Stark Aerospace

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Stark Aerospace is a global aerospace defense contractor located in Columbus, Mississippi, at the GTR Global Industrial Aerospace Park. Stark currently operates three divisions: Unmanned Aerial Systems, Sensors, and Engineering.

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