Oct. 28, 2020
Keeping the general aviation industry connected
AEA Silent Auction: Bidding Ends Friday, Oct. 30
All Proceeds Benefit the AEA Educational Foundation
There’s always a deal to be found at the AEA Educational Foundation silent auction, but there are only two days left to place your bids for gadgets, goodies and high-tech toys. A number of longtime supporters have shown their commitment to continue the tradition, and now all we need is YOU to login and do a little online shopping!

Between now and 10 p.m. CDT on Friday, Oct. 30, bid on your favorite item(s). Once the auction has ended, the AEA will contact the winning bidders for payment and then the item(s) will be shipped directly to you.

The annual silent auction is the single-largest fundraising activity for the AEA Educational Foundation and helps support a variety of outreach and education efforts to attract and train the next generation of avionics technology experts. Since 1990, the AEA Educational Foundation has administered scholarships for avionics and aircraft maintenance technicians and provided industry-leading technical training for AEA members. More...
Early-Bird Registration Opens Nov. 1 for AEA Convention in Dallas
Register by Dec. 31 and save $180 per person!
Registration will open Nov. 1 for the 64th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show, the largest gathering of general aviation avionics manufacturers, distributors and government-certified repair stations in the world. It is the platform of choice for the introduction of new avionics products and services coming to market in 2021.

The event takes place March 15-18, 2021, in Dallas, Texas. Attendees must register by Dec. 31, 2020, to receive the early-bird discount price of $675 (AEA member rate) for a full convention registration. The early-bird promotion offers a $180 per person savings off the on-site registration fee. Those attendees who chose to rollover their registration from 2020 will receive a confirmation email and do not need to register again.

The attendee full registration package includes: four days of seminars and technical training sessions; exhibit hall entrance for two full days with lunch; and networking with manufacturing and distributors. The Hilton Anatole will serve as the headquarters hotel. More...
Industry Coalition Continues to Press Congress Over Ligado’s Proposed Terrestrial Network
The AEA joined a broad coalition this week to express "profound concern over the Federal Communications Commission’s flawed Ligado Order that, if left in place, would upend decades of sound spectrum policy, negatively impact a significant cross-section of commercial, federal, and academic users who rely on the many different L-band satellite services, and threaten the safety of most Americans."

Nearly 80 organizations, including representatives from aviation, aerospace, agriculture, first responders, ground transportation, marine, metrological, surveying, GPS, and satellite industries, wrote to Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), the chairman and ranking member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and
Transportation, to "respectfully request your Committee’s assistance in ensuring that the Commission reconsider its decision to allow a harmful terrestrial network to be built using L-band spectrum." To read the coalition letter in its entirety, click here.
AEA Scholarship Applications Now Available Online
The Aircraft Electronics Association will award 23 scholarships totaling more than $100,000 for the 2021-22 school year to students pursuing a career in avionics or aircraft maintenance, as well as students from AEA member companies.

Since its inception, the AEA scholarship program has awarded more than $1.5 million in scholarships. Numerous awards are available, ranging from $1,000 to more than $35,000 each. Scholarship applications are available online, and the deadline to submit an application is April 1, 2021. More...
Carolina GSE Delivers, Services Jacks, Tugs, Power Units and More
If you need ground support equipment such as jacks and tugs, ground power units and test equipment, hydraulics and weight scales, Carolina GSE has it all. Once you have what you need, the staff can also troubleshoot, repair and overhaul your equipment and see to it that you have the proper spare parts.

Headquartered in Greenville, North Carolina, Carolina GSE serves a broad customer base, including private aircraft owners, corporate flight departments, fixed-base operators, repair stations, military services and commercial airlines. The company handles customer service and support in Greenville, equipment and parts distribution from its center in Chicago, Illinois, and equipment repair and parts distribution from New Bern, North Carolina. More...
NSS Conference Webinars: Making ADS-B Work
In November, the New Southern Sky Conference will be presented using a virtual platform for the first time to deliver a series of talks on "Making ADS-B Work." There will be global perspectives from the United States and Australia on lessons learned from their ADS-B transitions, best practice guidance for operators in New Zealand for its ADS-B transition, plus an ADS-B Grant Scheme update and Q&A.

