US Air Force visited Visbek
On September 10, we had the pleasure to welcome the U.S. Air Force in Visbek to our headquarters. Captain Scott E. Gregory and Technical Sergeant Alan Stegner were with us on behalf of their unit to inspect the production of the first 16 units for Osan Airbase in South Korea.
Apart from the successful clarification of pending questions, there was also a meeting with the mayor Gerd Meyer after the lunch break. Together we talked about politics as well as about the region and the Americans were familiar with companies such as Big Dutchman and Wiesenhof.
At the end, the two representatives of the U.S. Army wrote a contribution in the golden book of Visbek, in which both the hospitality of all participants, as well as the technical progress they documented, was remarkable.
We have also enjoyed the visit of the two – thanks again! To be continued…
Update: the first units in South Korea
The first 16 units are now operating flawlessly at Osan Airbase in South Korea. Now, only 3 people instead of 9 are needed to maneuver aircraft out and back into the hangar. A report on our visit and training on site you can find HERE