PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Aventure Aviation honors the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force, as the company looks forward to prominent military trade shows next month.
Founded September 18, 1947, the U.S. Air Force heritage goes back nearly four decades prior. The U.S. military purchased its first aircraft in 1909, and the Air Force would go through a series of designations before becoming a separate and independent military service organization: Aeronautical Section, Signal Corps (1909); Aviation Section, Signal Corps (1914); United States Army Air Service (1918); United States Army Air Corps (1926), and United States Army Air Forces (1941).
Aventure’s military division will attend two upcoming conferences that focus on the venerable Lockheed Martin C-130 transport. The Hercules Orion Conference (HOC) will take place October 17–20 in Aventure’s hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. The C-130 Technical Coordination Group (TCG) World Wide Review will take place October 24–28, in Orlando, Florida.
“These shows give us direct access to allied foreign militaries and the vendors that support them,” said Michael Black, Aventure’s operations manager. “It’s a great opportunity to collaborate on upcoming projects and discuss our inventory and services for the F-16, C-130, and other Military aircraft.”