03 Mar 23. Eurocae invites applicants for Technical Programme Manager including AAM/UAS/VTOL. EUROCAE is hiring a Technical Programme Manager who will be responsible for managing and executing the Technical Work Programme, collaborating and supporting our governing bodies, and assisting in the management of EUROCAE’s activities. This job plays a role in contributing to the development of new standards for aviation including standards development in the domains of AAM/UAS/VTOL.
The responsibilities allocated to this position cover the following main areas:
Managing and executing the EUROCAE Technical Work Programme
Managing a number of WGs in line with EUROCAE’s established procedures and providing proactive services to WGs to ensure the high quality of deliverables and their timely publication, in close cooperation with the leadership of the WGs
- Editing of EUROCAE Documents (EDs) and other deliverables for publication
- Establishing and maintaining effective relations with relevant organisations in the industry, service providers, institutions and associations in Europe and beyond
- Maintaining awareness on technological, economic and political developments affecting the aviation standardisation sector
- Ensuring appropriate record keeping in compliance with reporting requirements, to facilitate the accurate tracking of work progress
- Driving the further development of EUROCAE’s Technical Work Programme with regards to the specific portfolio(s) covered.
Collaborating with and supporting the governing bodies in technical matters
- The EUROCAE Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) which is advising the Council on technical, operational and on policy matters
- The EUROCAE Council related to the Technical Work Programme: preparing for Council meetings, contributing to the development and delivery of EUROCAE’s Technical Work Programme
Assisting in the management of EUROCAE’s technical activities:
- Contributing to ongoing improvements of efficiency and effectiveness of EUROCAE’s standard-making processes
- Attending and representing EUROCAE at seminars and conferences on relevant aviation matters to report on and promote EUROCAE’s activities
- Preparing and organising or contributing to specific EUROCAE events, such as EUROCAE Symposium, workshops and other events as necessary
- Assisting the Director General in other matters, as necessary.
Please send your application, indicating “Candidacy TPM2023” in the subject line, to .
Reference: EUROCAE TPM2023 (Source: www.unmannedairspace.info)
01 Mar 23. Altitude Angel invites applicants for role of customer success manager. Unified Traffic Management (UTM) company Altitude Angel seeks a Customer Success Manager, based at the company’s Reading headquarters, to manage a key set of strategic relationships with a goal of driving customer success whilst also discovering new ways to unlock additional value for our customers using Altitude Angel Technology.
- Own primary customer relationships, developing strategic partnerships.
- Manage the ‘new customer’ onboarding process, conducting and leading the handover process, and assembling the right implementation team.
- Oversee the implementation process. Agree and plan the schedule and exceed customer objectives and success metrics.
- Transition customers from implementation to an in-life state, ensuring metrics and success goals have been achieved.
- Build a solid understanding of customers’ business strategies and objectives, offering innovative ideas of how Altitude Angel’s proposition can be integrated into their strategy.
- Identify, evaluate, and prioritise risk, developing proactive mitigation strategies.
- Manage customer renewals, working with the Sales team to ensure a documented and strategic renewal plan is created and achieved on time.
- Manage the customer support process via Live Agent, providing prompt and accurate technical support to users and customers. Manage issues that require escalation to other departments or specialists.
- Be the customer’s advocate within Altitude Angel, driving relationships and solving challenges, supported by the wider Altitude Angel team.
- Partner with our Strategic Marketing and Business Development teams to create and deliver targeted campaigns to drive customer growth
- Deliver high-level demonstrations of Altitude Angel’s offerings.
- Maintain and update all relevant customer and contact information in Microsoft Dynamics.
- Support and collaborate in providing customer insights, trends, and performance metrics for company and leadership meetings
- Maintain, update and enhance the Customer Success SharePoint site.
