At a time when the U.S. was not even fully
replacing its aircraft losses in Korea, Pratt & Whitney last week let
out an amazing fact. The big enginemaker said it was starting to cut
production workers back from a 48-hour to 44-and 40-hour weeks.
Reason: the Pentagon had suggested it because of the stretch-out.
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