We are honored to be celebrating 40 years in business!
AMRO is honored to have been featured in Orion’s August newsletter! Read about it below:
AMRO was honored to host a visit from Barry “Butch” E. Wilmore. Butch (Captain, U.S. Navy) is a veteran of two spaceflights and has accumulated 178 days in space. In 2014, Wilmore served as a Flight Engineer for Expedition 41 until November when he assumed command of the station upon arrival of the Expedition 42 crew. He returned to Earth in March 2015. During this mission, he logged 167 days in space and performed four spacewalks. In 2009, Wilmore served as a pilot aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis for STS-129. Wilmore is from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee and earned degrees from Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee. He is a captain in the U.S. Navy.
AMRO celebrated handing over a key panel of NASA’s new deep space spacecraft, Orion, to prime contractor Lockheed Martin for its next step in assembly as it prepares to take the first astronauts beyond low Earth orbit on Exploration Mission-2. The Orion crew module will journey farther than any human has ever travelled!
See the link for celebration details!
CLICK ABOVE TO WATCH THE VIDEO! THANK YOU TO PRESIDENT TRUMP! WHAT AN HONOR FOR AMRO TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS HISTORIC EVENT!
Please check out the feature that was aired about AMRO and the impact we are making in space!!
NASA and Teledyne Brown Engineering recognized AMRO for our outstanding efforts manufacturing LVSA panels!
AMRO team members Mike Riley, Jeff Jean and Bola Arroyo were presented with the NASA Group Achievement Award in partnership with NASA Orion and Lockheed Martin Command Team for the production of the Exploration Mission-1 Command Module Pressure Vessel! It is an honor to be recognized for this incredible group effort and success! AMRO….Excelling into The Future