For more information visit: www.altitudeangel.com
03 Mar 23. Denmark UAS test centre seeks business developer to strengthen drone hub activities. Denmark UAS Test Center invites applicants for the role of business developer to further strengthen its position as one of the key drone hubs in Northern Europe. Tasks include marketing, communications and contact with existing and potential customers and clients. The role includes expanding and maintaining the customer portfolio, attracting new customers in the form of users of the centre’s facilities and contributing to external communication. The candidate will also be involved in various development activities and projects as appropriate. Application details here: https://www.odense.dk/job?VacancyId=43571
For more information visit: www.odense.dk (Source: www.unmannedairspace.info)
06 Mar 23. DroneShield seeks compliance office to join expanding team in Sydney. DroneShield is seeking a Compliance Officer to join the team in Sydney, Australia. The position will report to the Chief Operating Officer.
Required Skills and Experience:
- Oversight of insurance policies, including interaction with insurance brokers in Australia and the US
- Lodgement of ASX announcements
- Preparing and reviewing contracts with supervision from senior team members
- Management of Employment Visas
- Review of customer contracts
- Executing export compliance documentation
- Interfacing with external legal counsels across a range of areas
- A wide range of other commercial and legal tasks, such as negotiation and execution of global distributor contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and update to Company’s internal policies
Applications details here: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3494723607/
For more information visit: www.droneshield.com (Source: www.unmannedairspace.info)
08 Mar 23. New Arctic operations base for UK commandos. A new Arctic operations base will support Britain’s commandos for the next ten years as the UK underscores its commitment to security in the High North.
Newly-established Camp Viking in northern Norway will serve as the hub for Royal Marines Commandos as they continue to be the tip of the Arctic spear, the unit the UK turns to when it needs troops able to fight in cold weather extremes.
The commandos build on an Arctic warfare heritage going back to the Second World War but, with the re-emergence of the High North as a key theatre, they needed new facilities for a modern era.
The new purpose-built Camp Viking – located in the village of Øverbygd, about 40 miles south of Tromsø – can accommodate all personnel from the UK’s Littoral Response Group (LRG), the commando-led Royal Marines force which reacts to emerging crises in Europe.
The camp is strategically located next to a Norwegian Armed Forces base and near to the established air base at Bardufoss where the Commando Helicopter Force operates. The Commando Helicopter Force is the specialist aviation support for Royal Marines.
The camp’s location is ideal for deterring threats in the region and situated so the UK can respond rapidly if needed to protect NATO’s northern flank and its close ally, Norway.
Around 1,000 commandos have deployed to Camp Viking this winter as they exercise alongside Joint Expeditionary Force and NATO allies across the unforgiving environment. The commandos deploy annually to Norway for winter training.
Major Kirk Allen, Officer Commanding of the Winter Deployment, said: “As the UK Commando Forces’ ‘home’ in the High North for the next decade, ‘Camp Viking’ is the focal point for delivery of Mountain and Cold Weather Warfare training and, strategically placed as a Forward Operating Base to support NATO operations.
“Its use supports Littoral Response Group regional persistent engagement with key allies and partners as a collective conventional deterrent to adversaries.
“Capable of logistically sustaining an LRG of Royal Marines, sailors and soldiers, the location has great local training areas, is close to Sorreisa port for amphibious operations and can support the personnel, vehicles and equipment with its first-class facilities.
“Impressively, Norway continue to invest in the site and the capability will only increase in its potential to support Commando Forces and wider UK Defence.”
This year’s winter deployment sharpens commandos’ Arctic warfare skills – surviving, moving and fighting – building up to Exercise Joint Viking, which is part of the wider Exercise JEF Warrior, which sees UK personnel working closely with Norwegian and other partner forces.
At its heart Joint Viking is designed to demonstrate how Norway would defend itself in harsh winter conditions and its ability to operate efficiently with allies.
Joint Viking is part of the regular cycle of exercises in Norway, which takes place in between the large-scale Exercise Cold/Nordic Response.
Mountain Leader Colour Sergeant Peter Evans, the Winter Deployment’s Environmental Courses Chief Instructor, said: “The focus for Winter Deployment 23 is to train Commando Forces to operate in the High North.
“In turn this complements wider Royal Navy and Joint operational effects in the North Atlantic with forward deployed forces providing reassurance to NATO and JEF Allies through a bolstered presence between the UK, Norway, US Marines Corps, Slovenia and Royal Netherlands Marine Corps.
