Arc Machines (AMI) in Pacoima, Ca. has long been a market leader in the field of orbital welding. Beginning with the Model 107 fusion tube welder in 1979, and the Model 207 in 1989, AMI set the industry standard for reliable commercial orbital fusion welding systems for over 30 years. Because of their simple robust designs, ease of use, and ability to consistently deliver quality welds, AMI has owned the lion’s share of the orbital welding market.
Majestic Fire Inc. aka Majestic Fire Protection announces today the selection of Koninklijke Philips N.V. (commonly known as Philips) HeartStart External Defibrillators as the preferred Automated External Portable Defibrillator (AED) for businesses, personal and Home Health Care use. Majestic Fire Protection enters the market to sell and rent AED units to accelerate the distribution of life saving technology in the workplace, at home and in public spaces.
Leading aircraft parts supplier AeroBase today announced the company experienced massive growth during 2014, and expects that trend to continue through 2015 due in large part to the many key partnerships the company has throughout the aerospace community.
A new arm of ARK Aerospace has been implemented in order to handle surplus electronic components distribution on the East and West coasts of America. IC-Components, LLC an ARK Aerospace company is headed by Michael Silver who plans to allow ARK Aerospace to handle its own civil aviation component business independently. The merger lends more than $4 million in surplus electronic components inventory to the burgeoning marketplace.
According to Dale D. Buss, Staff Editor at Area Development magazine, there has been a geographic reshaping of a U.S. aerospace industry that is enjoying its biggest expansionary era in many years. "Three years ago it looked like everything was heading to China," Kevin Michaels, aviation consultant for ICF, told IndustryWeek. "Now that's changed…The U.S. at this point in time has become the hot spot in aerospace manufacturing." Seattle-based Boeing and Europe-based Airbus are the big players in global aerospace manufacturing, so their strategies and activities outline the new boom in the industry in America.
HQ Florida, a full service helicopter company, is now facilitating their customer to get aerial photography and videography services at competitive prices. With their team of dedicated pilots who are known nationwide for their extensive aerial photography and videography experience, the company aims at providing top notch quality services to the individual needs of each customer. HQ makes use of their diverse fleet of R22, R44, R66, Bell 206 and EC120 helicopters at their customer's request.
For many people, flying a helicopter is a lifelong dream that feels unattainable; however, HQ Florida can turn that dream into reality. HQ Florida is a reputable helicopter company where aspiring pilots can receive various types of Flight Instruction (PPL, CPL, IR, CFI, CFII, and ATP) to suit a student's individual needs and desires. Not only is the company well recognized for offering superior flight instruction, but also helicopter tours, Robinson Service and Overhaul, Ariel Photography & Videography and much more.
Two aviation experts with over 25 years of joint experience in commercial and VIP aviation have launched a new online cabin crew magazine. Cabin Crew Excellence has quickly become a leading aviation magazine for cabin crew members and people wishing to join the industry.
A team at MIT are currently working on creating spacesuits made of stretchy material which shrink to fit astronaut's bodies. The technology could potentially be used in the military if it were to progress swiftly in its development, bearing in mind that it is currently in its infancy. This development follows a recent stream of product designs inspired by the basic premise of shrink-wrapping which is to speedily package a product to be airtight. The idea is now being researched to be applied on a global scale in commerce as monolithic as the aerospace and arms industry, albeit using different materials to the traditional polymer plastic films which are popularly used in machines such as LSealers.
LoPresti does it again. The new BoomBeam for the Citation Mustang, (CJ and M2 also), is a ground breaking advance in lighting technology. "We wanted to make a kit that blew the doors off of anything else on the market. This new set up does just that. This kit is simple and fast to install but uses the most advanced optics we have ever designed," says Tyler Wheeler, CEO of LoPresti Aviation.
Moventor Oy, a Finnish manufacturer of friction measurement tools and airport equipment is proud to introduce the Skiddometer BV 11, a friction testing unit which can be used across both military as well as civil operations.
HQ offers full helicopter maintenance services in Florida. To ensure maintenance of the highest standards, the company enables the services of qualified professionals with a diverse background in aviation. Customers are also offered warranty on all their services. Individuals can count on the maintenance services provided by the company as their overhauled aircrafts are seen in helicopter shows worldwide.
