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Vector Aerospace’s Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, Mr. John MacDougall addresses the Huntsville media at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.


Vector Aerospace Hosts


Grand Opening Of Huntsville Business Office


Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services-North America (Vector) hosts the Grand Opening of its newest business office located in Huntsville, Alabama on April 29, 2010. The primary purpose of this new business office is to enable Vector to enhance the level of attention and service it provides to its U.S. Army customers in supporting U.S. Soldiers at home and abroad. "Vector has a long history of providing best-in-class mainte- nance, repair and overhaul sup- port to defense operators including the U.S. Army and


Navy, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Special Operations, the Canadian Department of Defense, the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense, Foreign Military Sales (FMS) operators and various international mili- taries," explains John MacDougall, senior vice-presi- dent, sales & marketing for Vector. "To ensure our ongoing ability to support to U.S. Army helicopter operators, we have established this location to fur- ther enhance our ability to be both responsive to increasing demands, and proactive to address new opportunities to support the Army’s unique heli- copter maintenance, repair and overhaul requirements.


John MacDougall, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing addresses the attendees at the opening ceremony.


Seth Hammett, Alabama’s Speaker of the House welcomes Vector Aerospace to Huntsville.


Media outlets from throughout the region, to include RPMN’s Lyn Burks were on hand for the announcement.


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John MacDougall cuts the ribbon, officially opening Vector Aerospace’s Huntsville, Alabama business office.


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