“This year’s force generation will achieve the integration of the next Littoral Response Group North which culminates in the multi-national NATO exercise, Joint Viking.” (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
08 Mar 23. First Israeli offshore patrol vessel for Cote d’Ivoire arrives home. Cote d’Ivoire has ordered two OPV-45 offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) from Israel and the first of these has been completed and has just arrived home.
In December 2020, Israel Shipyards began construction of two OPV-45 offshore patrol vessels for Cote d’Ivoire. At the time, Israel Shipyards did not reveal who the customer was, only saying the vessels would be delivered in the next two years.
The first vessel, Esperance (P2202), departed Haifa, Israel, on 10 February and was seen in Malta on the 13th, Las Palmas on the 20th, and Dakar, Senegal, on the 26th. She arrived in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, on 6 March, according to ship tracking data.
The OPV-45 design was launched at the IMDEX show in May 2019 as a cost-effective solution mainly for the export market, especially in the Asia-Pacific, Africa and South America. In September 2019 Israel Shipyards said it had sold two OPV-45s but did not announce the customer, but later announced a sale in the Gulf of Guinea region. The agreement includes ongoing support and training as well as the creation of a maintenance programme within the framework of the company’s Integration Logistic Support (ILS) services.
The OPV-45 design is 45.7 metres long, has a beam of 8.6 metres and displacement of 300 tons. It can accommodate between 16 and 21 crew, and has additional berth for up to 24 personnel. The vessel can carry a 7.2 metre rigid-hull inflatable boat (RHIB) in an automated launch-and-recovery system on the aft deck, which can also take 20 foot containerised modules for different missions.
Weapons options include stabilised naval gun systems of up to 30 mm on the foredeck and 12.7 mm machineguns elsewhere on the vessel. Israel Shipyards said the African customer’s vessels will be equipped with day/night observation systems as well as stabilized weapon systems, both Israeli-made.
It has been reported that MAN will provide the engines for the vessels under a contract for two MAN 16V175D-MM engines rated at 2 960 kW, as well as ALPHA FPP propellers with struts and Alphatronic 3000 propulsion control systems. The ships will be able to reach a top speed of 24 knots and an endurance of 3 000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
The OPV-45 has been designed for a wide range of naval, para-military and homeland security missions, including open sea patrol and surveillance, the protection of facilities and exclusive economic zones, anti-terror/smuggling/illegal activity interdiction, intervention force boarding/landing, close-range naval combat operations, and enhanced search and rescue missions. The OPV 45 can also be equipped for minimizing illegal immigration transits, fishing protection and control, and anti-pollution activities.
Cote d’Ivoire will also be receiving a single P400 patrol vessel as it overhauls and expands its navy. This was revealed by Vice Admiral N’Guessan Kouamé Célestin, Chief of Staff of the Ivory Coast Navy, in April 2022.
The P400 is most likely an ex-French naval vessel – the P400 class has an endurance of 15 days at sea and is fitted with a 2.5 tonne crane that can lift boats out of the water. Armament includes a 40 mm Bofors gun, a 20 mm F2 cannon and two AA-52 machineguns. The class was acquired by France in the early 1980s and subsequently retired. P400s have been sold to Kenya and Gabon. (Source: https://www.defenceweb.co.za/)
07 Mar 23. Boeing Begins MH-139A Grey Wolf Production.
– Deliveries to the U.S. Air Force are slated to begin in 2024
– The MH-139A will replace the UH-1N Huey, offering additional missile security for decades
Boeing [NYSE: BA] will begin production on the first 13 MH-139A Grey Wolf helicopters, following the award of a $285 m U.S. Air Force contract for aircraft, sustainment and support services.
“Advancing the program from testing and evaluation to production is a major step toward entering the MH-139 into service and providing the U.S. Air Force with additional missile security for decades,” said Azeem Khan, Boeing’s MH-139 program director. “We are working diligently to begin deliveries next year.”
The MH-139A’s enhanced capabilities allow it to accomplish missions more quickly, quietly and efficiently. With a 50 percent increase in speed and range, and an increase of 5,000 pounds max gross weight, the aircraft can execute the U.S. Air Force’s mission of protecting intercontinental ballistic missiles across the country.