Don't miss this one-off opportunity, Nov. 3-5, to enhance your understanding of ADS-B and what it means in New Zealand. To register your interest and receive an invite to these Microsoft Teams events, email lorcan.byrne@caa.govt.nz. More...
Vision-Enhancing Options
You can’t avoid what you can’t see – and what you can’t see can hurt you
At first, hearing about a newfangled tool to give pilots a third eye, if you will, sounded like something out of a fairy tale. The new tool for seeing the world arrived through the magic of computer software, the result of space-based systems scanning the Earth in increasing detail blended with the application of high-speed graphics computer software in sundry computers pilots covet.

The tool: synthetic vision system. Exceedingly popular, widely available in a variety of tools and avionics, and relatively inexpensive today, SVS first emerged in the general-aviation market in the late 1990s.

As a resident function of a then-new Sierra Flight Systems integrated avionics package, the earliest form of SVS generated rudimentary wire-frame renditions of mountains, bodies of water and outlines of buildings. Similar systems in high-end turbine-powered aircraft panels helped popularize this new tool as a viable addition to the cockpit. More...
How to Ruin a $50,000 Investment
Notwithstanding the value of an investment – whether a single radio installation; a new primary flight display; or a full panel upgrade – the quickest way to ruin that investment is to use the wrong chemical cleaners.

According to David Tulis in an AOPA article titled Improper disinfectant appears to damage two Skyhawks, “An aircraft renter with a distillery-produced sanitizer meant well, but improper disinfecting techniques damaged the instrument panels of two Cessna 172s at Florida’s Atlas Aviation and required costly repairs.”

Today, everyone is focused on disinfecting around the coronavirus. We see it at home, work, the grocery stores and even around aircraft. But unlike the countertops in your house or the shopping carts at your favorite stores, aircraft, and the products used in aircraft, are special! More...
Temperature Torture: Avionics Handle Temperature Extremes
Unarguably, summers provide jet aviation with its most dramatic temperature swings through the course of an otherwise routine flight. The aircraft experiences a temperature swing from the oven-roasting heat of a 120-degree airport ramp to a minus 60 degrees or colder in the bone-chilling-cold-soaking at Flight Level 510 – and back again at landing.

Less severe are the temperature swings experienced by aircraft typical of the piston-powered set. Normally aspirated piston-powered aircraft rarely fly at altitudes where summertime temperatures fall to the same degree. It may be 120 on the ramp, but at typical cruising altitudes, temperatures still remain comfortably above freezing.

But inside the heat-soaked cabin during summer, avionics temperatures easily reach into triple digits. In the winter, avionics in a cold-soaked cabin may fall well below freezing levels until power starts to warm the electronics. More...
Podcast: Thom Duncan Avionics Founder Shares His Shop’s Overnight Success Story
Thom Duncan, president of Thom Duncan Avionics in Fayetteville, Tennessee, has been fixing electronics since childhood. Since opening a shop at the Fayetteville Municipal Airport in December 2018, he has led a rapidly growing business that specializes in avionics for single- and twin-engine aircraft. Get to know one of aviation's technology experts in this episode of AEA Amplified.

Learn more about the ever-changing world of avionics technologies from industry professionals and aviation enthusiasts. Subscribe to AEA Amplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, iHeart Radio or Spotify. More...
FAA UAM ConOps Proposes New Traffic Management Concepts
The Federal Aviation Administration recently published Version 1.0 of the Urban Air Mobility Concept of Operations in coordination with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and industry partners. According to the agency, the document’s goal is to provide a common frame of reference to support the FAA, NASA, industry, and other stakeholders to mature to specific UAM implementation methods and detailed operations procedures.

The ConOps is a crucial step to safely integrating UAM traffic into the national airspace system, especially as many manufacturers of electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft continue a strong push for commercial operations in this decade.

