Aviation News

FLIR Systems: Thermal Camera Market Explodes as Coronavirus Spreads

By Patrick Tucker: Technology Editor, Defense One Millions of people are waiting out the pandemic at home but many others still have to go to work in industries like food preparation, shipping, and manufacturing, particularly medical equipment. FLIR, which makes thermal cameras for military intelligence…

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Nancy Lematta, Former Chair of Columbia Helicopters, Gives Providence $2M for COVID Fight

Tyler Franke, Canby Now Podcast The former board chair of Aurora-based Columbia Helicopters has donated $2 million to the Providence health system’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and she wants others to follow her lead. In a video posted by the Providence Portland Medical Foundation yesterday, Nancy Lematta…

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Aerometal International: Bringing Aviation History Back to Life

Not many would argue the role the Douglas DC-3 played in transforming the commercial airline industry, pioneering passenger air travel, and leaving a lasting mark on U.S. involvement in World War II through the development of the C-47. The legendary plane that was developed in…

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Wilson construction stands out

Stacy Wilson could never be considered your typical company vice president. In between Wilson Construction business meetings, company strategy sessions, and ironing out details of ongoing projects, she pilots a King Air 90GTiaircraft for the company. For Stacy, it’s just another Wednesday. Stacy Wilson was…

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Portland Business Journal – Construction Special Report: Centrex builds on the love of flying

The Tigard-based construction contractor has built a specialty in aviation projects thanks to its executives’ love of flying… To read full article visit : http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/print-edition/2015/05/29/construction-special-report-centrex-builds-on-the.html

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