raft technicians ready to deploy for urgent customer-service requirements in the Americas. Jet Aviation expands the company’s Aerospace portfolio as a provider of business aviation services, offering services and a network of facilities to aircraft owners and operators. With employees across approximately 25 airport facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America, the company’s service offerings include maintenance, repair, aircraft management, charter, fixed-base operations (FBO) and staffing services. The company expanded its service network in Europe and the Bahamas, began construction on a major FBO expansion in Bedford, Massachusetts, and are on schedule to have a new maintenance facility in Macau operational in 2016. In addition to these capabilities, Jet Aviation offers custom complex completions for business-jet and single- and double-aisle aircraft from its Basel, Switzerland, and St. Louis, Missouri, operations. To support the increasing demand for corporate and VIP aircraft interiors and the company’s improving backlog, it expanded the company’s production capacity at the Basel facility. This business group is focused on developing first-to-market technologies and products; providing exemplary service to customers worldwide; and driving efficiencies in the aircraft production, outfitting and service processes. Combat Systems This business group offers a spectrum of combat vehicles, weapons systems, and munitions for the United States and its allies worldwide. The company delivers design, development, production, modernization and sustainment services. Consisted of three business units, such as European Land Systems, Land Systems and Ordnance and Tactical Systems, this business group’s product lines include wheeled combat and tactical vehicles; main battle tanks and tracked combat vehicles; weapons systems, armament and munitions; and maintenance and logistics support and sustainment services. Wheeled Combat and Tactical Vehicles: The 8-wheeled, medium-weight Stryker combat vehicle, which has 10 variants, has proven itself as a versatile vehicle in the U.S. Army’s fleet, combining survivability and maneuverability into a deployable and responsive combat support vehicle. The Army is planning to convert all nine of its Stryker Brigade Combat Teams to the double-V-hulled configuration, which improves protection for soldiers from threats, such as improvised explosive devices (IEDs). In response to customer needs driven by a threat environment, the company is working with the Army to increase the lethality of the Stryker vehicle with the addition of a 30-millimeter gun system. This business group has a major position in light armored vehicles with approximately 10,000 vehicles delivered worldwide. The company offers advanced technologies combined with combat-proven survivability. The company has delivered various high-mobility Pandur and Piranha armored vehicles. The Pandur family of vehicles serves as a common platform for various armament and equipment configurations, and the Piranha is a multi-role vehicle suited for various combat operations. In 2015, the Danish Ministry of Defence selected the Piranha as its new armored personnel carrier, and the company signed an agreement with the Spanish Ministry of Defense for extensive technological trials of the Piranha 5 vehicle for the Spanish Army’s future 8x8 armored infantry fighting vehicle. Tactical vehicles offered by this business group include the Flyer family of vehicles, a modular vehicle built for speed and mobility that allows access to previously denied terrain in demanding environments. The company is delivering the Flyer 60 and Flyer 72 to the U.S. Special Operations Command for the Internally Transportable Vehicle (ITV) and Ground Mobility Vehicle programs. Outside the United States, the Duro and Eagle tactical vehicle families offer a range of options in the 6- to 15-ton weight class. This business group’s family of route clearance vehicles, including the Buffalo, Cougar, and RG-31 vehicles, is at the forefront of blast- and ballistic-protected technologies. These vehicles are designed primarily to prot
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