Arkwin Industries

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An airport hangar located at Strother Field, between the Kansas cities of ARKansas City and WINfield became the first home and namesake of Arkwin Industries. The company settled in Westbury, NY, where it attracted the best engineering, technical, and manufacturing talent available.

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