Aero Precision

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Located in Livermore, California, Aero Precision provides OEM component management for military aircraft operators in over 60 countries across 14+ military platforms from more than 16 OEM partners. Aero Precision provisions OEM spares, manages repairs and provides upgrade/modification solutions. Acquired by Greenwich AeroGroup in 2013, Aero Precision continues its expansion as a leader in military aircraft aftermarket parts and distribution services as an alternative to FMS.

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