Marshall Aerospace strengthens its relationship with the global Hercules community at recent HOC and TCG conferences


Marshall Aerospace recently attended two extremely valuable C-130 events at United States – the 2022 Hercules Orion Conference (HOC) in Atlanta, Georgiaand the Technical coordination group (TCG) Global Review in Orlando Florida.

The HOC event, organized by Lockheed Martintook place at Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center in Atlanta from October 17 to 20 under the theme “Countless Abilities. Global reach. A Herc.’

The event was the first global gathering of the post-pandemic Hercules community since 2019 and included over 80 exhibitors and information sessions on the C-130B-H, C-130J, L-100, LM-100J and P-3/CP-140.

by Marshall 2022 HOC Team – Craig Coghill, Gary Meakin, Graham Moore, Ben Skerrit, Noah Rossmanand Harrison Smith – assisted alongside OF HISthe British Ministry of Defense sole authority for the sale of surplus military equipment and stocks of the UK armed forces.

Pivoting, the Marshall Aerospace reconnected face-to-face with its customers and strengthened its new aerospace product strategy, as well as promoting its current and future C-130 and cross-platform product line.

Throughout the four-day event, the Marshall Aerospace The team reaped the benefits of vitally important networking opportunities that enabled the sharing of operational, technical, modification and maintenance information between Hercules operators, flight crew, service centers, suppliers and top US military leaders, not to mention the many face-to-face conversations with senior executives. Lockheed Martin representatives.

Foreign Military Sales

The following week, the TCG World Wide Review conference took place at Caribe Royale in Orlando FloridaOctober 24 and 25.

This annual conference – a USAF, Air Force International Affairs, and Air Force Security Assistance Center sanctioned event – is the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) point of contact for dedicated technical, engineering and logistical support to C-130 FMS partner fleets worldwide – currently 38 countries.

Significantly, the team showed what Marshall Aerospace can offer beyond its MRO capabilities when it comes to its various current products – many of which are independent of platform variants.

Marshall Aerospace The TCG team – Craig Coghill, Gary Meakin, Graham Moore, Simon Morris, Benjamin Jakubowski, Noah Rossman, Steve Huynh, Robert Billonand Harrison Smith – enjoyed networking opportunities with end users and operators to share new technologies, capability enhancements and ideas.

The team presented briefings during the two-day event and were able to have open and constructive conversations with C-130 end users to better understand their requirements and operational needs.

Craig Coghillregional sales manager for Europe and Canadasaid: “It’s been a fantastic two weeks for Marshall Aerospace. Both events gave us the platform to reconnect with many of our existing clients and also allowed us to have valuable face-to-face conversations with potential new clients.

“Both events provided the opportunity to build on the valuable relationships we have within the global C-130 community, from OEM to end users and operators.”

The teams would like to thank Marshall Aerospace Engineering and Marshall Canada for their invaluable support during these two events.


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