American Aerospace Engineering LLC

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We're an innovative engineering firm. We help our clients reach their full potential by supporting them with their engineering needs. Whether they need Mechanical Engineering Design, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering or Flight Test Engineering - we're always ready to help. Clients can outsource/subcontract to our engineering team and know that their projects will be completed on time and all their questions answered. We welcome temporary projects, small projects, as well as, large projects. Engineering is our passion - it's what we love.

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