Stop by booth #6614 at the Anaheim Convention Center to see how LMS can help you design and manufacture fuel measurement systems for primary and auxiliary fuel tanks
Team Chinook is a great place to catch up with old friends and build new connections.
Liquid Measurement Systems will be attending Cribbins. The Tennessee Valley Chapter of the AAAA is sponsoring the Symposium for aviation logistics and acquisition communities. The Symposium provides an annual forum for aviation operators, logisticians, project managers, research and development and key decision makers to gather information and better support the Warfighter.
Liquid Measurement Systems is exhibiting at the MRO Europe Conference in London, UK. It takes place October 16-17th, 2019. Our team will be discussing rotary and fixed wing applications of fuel measurement systems for both the commercial aircraft and military aircraft markets.
Liquid Measurement Systems is exhibiting at the NBAA, National Business Aviation Association, which takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center October 22nd – 24th, 2019. The NBAA convention allows our team to meet with aircraft manufacturers and future clients to discuss our reliable and customizable aviation fuel systems.
WC-135 Constant Phoenix’s mission is to monitor atmosphere for signs of nuclear explosion GEORGIA, VT – 28 August 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has been awarded a contract by L3 Harris Technologies (L3H) Reconnaissance Mission Systems (RMS) Sector of Greenville, Texas to develop a Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Measurement System for the US Air… Read more »
(GEORGIA, VT – 5 August 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has begun work on an improved fuel measurement and indication system for Viking Air Limited’s Canadair CL-215T and CL-415 Aerial Firefighter Fleet.
(GEORGIA, VT – 5 March 2019) – Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) has begun work on a fuel measurement system for Lockheed Martin Skunk Works®’ X-59 Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator aircraft. This new X-Plane is designed to dramatically reduce the sonic boom and will collect data that could help overturn government regulations that currently ban supersonic commercial flight over land.
LMS is going to Denver! Stop by booth # 904 at the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) General Conference & Exhibition to see how LMS can help you design and manufacture fuel measurement systems for primary and auxiliary fuel tanks.
After 12 months of flying medical evacuation missions across the Middle East with the Vermont National Guard, Chief Warrant Officer 3 and Black Hawk helicopter pilot Adam Truso has returned to his full-time civilian job as a member of the Business Development team at LMS. Adam serves with Vermont National Guard’s Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion,… Read more »