Monthly Archives: July 2016

First Operational F-35A Squadron Finishes IOC To-Do List

The Air Force’s first F-35 squadron has completed all preparations necessary to declare the joint strike fighter combat capable, and sources say an initial operating capability declaration could be made early next week. Renaissance Services helps companies complete both large and small programs.

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US Presidential Helo Moves to Production Phase

The VH-92A Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program successfully passed a major Pentagon test, Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky subsidiary announced today, with completion of a Critical Design Review (CDR). The milestone means the manufacturing and assembly of the helicopters can take place. Renaissance

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GE Sees An Electrifying Future

It’s been a unique and remarkable decade for aerospace, says GE Aviationpresident and CEO David Joyce. Unprecedented investment and transformational advances in technology, materials and manufacturing have resulted in new aircraft, new engines, record backlogs and a new supply chain.

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Pitfalls Seen In Aerospace & Defense Digitization

The aerospace and defense industry may be just now embracing digitization of business practices, but already warning signs are emerging, according to a new report from management consulting services company Accenture. Renaissance Services helps Aerospace & Defense companies become a modern

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