Transicoil and the 2013 C-130 Hercules Operator’s Council (HOC)

The entire Transicoil team is excited about attending the 2013 Hercules Operator’s Council. The 2013 HOC is being held in Atlanta from October 20-24 and features an amazing array of exhibitors and educational presentations. The entire purpose on HOC is to discuss, celebrate, and share information about the world’s most advanced airlifter, Lockheed Martin’s C-130. This workhorse of the sky, first entered service in 1956 and still exists today as the modified C-130J. It is also interesting to point out that the C-130 has the distinction of being history’s longest continuously produced military aircraft .

Our CEF products, have played a major role in the history of the C-130. From the 1960s until today CEF has produced critical components for the C-130 including aileron & rudder trim tab actuators, elevator trim systems, main landing gear retract systems, and the C-130J’s enhanced cargo handling system. Because of our decades of experience with the C-130, we are always thrilled to share and compare notes with some of the biggest names in the aerospace industry at HOC; as well as talk directly with C-130 operators and maintenance organizations that are familiar with our products on the aircraft.

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If you are planning to attend the 2013 HOC, please make sure to drop by Aero Precision’s, Booth #27, 28, and 29.  Aero Precision is Transicoil’s exclusive defense aftermarket distributor.  Transicoil will be highlighting our work with the C-130, including displays focusing on our CEF actuation & cargo handling system components, our Avionics & Displays products and our Motion Control position sensors and motors.  .

To learn more about this year’s Hercules Operator’s Council, please visit Lockheed Martin’s website or you can always contact one of Transicoil’s C-130 experts today!

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