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  • 4 years ago the Air Force, who uses huge amounts of jet fuel, experimented with a synthetic jet fuel out at Dryden in Nevada on a test B-52. To date I have yet to see just how it worked out. If a military engine, like a F-110, can burn the stuff there’s no reason a C-6 can’t burn it as well. And if the military can burn it then there’s no reason the civilian airliner market can’t.

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