At King Aerospace, veterans can utilize their military experience and expertise in a responsive, streamlined company that rewards hard work.

Veterans Find a New, Mission-focused Home

October 6, 2022

Military veterans play a key role in helping King Aerospace deliver on one of our cornerstone principles: quality in everything (no excuses). A recent article in Air & Space Forces Magazine – the new name for Air Force Magazine – recounts how many veterans have found a home and career with us.

Veterans not only can utilize their military experience and expertise but also are drawn to a responsive, streamlined company encouraging initiative and rewarding hard work. That’s a mission they know well. For many, the jobs they do allow them to continue to serve the men and women who serve our country.

Gene Miller during his work on the E-9A program based at Tyndall Air Force Base. Miller is now helping King Aerospace launch its new Arkansas facility serving military aircraft.

As Mike Riley, contracts manager and 22-year Air Force veteran, puts it: “I don’t know anyone at King Aerospace who doesn’t believe in the cornerstone principles on which this company was founded. And that’s framed by In God We Trust. It distinguishes us as a company. It truly makes us better.”

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