The MH-139A team consists of Boeing, as the prime contractor, and Leonardo as an original equipment manufacturer. Leonardo produces the helicopter at its plant in northeast Philadelphia, while Boeing is responsible for military equipment procurement and installation and post-delivery support of the aircraft. By offering a proven AW-139 platform and integrating additional military capabilities into the MH-139A, the Boeing-Leonardo team provides the U.S. Air Force with the most capable product for the mission.
“My teammates at Leonardo, together with Boeing, are eager to continue our partnership and ensure the success of the MH-139A program,” said Clyde Woltman, CEO of Leonardo Helicopters U.S.
MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT
08 Mar 23. The Prime Minister has appointed Professor Dame Carol Propper and Professor Keith Ridgway to the Council for Science and Technology (CST). The Council advises the Prime Minister on strategic science and technology policy issues that cut across the responsibilities of individual government departments.
07 Mar 23. His Majesty The King has been pleased to approve the following appointments:
- Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP as Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero
- Rt Hon Michelle Donelan MP as Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology
- Rt Hon Kemi Badenoch MP as Secretary of State for Business and Trade. She remains as President of the Board of Trade, and Minister for Women and Equalities
- Rt Hon Lucy Frazer KC MP as Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport
- Rt Hon Greg Hands MP as Minister without Portfolio in the Cabinet Office
- Rt Hon Graham Stuart MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
- George Freeman MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
- Nigel Huddleston MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Business and Trade
- Nusrat Ghani MP as a Minister of State jointly in the Department for Business and Trade and the Cabinet Office
- Andrew Bowie MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
- Paul Scully MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
- Kevin Hollinrake MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Business and Trade
- Rt Hon Stuart Andrew MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Equalities) in the Department for Business and Trade
- Maria Caulfield MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Women) in the Department for Business and Trade, in addition to her current role as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department of Health and Social Care
- Lord Johnson of Lainston CBE as a Minister of State in the Department for Business and Trade
- Rachel Maclean MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
- Julia Lopez MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
- Lord Callanan as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
- Amanda Solloway MP as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, in addition to her current role as a Government Whip (Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury)
- Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
- Stuart Anderson MP as a Government Whip (Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury)
- Ruth Edwards MP as Assistant Government Whip
- Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP as Secretary of State in the Cabinet Office. He remains as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
- Julia Lopez MP as a Minister of State in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, in addition to her role as a Minister of State in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
- Viscount Camrose as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
07 Mar 23. Dr Richard Montgomery CMG has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Federal Republic of Nigeria in succession to Ms Catriona Laing CB who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Montgomery will take up his appointment during April 2023.
03 Mar 23. Mrs Harriet King has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of The Gambia in succession to Mr David Belgrove OBE.
08 Mar 23. Vice Adm. Karl O. Thomas for reappointment to the grade of vice admiral, and assignment as deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare, N2/N6, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations; and director of naval intelligence, Washington, D.C. Thomas is currently serving as commander, Seventh Fleet, Yokosuka, Japan.
06 Mar 23. USAF BG Thomas W. Harrell for appointment to the grade of major general. Harrell is currently serving as commander, Air Force Medical Readiness Agency, Office of the Surgeon General of the Department of the Air Force, Falls Church, Virginia.
06 Mar 23. USAF BG Jeanine M. Ryder for appointment to the grade of major general. Ryder is currently serving as commander, 59th Medical Wing, Air Education and Training Command, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.
08 Mar 23. Babcock and AUT launch new partnership to grow New Zealand’s maritime engineering sector. Babcock and Auckland University of Technology (AUT) have signed an agreement to collaborate on scholarships, internships and joint research projects to advance knowledge, research and collaboration to grow New Zealand’s maritime engineering sector. As a part of the new arrangement, Babcock and AUT will develop a range of initiatives aimed at increasing the participation of under-represented groups in technology and engineering studies and research, including women, and Māori and Pasifika students. The new partnership will also enable more students to enter the maritime engineering sector by ensuring they have the knowledge and skills required to meet New Zealand and global engineering trends and requirements. The agreement was signed by Babcock’s Program Director, Mark Worsfold, and AUT’s Associate Dean & Director External Engagement, Dr Yvonne Chan Cashmore and Acting Head of School – Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Tek Lie, at the Devonport Naval Base. Mark Worsfold said that the agreement was a great demonstration of Babcock’s purpose and principles in action.
