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Allison J102

J102
Type Turbojet
Manufacturer Allison Engine Company
First run 1991

The Allison J102 was a turbojet engine developed as a supersonic missile engine by the Allison Engine Company.[1]

Operational history

The J102-100 is an axial flow turbojet that was first run in March 1991.[2] In 1997 it was being considered for use in a sea-skimming supersonic target for the United States Navy. .[2]

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