Flying a helicopter requires expert knowledge and skills. So to provide specialized knowledge of flying helicopters, HQ, a full service helicopter company, offers helicopter training in Florida. Availing their helicopter flying lessons can assist the individuals in becoming the perfect pilot. The flight training lessons that the company provides to its students is carried out by experienced instructors who have thousands of flight hours.
DELTA WORLD CHARTER (the "Company"),in cooperation with its partners MENA Aviation and Iraqi Airways, successfully operated its first 747-200F cargo charter to Iraq on April 22, 2015.The flight was operated on behalf of Delta World Charter (DWC) customer 'Global Service Solution FZE'.General cargo was delivered to Sulaymaniyah and DGR freight co-loaded at the last minute on the empty leg sector back to Sharjah.
(MLER), Moller International (the Company) has agreed to begin beta production of the Neuera and its Firefly derivative. These unique aircraft, generically referred to as volantors, can take-off and land vertically and are small enough to fit in a single car garage.
Micro Drone Vision, a Florida based drone training academy, has joined hands with 'Sun N Fun', a non-profit organization, to organize an unmanned aerial system (UAS) exhibition event this month. The event, named as 'SUN 'n FUN International Fly-In & Expo – 2015' will be held from 21st to 26th of April at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Florida. The experimental aircraft aviation show is believed to attract over 185,000 people and many well-known flight squadrons, including the Blue Angles.
ETC International College now accepts enrollment for their Aviation English program. The courses have the role of teaching pilots, engineers and aviation professionals how to read, understand and produce documents written in English. The lessons also help those seeking a career in aviation communicate with their colleagues in English. The importance of clear communication in this niche is instrumental to safety, particularly nowadays when the airports and air spaces have become busier.
Rocketstar, LLC, rocket engine company based in New York City, is currently developing a new generation of rocket engines, beginning with an aerospike engine intended to democratize space and unlock its promise of the future by creating a cost-effective, reusable, reliable, environmentally friendly and highly cost effective rocket engine.
Established in 1938, Monmouth Jet Center is the most chosen hub for its convenient location and non-existent delays when landing or taking off. The company has now announced a special offer i.e. $10 worth lunch voucher for active duty military landing at Monmouth from Runway 34 restaurant.
The recent crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 has prompted widespread debate on whether the medical records of airplane pilots should be disclosed to their employers, or even to the public.
An extraordinary and even historic agreement was reached on April 2, 2015. There was a successful conclusion to the negotiations and an Extraordinary Agreement has been reached between Iran and the P5+1 Block. This long awaited agreement will allow Iran and other nations to work towards Iran's peaceful nuclear development and is a step towards furthering world peace.
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Centuries of anthropological data will reveal the importance of bodies of waters on the development, sustenance and evolution of human civilizations. The Romans, Egyptians and Indian heritages have flourished due to the availability of marine trade and ship industries. Consequently, the same concept applies today and this is seen most evidently in the Asia-Pacific region. Being the gateway to India, Australia and the American continent and sitting at the apex of the biologically rich coral triangle, the Asia-Pacific region is projected to be the largest maritime border and security market in the next 10 years. Because of this, government officials, companies and even private citizens around the region should be informed of the ways by which they can participate in strengthening the naval defence of their respective countries. To accomplish this, concerned stakeholders are advised to participate in a maritime conference and no better event can provide pertinent naval security information than the IMDEX Asia-Pacific 2015.
With so many conflicts around the world, the needs of the US Government Department of Defense continue to grow.
JKI (John Kettler Investigates), a site dedicated to investigating, via highly sensitive military-intelligence sources and solid research, what's really going on here and abroad, revealed today that Russian forces have used tactical nuclear weapons inside Ukraine. US radiological testing and chemical testing done via air samples captured over the Black Sea, together with other intel, confirm that Russia detonated at least two 240 mm nuclear projectiles, each 3 kiloton mortar bomb possessing approximately 20% the destructive capability of the A-Bomb used at Hiroshima.