Bell Helicopter to Showcase Capabilities of H-1, V-22 at Sea Air Space
Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company (NYSE: TXT), has announced its show plans for the 50th annual Navy League Sea Air Space exposition in National Harbor, Md., April 13-15. The company will display models of a Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey tiltrotor and a Bell AH-1Z attack helicopter. Interactive kiosks will accompany each aircraft to help illustrate the capability and performance of each aircraft.
“Through the last five decades, the Navy League Sea Air Space exposition has established itself as a pivotal engagement opportunity,” said Mitch Snyder, executive vice president of Military Business at Bell Helicopter. “The U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Coast Guard are able to get together in the same space with their partners in industry to discuss the important issues facing our maritime forces. This unique event gives us the chance for crucial, face-to-face communication to occur so we can arrive at the most efficient ways to deliver the best platforms to our men and women defending our country.”
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During the show, attendees will get the opportunity to learn more about our military aircraft during program briefings on the Bell AH-1Z, UH-1Y and V-22.
- A UH-1Y and AH-1Z program briefing is scheduled for 1400 on 13 April in Room Azalea 3. The briefing will be delivered by Col. Stephen S. Girard, Program Manager of PMA-276.
- A V-22 program briefing is scheduled for 1400 on 14 April, also in Room Azalea 3. The briefing will be delivered by Col. Daniel B. Robinson, Program Manager of PMA-275.
More than 200 exhibitors are scheduled to attend the Sea Air Space exposition at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. The exhibits showcase the most recent products in maritime, defense and energy technology. Educational and small business seminars are also available, with the benefit of the members of the Sea Services in mind.
Source : Textron - view original press release