“Our Principles include kotahitanga (collaborate), kia pākiki (be curious), and whakaaro tukunga iho (think:outcomes). At Babcock we believe that we are greater than the sum of our parts and through curiosity, collaboration and a focus on achievement we can connect with our customers, our stakeholders, and partners to create a safe and secure world together. AUT shares many of our principles so we are thrilled to partner with them to jointly develop research, expertise, and training to build a stronger maritime sector in New Zealand.
“We know that maritime engineering industry thrives when we have diversity of people, cultures, and ideas in our teams. We are proud to continue our work with AUT to support equity in engineering through our sponsorship of the Excellence in Māori and Pasifika Advancement Awards and Women in Technology Awards. We will also look for opportunity for new scholarships and placements to support students to explore their passion for careers in engineering,” Mr Worsfold said.
AUT Pro Vice-Chancellor and Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies Dean, Professor Guy Littlefair said that the partnership with Babcock will provide students with a range of important hands-on experiences.
“We are excited about the opportunities this new partnership provides for our students to enter the maritime engineering industry.
“Students will participate in Babcock hosted industry awareness sessions, internships and projects, which will prepare them well for their future careers in the maritime industry,” Professor Littlefair said.
Professor Littlefair said that the together AUT and Babcock will also focus on the acceleration of technology and knowledge development to find solutions to global problems using local New Zealand capabilities and expertise.
07 Mar 23. GVF, the sole global non-profit association of the satellite industry with members from the entire ecosystem, has announced the launch of its new Technology Working Group.
The Technology Working Group will build upon the achievements of GVF’s existing Mutual Recognition Arrangement Working Group which has developed a consensus-based framework to improve the efficiency of satellite operators’ terminals type-approval procedures and collaborated with the Satellite Operator Minimum Antenna Performance (SOMAP) Group to provide guidance for antenna manufacturers regarding satellite operators’ expectations for new antenna products.
Initially, the expanded remit of the new Working Group will encompass GVF initiatives in connection with all facets of the satellite industry ground segment, including antennas, modems, software-defined networks/virtualisation, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The Working Group will function to provide a high-profile platform and “showcase” – including advocacy, education/information, and promotion – for the satellite industry’s technology innovations and solutions.
06 Mar 23. BAE Systems Chief Executive steps up to tackle youth unemployment.
Charles Woodburn, BAE Systems Chief Executive, has taken on the role of Chair of Movement to Work, a charitable organisation, which brings together some of the UK’s biggest businesses to tackle youth unemployment and drive social change.
The charity helps to support young people who are not currently in education, employment or training step onto the career ladder by working with UK employers to provide quality jobs, training and work placement opportunities.
As a one of the founding members of Movement to Work, this appointment builds on the Company’s commitment to champion social mobility and help equip young people with experience and skills they need to achieve their full potential regardless of their early life experiences.
Charles Woodburn, BAE Systems Chief Executive, said: “It’s vital for UK industry and for the future of our business that we invest in the next generation. It’s a privilege to serve an organisation doing such important work. All too often young people get trapped in a vicious cycle of ‘no experience, no job,’ which limits their career prospects.
“I’m passionate about providing high-quality work placements that give young people a route into long-term employment and help businesses access the talent we need to succeed. Through Movement to Work, I’ve seen first-hand the impact these opportunities can have on our communities and the company.”
Founded in 2013, Movement to Work is a not-for-profit coalition of UK employers, youth-outreach organisations, training providers and government – all aiming to level the playing field for young people, aged 16-30, who are facing barriers to work. It works with employers, free of charge, to design bespoke youth employability programmes, either in-house or through one of its recommended training providers. With hundreds of organisational members, The Movement has a proven track record of driving social mobility with more than 150,000 opportunities delivered to date nationwide, ranging from hospitality to engineering. More than 55% of these young people progressed into jobs, apprenticeships or returned to education. Movement to Work counts some of the biggest UK employers among its members, including Accenture, Unilever, Tesco, Marks & Spencer, BT, BAE Systems, Salesforce, Barclays, Centrica, Diageo, IBM, Marriott, NHS, Department for Work and Pensions and the British Army.
