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See You in Tennessee at the Quad-A Summit

Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma, LLC (DRG) is joining the 2023 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit for the second year in a row. Quad-A (Army Aviation Association of America) is hosting the summit in Nashville, TN at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center. The Army Aviation Community gathers to focus solely on Army Aviation issues, network, recognize industry leaders, and support our soldiers and their families. In 2022, there were over 360 exhibitors and more than 35 countries represented with exponential growth expected this year as the entire industry celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Army Aviation Branch.


Where You Can Find Us

Booth 117 will be the home of DRG from Wednesday, April 26th to Friday, April 28th. Members from DRG’s leadership team including Brian Busey (President and Chief Operating Officer of DRG), Courtland Schafer (VP of Business Development), Geoff Camp (Director of Business Development), William “Buddy” Morgan (Business/Capture Analyst), and William O’Brien (Corporate Program Manager) are looking forward to connecting with past partners and forging new opportunities in this community.


“The Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) represents and is the voice for the entire Army Aviation Community. They are a not-for-profit organization that supports all our Aviation Soldiers (past, present, and future) and their families, and they are dedicated to ensuring that the broad interests of Army Aviation are recognized and met.” Brian O’Leary, Labor Relations Representative


DRG’s Future Focus

The Future Vertical Lift (FVL) initiative began in 2008 to address the growing demand for faster, longer-range, more powerful engines with higher horsepower, lower fuel consumption, and diagnostic insights. The rotary wing aircraft of the past are soaring to new heights with this focus towards the future of aviation with the largest helicopter procurement decision in 40 years for the U.S. Army, according to an article posted on DefenseNews on December 5th, 2022. DRG has been following the development of FVL since 2009.


With this shift, DRG has already started preparing for the requirements of FVL training and FVL maintenance while continuing to provide unparalleled services for aircraft vehicles currently in service. FVL is expected to be in service by 2025 and in the battlefield by 2030.


Fast, Nimble, and Responsive Service from Our Family to Your Fleet

DRG is a family-owned and operated total training systems integrator employing over 920 professionals in 47 states and 14 countries as both a prime and subcontractor, responsible for managing over 520 training devices in 80+ variations across the full spectrum of aircrew and maintenance training. DRG serves over 10,000 personnel a year offering over two million training hours while maintaining a 98% trainer device availability rate. DRG manages rotary wing, large and small fixed-wing aircraft training programs across the spectrum of aircrew skill sets including pilots, weapons systems officers, and loadmasters. Additionally, DRG sustains full-motion aircraft simulators, procedures, and part-task training for aircrew and maintenance personnel. DRG also provides procurement services, device relocation, and our newest offering of aircraft maintenance, all with the same level of trust and responsiveness our customers have come to expect. In 2022, DRG was awarded the Supplier of the Year award from Boeing, and Lockheed Martin Elite Supplier.


We’re excited to be attending Quad A, and we hope to see you there too. If you’re looking to meet with our business development team and learn more about DRG’s capabilities, please contact us directly at development@drgok.com.

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