Compared to General Electronics, many of Pratt & Witney's engines are used for more advanced TSFs, starting from the 2nd generation F-16 Fighting Falcon. P. & W. engines are also seldom used by foreign manufacturers in their TSFs, in contrast with the overseas proliferation of G.E. engines by means of exported TSFs and their derivative designs.
- Engine model used for the Jump Units of the F-16 Fighting Falcon and the Lavi, the F-16's sister unit. The engine design used for its' other derivative designs are unknown.
- Engine model used for the Jump Units of the F-15 Eagle. No distinction has been made in engine type between the F-15A/B and F-15C/D.
- Engine model used for the Jump Units of the F-15E Strike Eagle.
- Engine model used for the Jump Units of the F-15 ACTV Active Eagle.
- An engine model first tested on YF-22 X22YX, YF-22 Prototype Unit 1, and PAV-2 "Grey Ghost", YF-23 Prototype Unit 2. At the conclusion of the ATSF Program, it was selected over its competitor model, General Electronics' YFE120-GE-100, which was equipped on the YF-22 Prototype Unit 2, to become the basis for the F-22A Raptor's engine system.
- Mass-production model developed from the YFE119-PW-10, the FE-119-PW-100 is used on both the F-22A Raptor EMD Phase2 and the F-22A Raptor.
- Engine model used for the F-35 Lightning II.
- Like the vast majority of Muv-Luv's military equipment manufacturers, Pratts and Witney is based off the real-world Pratt & Whitney corporation.