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Patuxent River Maryland Heavy Gauge Thermoforming

Patuxent River Maryland Heavy Gauge Thermoforming

Patuxent River, Maryland Heavy Gauge Thermoforming

is an industry leader in custom pressure & vacuum & components. MTC specializes in technically challenging heavy gauge and components such as Interior Trim Panels, Covers, Housings, Enclosures, Hatches, Bezels, Cowlings and more for the manned & unmanned aerospace industry. Our in-house Tool, Die & Prototype Shop, along with a Thermwood, Dual-Table 5-Axis CNC Router and ISO9001:2008 Registered with Design Certification provides the Naval Station with a “One Stop Plastic Source”, all under one roof.

Situated in beautiful Southern Maryland, located at the mouth of the Patuxent River, Naval Air Station Patuxent River takes up approximately 14,500 acres, as well as its Webster Field Annex, Solomons Recreation Center and the Bloodsworth Island Range. It is one of the most beautiful and critical shore installations in existence today.

Patuxent River is a tributary of the in the state of Maryland. There are three main river drainages for central Maryland: the Potomac River to the west passing through Washington D.C., the Patapsco River to the northeast passing through Baltimore, and the Patuxent River between the two. The 957 square miles (2,479 km2) Patuxent watershed had a rapidly growing population of 590,769 in 2000. It is the longest river to be located entirely within the state of Maryland. It is the largest river whose watershed lies completely in the state of Maryland.

NAS Patuxent River is where the future of Naval Aviation starts. As the host of more than 50 tenant activities, including the Naval Air Systems Command and the Naval . NAS Patuxent River is home to the full spectrum of Research, Development, Acquisition, Test and Evaluation (RDAT&E) for all of Naval Aviation.
The base became a center for testing as several facilities were constructed throughout the 1950s and 1960s; including the U.S. Naval (1958), the Weapons Systems Test Division (1960), and the Propulsion System Evaluation Facility. The base also served as the testing facility for the V-22 Osprey.The Patuxent River Maryland Heavy Gauge Thermoforming situated in beautiful Southern Maryland.
In addition to its role in testing naval aircraft, during the 1950s to 1970, Patuxent River served as an operational base for a Transport Squadron – VR-1, a TACAMO squadron – VQ-4, Airborne Training Unit Atlantic – AEWTULANT, and VW-11, VW-13 AN VW-15 and a number of Patrol Squadrons including VP-8, VP-44, VP-49, VP-24, VP-30 and VP-68.

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