Aerospace Pathways Program Expands to Tooele

Jason Lee | KSL News - October 3, 2019

Oct 3, 2019
When Makayla Lear, 17, began her senior year at the Community Learning Center at Blue Peak High School in Tooele, she enrolled in the engineering and manufacturing curriculum with an eye on one day going into biomedical engineering to design prosthetics. But, as talented young people do sometimes, she found another area of interest that became available at her school — aerospace and composites manufacturing — and signed up for it, too. “I hope to.... Read More
Aerospace Pathways Program Expands to Tooele

When Makayla Lear, 17, began her senior year at the Community Learning Center at Blue Peak High School in Tooele, she enrolled in the engineering and manufacturing curriculum with an eye on one day going into biomedical engineering to design prosthetics. But, as talented young people do sometimes, she found another area of interest that […]

HAFB Part of Innovation Group Nominated for Award

Air Force Sustainment Center News - October 1, 2019

Oct 1, 2019
Air Force Material Command is recognizing the Air Force Sustainment Center Innovation Center Team for their many applications of technological advances by nominating the team for the national Gears of Government Award. “These guys are doing incredible things every day with this technology,” said Lt. Col. Christopher Blackwell, director of AFSC Innovation Centers. “It is exciting to see. I really think this is a strong candidate to go far.” The Gears of Government Award recognizes.... Read More
HAFB Part of Innovation Group Nominated for Award

The Rapid Engineering of Composites, Low observables and Innovative Materials Lab at Hill Air Force Base, along with others, has saved the Air Force millions of dollars through reverse engineering and the 3D printing of parts, tooling and even prototype circuit boards.

Utah’s Growing Aerospace & Defense Industry

GOED/ Utah Policy - September 22, 2019

Sep 22, 2019
Utah’s Aerospace and Defense industry is big business. The state’s aerospace industry accounts for approximately 944 establishments and 31,390 jobs and is projected to grow by 2 percent per year over the next decade. Companies like Albany Engineered Composites, BAE Systems, Boeing, L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman proudly call Utah home. Utah excels in the core aerospace and defense competencies including design, composites manufacturing, software and control systems, sophisticated testing, and repair and.... Read More
Utah’s Growing Aerospace & Defense Industry

Utah’s Aerospace and Defense industry is big business. The state’s aerospace industry accounts for approximately 944 establishments and 31,390 jobs and is projected to grow by 2 percent per year over the next decade.