Sustainability And Soy: Guided By Precision Ag | PrecisionAg.
While attending the Heli-Expo in Anaheim California, Kawak Aviation received a very warm thank you from our long time, outstanding customer McDermott Aviation. As always we appreciate them taking the time to acknowledge us!
Excellent article in PrecistionAG, January 28, 2014 Variable Rate Success Makes Precision Programs ‘Stick’ | PrecisionAg.
Kawak Aviation will be attending the 2014Heli-Expo Next week in Sunny Anaheim California. We are looking forward to connecting with old friends and customers and meeting new ones. We will take this opportunity to announce our collaborative efforts with SEI Industries, makers of Bambi Buckets and other top helicopter firefighting equipment. Kawak Aviation will be […]
Contact: Pete Tel 541-385-5051 Fax 541-617-9857 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.kawakaviation.com KAWAK AVIATION EARNS STC FOR THE NEW THRUSH T3 THROTTLE QUADRANT Bend, Oregon September, 2013 –– The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) #SA02266SE to Kawak Aviation Technologies, Inc. for the development of its newly amended T3 Throttle Quadrant for use […]
Contact: Karla Cross FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel 541-385-5051 Fax 541-617-9857 E-mail: email@example.com www.kawakaviation.com Bend, Oregon – February 11, 2014 – Kawak Aviation Technologies, Inc., in partnership with SEI Industries, Ltd. of British Columbia, Canada, proudly announces the collaborative development and integration of Kawak’s high capacity refill pump in the SEI produced helicopter firefighting buckets requiring […]
On a Wing and a Dare Pilotless aircraft monitor the environment By Nick Houtman The Vapor, built by Pulse Aerospace of Lakewood, Colorado, can fly as high as 15,000 feet and be flown autonomously or under the control of a ground-based pilot. In a trial run near Corvallis, Michael Wing used the unmanned aerial system […]
Bat Wings and Butterflies Light-as-a-feather, fiber-reinforced carbon composites give Roberto Albertani an edge in designing unusual aircraft: micro air vehicles that you can hold in the palm of your hand. Such fliers could respond to disasters inside buildings or collect data under tree canopies. To design them, the OSU mechanical engineer studies how they interact […]
McDermott via McDermott Aviation – Bell 214 B1 Fire Fighting capabilities – YouTube.
First unmanned F-16 flight tested — Defense Systems. The U.S. Air Force conducted the first test flight of an unmanned F-16 fighter configured as a future aerial target. The hour-long test flight on Sept. 19, 2013, was conducted by the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., as part of a two-year […]