Total Members Voted: 47
Voting closed: 12/02/2021 08:39 pm
And the winner was H2 2022.
It's a bit of a paradox, isn't it? They've received the engines, and should the qualification tests on other engines go well, then the ones they received were flight-ready all along and the day those engines were received is the day ULA got flight-ready engines. But if the qualification tests fail, then suddenly these aren't flight-ready engines and ULA never received any.