IB Times: Chinese Man Charged With Trying To Take Stolen US Military Documents To China

Yu Long, a Chinese national and a former resident of Connecticut, has been charged with trying to take confidential U.S. military documents to China. The man, who was a former employee of a military contractor, has claimed that he worked on F135 engines used in U.S. fighter jets.

Yu was on his way to China last month from New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport when customs officers discovered proprietary documents in his luggage, including equations and test results used to develop titanium for U.S. military aircraft, Reuters reported, adding that Yu was arrested two days later in Ithaca, New York.

Yu, who worked as a senior engineer for a Connecticut defense contractor between 2008 and earlier this year, reportedly said that he had experience in working on the F119 and F135 engines, which are manufactured by Hartford, Connecticut-based United Technologies and used in U.S. military planes…

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