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Roger Wassmuth has joined Unical Aviation Inc. to lead and expand its newly formed Military Division. As vice president, Military

Division, Wassmuth is responsible for developing and implementing a strategy that will drive sales and fuel aggressive growth. In

addition to leading the organization, key areas of focus will include establishing partnerships, license and distribution agreements, and sustainment and repair programs. Under Wassmuth’s leadership, Unical has already signed multiple license agreements with United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS), most recently for key F-16 systems and components. “Roger’s vision, enthusiasm and track record of success

are second-to-none,” says company founder and president Han Tan. “We are pleased to welcome him and know he will play a key role in advancing our vision as the premier aerospace provider to the global market.”

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Wassmuth’s background includes 35 years of military and commercial aerospace experience, starting with the U.S. Navy and, later, the U.S. Air Force Air National Guard. He joined Kaman Aerospace Corporation in 1984 and most recently led business and strategic alignment initiatives for the Power Controls & Sensing Systems military organization at United Technologies Aerospace Systems. Throughout his career, Wassmuth has held positions of increasing responsibility in business development, customer support, program management and new aircraft entry-into-service programs. Wassmuth holds a bachelor’s of science degree in

professional aeronautics and master’s degree in aerospace management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. For more information, visit


LYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd customer, First Air, is adding FLYHTStream’s automatically triggered, real-time data and live black box streaming capability to its current fl eet of 21 B737, ATR and B767 aircraft. Headquartered in Kanata, Ontario, First Air operates throughout the Canadian Arctic in some of the harshest conditions on Earth, and as a result is continually striving to fi nd ways to improve the safety and operational effi ciency of the airline. Enabling FLYHTStream raises the standard of tracking and automated alerting that is unsurpassed in the industry. Brock Friesen, president and CEO of

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