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Stark adds Gee

Stark Aerospace has hired David Gee as president of Analytical Methods (AMI), the Engineering Division of Stark Aerospace. Gee brings 37 years of engineering experience in the aerospace industry to Stark Aerospace. In his new role, he will oversee the company’s aeronautical engineering, software design and consulting services provided to the government, universities, and research institutions, as well as to leaders in the aerospace, marine, and ground transportation industries.

Gee comes to Stark Aerospace from Hawker Beechcraft Corporation in Wichita, Kan.. Throughout his career, he has directed engineering, manufacturing, supply chain and quality assurance teams for aircraft manufacturers. Gee has worked on major aircraft certification programs, new aircraft development programs, multiple STC projects and special mission modification programs.

Gee holds a bachelor of science in aeronautical engineering from Wichita State University and is also an accomplished pilot and flight instructor.


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  1. Mr. Gee, I welcome you to MS. I have found the taxpaying citizens of this state to be honest, loyal, and God fearing. However, these values/traits are not found inside the walls of Stark Aerospace in Columbus, MS. The previous experienced, salaried personnel were fired or quit. You probably wonder why the front office is full of inexperience and why no one has a clue about where previous funds and parts went. If you find out too much, you’ll be sent on a lot of trips or be left out of critical info and decision making. I wish you a long and successful career but I’m sure you’ll need to leave those good ole boys to do either. P.S.: Be careful what they have you sign – They always look for scapegoeats. You may be found guilty later on.

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