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The Facilities Manager position is responsible for the oversight of all maintenance for AirCorps facilities and upkeep of the grounds. The role will coordinate with individual department heads to ensure clear communication and direction regarding any required work.
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The CAD Designer position uses CAD systems to support the Fabrication Department by creating solid models, detail drawings, and assembly drawings from provided original engineering drawings. A new designer may make routine decisions, but will refer most questions/problems to the department leader until the necessary amount of experience is acquired. It is critical to have...
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The Aircraft Component Repairman is responsible for the precision restoration, repair, and overhaul of aircraft systems and system components. He will ensure that work accomplished leads the industry’s highest quality standards and meets regulatory requirements.
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The Sheet Metal Fabricator position is responsible for safely and efficiently forming sheet metal into conforming parts using hard tooling, rubber pad press, press brake, shrinker/stretcher, shear, roller, stretch forming, heat treating, and other miscellaneous hand forming tools and techniques.
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The CNC Machinist/Programmer 2 position is responsible for safely and efficiently programming, setting up, and operating CNC mills and assisting with other programming and parts machining. AirCorps has specific emphasis on low volume fabrication using 3, 4, and 5-axis mills and routers, and CNC lathes with live tooling using Camworks software.
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A November roadtrip with a van full of coworkers offered the opportunity for me to sprawl out on the floor of the Flying Legends Hangar…
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A sunny Friday drive to Duluth this spring allowed many of us here at AirCorps the distinct pleasure of having lunch with Jervis Van Vleck Heimbach, (who goes by Van), his son, Bob, and grandson, Rob. Van piloted P-51s over the skies of Europe serving in the 319 Squadron, 325th Fighter Group, flying missions primarily...
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The members of our Fabrication team are experts in re-creating WWII-era aircraft parts through a variety of techniques. They often combine modern technology with original methods and equipment from the 1940s that helped fulfill the immense production needs for the armed forces at the time.
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