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Above: Unmanned experimental aircraft at the Yuma, Arizona Proofing Grounds Below: Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite test fires a Maverick air-to-surface guided missle during recent armament excersises Photos: Courtesy of Kaman Aerospace


TRUE TO ITS ROOTS, THE KAMAN CORPORATION STILL HAS ITS HEADQUARTERS IN BLOOMFIELD, CT


worldwide (Kaman Website, n.d.). One of its subsidiary groups, Kaman Aerospace, is a leader in specialty bearings, composite components and sensors for some of the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers and the mil- itary. True to its roots, the Kaman Corporation still has its headquarters in Bloomfield, CT and Kaman Aerospace has a Helicopter Division that manufactures and supports the Seasprite and K-Max platforms. Driven by an undying determination, Charles Kaman and the com- pany he founded persevered against insuperable odds. His resolve allowed him to successfully develop the innovative servo-flap control system and perfect the intermeshing rotor head. Both of which are trademarks of


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