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Assembly A&P Nat Umstead working on an MD 500 Horizontal Stabilizer.


BOOTH C6754


is that approximately 20 percent of its workforce consists of military veterans.


The net result of this positive attitude towards the teams performing the work has paid off through a workforce with an esprit de corps that is palpable on the shop floor. During our visit we saw groups of people outside playing games during breaks, and morale seemed to be high among the teams. Not even I was immune from the ribbing as I made my rounds to the workstations to meet people and learn what they do. One of the gents running a press pulled me aside and jokingly said, “Make sure you tell my boss that I behaved and wasn’t joking around.”


Fun and family extends beyond the borders of work as the company does extra little things to promote camaraderie. Sometimes it will offer to take employees (and family members) on a ride in one of the company’s helicopters. It also has a co-ed softball team, and it even offers an annual family whitewater rafting trip. Who wouldn’t love that?


TECHNISONIC NEW


TDAP-611


• Single user analog audio panel • Expanded 8 transceiver + PA and simulcast capability • Separate Crew/Cabin ICS loop support with integrated mode selection • Pilot, Copilot and 5 stations supported • Pin compatible with the A711L


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