I’m a machinist, computer scientist and a manufacturing engineer. I’ve helped build UAVs, flying cars and medical products. Wood, metal, plastic—bring it on.
I was a United States Air Force machinist on the fastest, baddest aircraft ever built—the SR-71 Blackbird. Everything you heard is true, and then some.
The first time I got close to one was at Beale Air Force Base in California. I had just finished Machinist School, my clearance came through, and when Tech Sergeant Clyde took me out to the SR-71 phase dock, told me to climb into the cockpit and “get it over with,” well… you never forget that. My time in the Air Force drove home what incredible things we can achieve when we master technology.
So now you can guess where our company gets its name, and maybe a sense for how high we’d like to fly with you.