Ohio Aerospace Day 2019

Columbus, Ohio – What do the Wright Brothers, John Glenn, Neil Armstrong, and Aerospace Maintenance Solutions (AMS) have in common? They are all part of Ohio aerospace and aviation community.

AMS attended the 2019 Ohio Aerospace Day, which focused on growing and improving the state’s multi-billion-dollar aerospace industry. The one-day event brings together the Ohio Aerospace and Aviation Technology Committee, Ohio Aerospace Institute, JobsOhio, state government representatives, private companies like AMS, and military leaders from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and other Ohio bases. All persons involved share a common and unified strategy to put Ohio in a position to create an aerospace ecosystem that provide best-of-class services to aerospace OEM and MRO operations around the world.

Ohio’s aerospace industry, university network, NASA, and the Department of Defense are leading the nation in avionics, propulsion systems, advanced materials, and unmanned air vehicle testing. Ohio is also creating an aerospace MRO Center of Excellence that will serve military, public aviation safety, and commercial customers in the U.S. and other countries.

The event took place at the Ohio Statehouse Atrium in Columbus, Ohio.

For more information about AMS, visit http://aerospacellc.com .

AMS Exhibits at 2018 Farnborough Air Show

Chesterland, OH – As part of the USA Partnership Pavilion, Aerospace Maintenance Solutions, LLC (AMS) is exhibiting at the 2018 Farnborough International Air Show. The show starts July 16 and ends July 22 at the Farnborough Airport, United Kingdom. AMS’s exhibit is located in booth 2588.

 

Among the repair and overhaul capabilities being promoted at the booth are several components of AIM-9 weapon systems for F-16 fighter jets. Many of the 52 countries represented at the Farnborough International Air Show use AIM-9 weapon systems.

 

Current Sidewinder capabilities supported by AMS include electrical and electronic repairs to power supplies, data bus interfaces, and the Sidewinder’s launch rail.  AMS technicians are trained, skilled, and knowledgeable of the use of data bus analyzers and other support equipment needed to troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair AIM-9 component units.

 

AMS maintains current technical data and standard operating procedure revisions required for AIM-9 maintenance, repair and overhaul. Test and maintenance procedures are validated and maintained within our AS9110 processes.

 

AIM-9 products received by AMS comply with ITAR and government regulations concerning weapon systems. Capabilities also include countermeasures, fire control systems, stores management panels and other weapon system components.

 

For more information, visit: https://www.farnboroughinternational.org and http://aerospacellc.com/products/lockheed-martin-f-16 .