Kepler Aerospace Ltd. (“Kepler”) announces that Dewight Cartwright is joining the Kepler and Kepler Spacecore Inc. (“KSC”) team as COO of both Stratoview Corp. and MD Aviation Corp.
February 12, 2019 – Cape Canaveral, Florida – Kepler announces that Dewight Cartwright will be joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore team as Chief Operating Officer (“COO”)of both Stratoview Corp. and MD Aviation Corp.’s CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Manufacturing Facility located in Sebastian, Florida.
Mr. Cartwright will be in charge of operations for both Stratoview and MD Aviation. He is both a seasoned pilot and aviation entrepreneur with almost 40 years’ experience as a government contractor including projects involving not only aviation and manufacturing but also earth underground boring and heavy construction projects. Dewight will also be overseeing Kepler’s expansion of their Kennedy Space Center Facilities.
Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore are excited to have Mr. Cartwright join the Kepler team. With his help, Kepler has a seasoned veteran in both the construction and aviation industries. Kepler is also very confident in Dewight’s ability to attract government contracts to help grow Kepler’s revenues. Mr. Cartwright will be operating out of the Kepler’s Kennedy Space Center facilities in CapeCanaveral, Florida as well as Kepler’s CNC manufacturing facility in Sebastian, Florida.
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