07 Mar 23. Sir Nick Hine appointed to lead Babcock’s AUKUS team. A former UK Royal Navy Vice-Admiral with decades of experience in naval strategy and submarine operations has been appointed as Babcock’s Managing Director – AUKUS & International, to lead our work aiming to deliver key capabilities in support of the trilateral security treaty. Sir Nick Hine joined Babcock from the Royal Navy where he was the Second Sea Lord and he brings with him a wealth of wider Government and industry facing knowledge which will be invaluable to the delivery of the AUKUS capabilities.
10 Mar 23. Aliette Quint has been appointed CEO of HENSOLDT Nexeya France. Since 2019, she has been Vice-President Governmental Business Development, Political Affairs and Innovation at HENSOLDT France, where she is also a member of the Executive Committee. She is set to take over at the head of HENSOLDT Nexeya France, an aerospace services and solutions company that is part of HENSOLDT’s Services & Aerospace Solutions division. She will officially assume her new role on 1 May following a one-month transition period shadowing Pierre-Olivier Besombes, who is leaving the company. Aliette Quint holds an EMBA acquired through a Franco-German programme and a Master’s in European Law and Policy. She has more than 20 years of experience in public affairs, strategy and business development in the energy, chemical and industrial sectors as well as recognised expertise in the management of advocacy campaigns in the area of defence electronics and the energy transition. In an earlier stage of her career, she worked with national and European public decision-makers for ten years in a leadership role at Brussels-based consultancy Arcturus Group, before joining Air Liquide in 2011. Among a number of positions held there, she headed up the company’s risk capital arm, ALIAD, as well as subsidiary Axane, which specialises in fuel cells. She also contributed to the launch of the Hydrogen Council.
08 Mar 23. NorthStar Earth & Space Inc. (“NorthStar”), the first commercial enterprise to offer complete Space Situational Awareness (SSA) services to monitor all near-Earth orbits from space, is proud to announce the appointment of Johanne Lecomte to the executive team as Vice-President Global Sales & Business Development. In her role, Johanne will be based in the US and have primary responsibility for driving revenues and commercial opportunities there, and globally. She will focus on commercializing NorthStar’s unique SSA services for Space Domain Awareness (SDA) and Space Traffic Management (STM). She will shape NorthStar’s commercial growth strategy and influence product development activities, international collaborations, R&D, and marketing with an objective to create and maintain leadership in all target markets. (Source: PR Newswire)
07 Mar 23. Paragon Space Development Corporation® (Paragon) is pleased to announce Carlos Smith as our new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Smith will lead Paragon’s Finance Team and report to Paragon’s President & CEO, Grant Anderson. Smith has over 30 years of financial leadership experience, with significant time as a Chief Financial Officer at several leading aerospace and defense companies, both public and private. Smith will be responsible for a wide array of financial and accounting responsibilities in his new role including advising company leadership on key financial issues and ensuring business health through experience-based financial approaches, systems, and practices. (Source: PR Newswire)
08 Mar 23. Triman Holdings, LLC, (“Triman” or the “Company”), a leader in military aftermarket supply chain management solutions, announced today it has named Tim Driscoll as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Triman is a platform company of AE Industrial Partners (“AEI”) and consists of the strategic combination of Triman Industries, Crestwood Technology Group (“CTG”) and Brighton Cromwell. Mr. Driscoll, who has more than 15 years of experience in aerospace and defense, joined Triman Holdings as President in October 2022. Prior to joining Triman, he served as a Vice President and General Manager of OEM Solutions at AAR where he focused on strategic partnerships with OEMs to maximize their global military aftermarket sales. He also served in various leadership roles at Eaton Aerospace and GE Aviation where he managed military aftermarket products and programs. Mr. Driscoll served in the US Navy as a Commissioned Officer and holds a BS in Aerospace Studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. (Source: PR Newswire)