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The Oklahoma ACES (Aerospace Commerce Economic Services) program recently celebrated the end of its first year and set plans for the future. Created under House
American Airlines is expanding the work conducted at the world’s largest commercial aviation base maintenance facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma (Tech Ops – Tulsa), resulting in
During the 2019 Paris Air Show, Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., announced an expansion of its Military Aftermarket Services in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma leaders joined Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. executives in Oklahoma City to unveil the first MQM-178 Firejet target drone aircraft produced at the
Cobham plc, a global aerospace company with headquarters in the UK and market leader in aerial refueling products and technologies, is opening a new facility
It’s been nearly a decade since NASA last launched an astronaut into space from U.S. soil. But a new space program is on the horizon
Editorial by Vince Howie, Aerospace & Defense Director In 2010, Boeing announced plans to move more than 500 jobs from Long Beach, Calif., to Oklahoma
Spirit AeroSystems announced the company plans to expand operations at its Tulsa, Okla., site by hiring about 250 employees and investing more than $80 million
With more than 1,100 aerospace entities operating in Oklahoma, including five military installations, the state’s extensive education system is working to ensure aerospace businesses have
Christie Cooper Myers is the Director of National Recruiting for the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. She is a native Oklahoman and alumni of the University
[Pictured above: U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe, U.S. Representative Steve Russell; Eric DeMarco, President & CEO of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions; Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin;
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