Russia’s involvement in the Ukrainian crisis for the Crimean Peninsula has launched one of the Eastern European nation’s neighbors into a massive, precautionary defense spending spree. Poland announced in February 2015 that they will undergo a military modernization worth approximately USD$42 billion over the next decade. In the face of Russian aggression, including a simulated attack on Poland by the Russian army in 2009 and frequent (over 100 in 2014) Russian test flights close to the NATO and EU borders, Poland will procure a number of new weapons and defense systems including missile shields, anti-aircraft technology, armored carriers, submarines, and combat drones. This new allocation increases Poland’s spending to 2% of gross domestic product, in line with NATO’s spending recommendation.


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In February 2015, the multinational consortium, EuroJet was awarded a 3-year contract by the NATO Eurofighter & Tornado Management Agency. This 3-year contract calls for the continuation of support services for the EJ200 turbofan engine that is used to power the Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role combat aircraft. This contract is the sixth operational phase contract and will cover engine support for the Typhoon Program in four core nations: Germany, Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom.


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On January 27, 2015, the American telecommunications equipment company, Harris Corporation, was awarded a contract by the US Air National Guard to provide integrated tactical and land mobile radio communication systems. These communication systems include a five-channel vehicle communication system that will play a big role in ground-to-air correspondence in situations such as wartime, domestic emergency responses, and natural disasters. In addition to providing hardware to the US Air National Guard, the contract also calls for Harris Corporation to cover installation, training, and continuous service and support.


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Ingersoll Rand Co. Began their journey in 1871. They began under Ingersoll Rock Drill Company is formed and later merged with a Sergeant Drill company in 1888 to from Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company. Finally, in 1905 they merged with the Rand Drill Company to form the current Ingersoll Rand Company. One year later they were listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol IR. Along the years they have acquired over 20 companies. They operate 67 plants worldwide and have their headquarters located in Davidson, North Carolina, United States. The current CEO of Ingersoll Rand is Michael W. Lamach. He received a Bachelor of Engineering from Michigan State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Duke University School of Business. As of December 2013 they were looking at revenues exceeding $12,350 million dollars and their stock can currently be purchased at $59.60 per share. Ingersoll Rand Co. Focuses on improving comfort and quality of air in homes and buildings, transportations of perishable items, and increasing overall productivity and efficiency. With over one hundred years in the business, it’s no wonder they are a company’s customers have learned to trust. They have multiple brands and subsidiaries which include:


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Aerofit, LLC was founded in 1968 by Robert F. Peterjohn. The company began its legacy with a single Clausing engine lathe, which is a part that is used to rotate a tool used particularly for an engine. Over the years, their product line has grown. The machining of products and the finishing of most products is done in house. Aerofit Products and APT, a hydro-mechanical testing laboratory established in 1972, remained in the Peterjohn family until 2004. That year Aerofit was sold to Jordan Law and Dave Werner. The company currently resides in Fullerton, California in a 67,000 square ft. building.


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OMEGA Engineering Inc. was founded in 1962. Their success began with manufacturing thermocouples, which is a temperature regulating device typically found on devices like thermostats, gas powered appliances, flame sensors and more.  Today OMEGA offers over 100,000 products used to regulate such things as humidity, pressure, flow, and pH levels. OMEGA products can be applied to a multitude of industries, which includes the automation, environmental, process control, test and measurement, lab equipment, wireless industries and more. Products are calibrated and tested in a quality control test center. In order to satisfy customer needs, they have received an ISO9001 Quality certification. They also offer an above standard warranty with a “Loaner Program” which allows them to send customers replacement products while their device is being serviced and no cost for 1year.


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C&D Aerospace Competence : C&D Aerospace is a leading manufacturer of cabin interiors. In 2005 they were acquired by Zodiac Aerospace. Zodiac Aerospace is a leading distributor in equipment and other systems for commercial and business aircraft and this includes helicopters. A primary focus of theirs is also aircraft safety.  Zodiac Aerospace cabin and structures division is global business that is determined to have the most innovative, safe, modern and comfortable interiors to provide an enjoyable flying experience for their customers. Zodiac Aerospace Cabin and Structured division currently have over 6,000 people employed worldwide. When it comes to cabin structures their philosophy is driven around increasing reliability, simple installation, baggage space and using lightweight materials.


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