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Quest expanded by 10,000 square feet this month, adding more room for its growing technology management business at the former McClellan Air Force Base. (photo by Susan Wolbarst)
Quest Expands Data Center at McClellan
Quest, a technology management business, completed expansion of its highly secure and resilient Service Delivery Center, adding 10,000 square feet to its facility at the former McClellan Air Force Base. An additional expansion of 20,000 square feet will be completed in August, and a third is being planned.Quest chose McClellan because the site is
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2011
Students at the School of Aviation Technology at the former George Air Force Base in Victorville, Calif. get hands-on training as aircraft mechanics. Most members of the school's first graduating class secured jobs within the region almost immediately.  (Photo by Scott Johnston)
What tough job market? <i>First Graduates of Aviation School at former George Air Force Base Get Hired</i>
Forty-three students at the Southern California Logistics Airport School of Aviation Technology, located at the former George AFB, recently became the first-ever aircraft mechanics to graduate from the school with full certification in general aviation, powerplant (the engine), and airframe. And their diplomas are paying off, as the vastmajority
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2011
Aero Union’s P-3s, modified by the company for firefighting, travel around the country dumping thousands of gallons of red-dyed Phos-chek on wildfires. (Photo courtesy of Aero Union) Welcome to McClellan: <em>Business is Hot at Aero Union</em>
Aero Union, a recent transplant to McClellan Business Park from Chico, about 90 miles away, flies and maintains what Chief Pilot Michael Grimm laughingly refers to as the "Finding Nemo plane," a P-3, which has the same coloration as the tropical clownfish character in the popular Disney film. Although P-3s are used for military purposes in many
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2011
The Alstom wind turbine operating at Reese Technology Center since November, 2010 is 110 meters tall from the tip of its outstretched blade to the ground.  The turbine, which generates 1.67 megawatts of power, is used for research in the Texas Tech University Wind Science and Engineering program and for training in South Plains College’s Wind Technician program, both at the former Reese AFB. Reese Technology Center: Research Powerhouse in Lubbock
Pilots trained to fly at the former Reese Air Force Base may remember what have been described as "interesting crosswinds." The military pilots are gone, but the blustery winds are helping to put this Northwest Texas city on the renewable energy map.These winds, as well as other hallmarks of the area - such as cotton and tornados - are key research
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2010
Default Air Force Logo Army Corps Awards $5 Million Contract for Psychiatric Hospital at Mather
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District has awarded a $5 million contract to a Reno, Nevada firm to build an inpatient mental health facility at the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System at the former Mather Air Force Base.Geney/Gassiot Inc. will build the 12,600 square foot facility, beginning construction in spring 2011.
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2010
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