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PAMA member notice: Expired members and Board nominations!
AviationPros.com
Although several components are still under construction the site PAMA.org is now live. As some may already have learned PAMA's website had been hacked by one or many malicious sources. No data was accessed due to security measures. Many members are overdue for renewal because of this.

Expired members were emailed last week to notify them. One important note is that their data is not in the new site because of security. They need to sign in like a new member with a new user name and password. PAMA will then add their original Join date and Member number.

Members who have not expired have been imported into the system and will be receiving their new passwords. We thank all of you for your patience with the new website. We welcome any comments and suggestions on the new site!

PAMA will soon be taking nominations for several open positions on its Board of Directors. Please think of how you could help our organization by being a part of giving back to your industry as a PAMA Board member. Please express your interest by emailing info@pama.org.
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Bombardier opens MRO center in Singapore
Aviation Week
There are already maintenance, repair and overhaul companies in Asia Pacific doing airframe heavy checks on Bombardier aircraft, but the one in Singapore is the first in the region owned and operated by the aircraft manufacturer.
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Cascade Aerospace awarded C-130J Heavy Maintenance Center status by Lockheed Martin
Digital Journal
Cascade Aerospace Inc. announces that C-130 Hercules manufacturer Lockheed Martin recently executed an agreement that formalized Cascade as one of only two authorized Lockheed Martin C-130J Heavy Maintenance Centers in the world. With this new designation, Cascade is now dual-qualified as both a C-130 Hercules Service Center and C-130J HMC, making Cascade a company of choice for Hercules operators around the world.
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Bend's CV International wins $15.9 million Army contract for aircraft maintenance platforms
The Oregonian
CV International of Bend won a competitive bidding process to supply the Army with a universal aircraft maintenance platform, an elevated system that the Army says it will use to work on its fleet of helicopters and drones. CV International CEO Dan Warden said the Army seeks to simplify its maintenance systems, which currently vary according to aircraft type.
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Growing turbulence for the private aviation industry
Kennebec Journal
In the past several decades, the number of private and recreational pilots across the country has plummeted, as has the number of small aircraft being manufactured — trends that some say have been accelerated by increasingly strict federal regulations.
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Global aviation maintenance company tracks tools via RFID
RFID Journal
A global aviation maintenance repair and overhaul company is using an RFID-based system from Italian IT services firm NG Way to ensure that tools employed for aircraft maintenance remain visible in the tool-management system, whether in storage or in use. While the misplacing of a tool is a rare occurrence, it can also be an expensive one, causing aircraft maintenance to be delayed for days or weeks until the missing asset can be found.
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Researching 'super dust' and other materials that could reduce the cost of air and space travel
The Washington Post
Whether researching stronger, lighter materials for use in planes and spaceships or keeping squashed insects from sticking to airplane wings, Mia Siochi's work at NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia has the potential to improve aviation and save taxpayers millions of dollars.
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