Field Aerospace

U.S. Operations

Field Aerospace has more than 25 years of experience developing and delivering systems engineering and systems integration solutions to the U.S. government and aerospace and defense industry.

Through Field Aviation, we also provide engineering expertise spanning aircraft operations and avionics, test planning and execution, test instrumentation design and configuration, electrical and system design, as well as structural design and modification.

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Field Aviation

Canadian Operations

Field Aviation designs, modifies and certifies aircraft for specialized roles across the globe. Our expertise is the missionization of commercial platforms for search and rescue, intelligence, surveillance and interdiction roles for both government and civilian customers.

We also develop system specific STCs for many different aircraft. Our capabilities include build-to-print parts manufacturing for aircraft OEMs and our own modifications. We are also a factory authorized repair, overhaul and sales center for many avionics equipment manufacturers.

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma | Aug. 3, 2023

The United States Airforce has awarded the next option on a T-1A upgrade contract to Field Aerospace, the leading aircraft modification, and support service provider. This option includes the upgrade of three Operational Flight Trainer simulators and provides one new Part Task Trainer simulator. The simulators will reflect the T-1A AMP aircraft configuration. The Air Education and Training Command (AETC) plans to use the upgraded simulators to train USAF pilots.

This work builds on the larger avionics modification program (AMP) upgrade which completed modification of the 73rd and final aircraft earlier this year. The T-1A Jayhawk is a medium-range, twin-engine jet trainer used by AETC to train future pilots of the Air Force’s airlift and tanker aircraft including the KC-135, KC-46, and C-130.

“We are grateful for the Air Force’s continuing trust in our abilities and are excited to assist in providing the warfighter modernized tools to fight emerging threats,” said Brad Orr, Field’s Director of Business Development for Air Force Programs.