The Big Ass Fans LED Bay Light Helps Work Space Visibility

With more LEDs than any Big Ass Light before, and a module that directs light where it’s needed, Big Ass Fans says their LED Bay Light will literally transform the way work space is viewed. Big Ass says their LED Bay Light contributes to productivity and visual appeal in the work environment. Durable and sleek,…

Big Ass Fans Introduces Pivot 2.0

Tight workspaces, crowded floors and ceiling areas make it difficult to get cooling airflow to workers who need it. Big Ass Fans is offering comfort to these hard-to-reach work areas with the Big Ass Fans Pivot 2.0. This fan has a virtually infinite number of speeds and versatile mounting options, according to the company, giving…

Field Aerospace Successfully Completes First Flight of Modified USAF T-1A

Field Aerospace completed the first flight of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) T-1A aircraft with the modernized flight deck on Friday, March 22. The first fully modified Combat System Officer (CSO) aircraft flew two successful consecutive check flights from Field Aerospace’s Oklahoma City facility. Last spring, the USAF awarded Field Aerospace a contract to modernize…

Kaman Memory Highlights Kaman SATA Card

The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, Inc. highlights the Kaman SATA Card, a rugged hermetically sealed card featuring a conveniently small form factor and high memory density. Guaranteed to withstand operations in extreme environments, the Kaman SATA Card is compliant to MIL-STD-461F and is ideal for fighter aircraft, helicopters, and ground Army applications. The…

AAR Awarded New Additional Worldwide Aviation Support Services Site

AAR received notification from the Department of State awarding the company a new site under the Worldwide Aviation Support Services (WASS) program. Under the task order, the new site in Costa Rica will provide host nation aviation training. “The WASS program continues to perform very well, and we are excited to expand our support of…

A Revised Event Manual for Aerospace Maintenance Competition is Out

The Aerospace Maintenance Council’s Aerospace Maintenance Competition (AMC) presented by Snap-on will take place April 8-11, 2019 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The Event Manual—a compilation of everything competitors need to know—now includes new event criteria, team number assignments and the competition layout. Download it now, and refer to the Record of…

Rotary to Airline Convention Set for April 13/14

Rotary to Airline Group (RTAG) is a veteran-run not-for-profit organization designed to help connect transitioning military pilots and maintenance personnel with potential employers. Erik Sabiston, president and founder, says their first event of 2019 will have more than “10,000 square feet of event space hosted right outside the gates of the historic 101st Airborne division.”…

Rolls-Royce Prepares for Expansion in Indianapolis

According to a report in Inside Indiana Business, Rolls-Royce announced a planned expansion to their engine production in Indianapolis. The expansion would accommodate building new engines for the U.S. Air Force, should they win the contract. The manufacturer already has a presence there and says if it is chosen for the B-52 re-engining program, it…