Triumph Group, which makes and repairs aircraft parts, is pursuing several opportunities to grow its share of robust US defence spending, according to the Pennsylvania-based company.
Daniel Crowley, Triumph’s president and CEO, said on 8 November that he recently met with US defence officials and believes his company “can be a partner” in their efforts to increase the readiness of military aircraft.
In addition, Triumph is a member of “several” teams competing for the US Army’s Future Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) programme, Crowley told analysts during a conference call on his company’s latest financial results. And Triumph believes its fuel pump expertise could benefit the engine that will be used on the US Air Force’s new T-7A Red Hawk trainer jet.
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