An opening letter from Steve Bradford, the FAA’s chief scientific and technical advisor for architecture and NextGen development, calls the ConOps document an “initial stage of work in progress.” More...
310 New eVTOL Air Vehicles ... And Counting
There are as many as 310 electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft in development to carry passengers or air cargo, including some in flight test and others in a concept stage in the race to provide urban or advanced air mobility.

The list of 310 compiled by the Vertical Flight Society includes some in prototype and others in concept stage and a few that have already dropped out of the race. Meanwhile, 60 have joined the hunt since January despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Some are already being flown for certification and testing, but huge hurdles remain for entering service.

Not the least of these challenges in big cities is adding the vertiports on the top of skyscrapers needed to allow air taxis to operate from a network of facilities. And who, for that matter, will pay for the vertiports and who will handle the liability insurance? Some experts believe that operators won’t crack the big-city passenger markets first. Air cargo faces fewer obstacles, and production model air vehicles are in the works. More...
Theory & Practice: Transmission Line
Transmission line is the generic term for the wire or cable that carries the signal to the radio from the antenna and vice versa. There are several types of transmission line, but we only use one type for nearly all avionics applications. When failing, transmission lines can present confusing symptoms, and it’s a good thing for technicians to understand some transmission line theory.

With the possible exception of weather radar, all avionics radio systems use coaxial cable as transmission line. Coaxial cable is a shielded wire with special insulation between the center and outer shielding. All insulation is dielectric, but in coaxial cable, the insulation between the inner conductor and the outer shielding is carefully designed. As a result, we refer to the insulation between the inner conductor and shielding as dielectric instead of insulation. More...
Request Your FREE AEA Pilot’s Guide
The AEA Pilot’s Guide is a consumer’s directory loaded with educational articles, timely information and data about the ever-changing world of avionics technologies. In addition to a complete directory of AEA-member government-certified repair stations, avionics manufacturers and distributors located in more than 40 countries, the publication features educational articles to help pilots and aircraft owners make better buying decisions. Individuals residing in the United States may request a free copy while supplies last. More...
AEA's Pilot's Guide Showcase Spotlights the Latest Avionics Innovations for Consumers
In addition to unveiling the 2020-21 edition of the AEA Pilot's Guide, the AEA introduced its Pilot's Guide Showcase, an all-new digital stage highlighting everything from features and functions of the latest avionics equipment to the installation and service available from AEA member repair stations.

Located at PilotsGuideShowcase.net and specifically designed for avionics consumers such as general aviation pilots and aircraft owners, the digital platform features product demonstrations, how-to videos, select tutorials via recorded flight demonstrations and spotlights AEA's network of technology experts. More...
AEA Webinars – On Demand
Join more than 1,000 AEA members who have already streamed or downloaded these free regulatory webinars to help train their staff or continue their own professional development. Ric Peri, AEA vice president of government and industry affairs, brings his vast years of experience and expertise to conduct a series of regulatory webinars essential to repair station and business operations.

In addition to providing relevant content, these courses include direct questions from the audience answered in real time. If you are looking to stay up-to-speed, AEA members may login with their member password to watch these sessions on your desktop or mobile device at AEA.net/webinars.

  • Transponder Testing
  • Aircraft Wiring Inspections
  • Change Management
  • Root Cause Analysis 
  • Managing Risk 
  • Repair Station Contract Maintenance 
  • Human Factors in Maintenance 
  • Flight Data Recorders and the Mexican Mandate 
  • ASTM's Compass 
  • The Ins & Outs of Drug & Alcohol Program Management 
  • Classifying Alterations for In-service Aircraft 
  • AEA Safety Management System 
  • Part 145: How to Implement and manage a Repair Station Capability List 
  • Beyond ADS-B Installations: Continued Airworthiness 
  • FAA Drug & Alcohol Inspection Items: Be Prepared for Your Next Audit 
  • Part 43: The Business of Aircraft Maintenance More...
On the Radar: Upcoming Industry Events
North Dakota Aviation Career Expo
Fargo, North Dakota
Oct. 30, 2020
This in-person event takes place at the Fargo Air Museum and is targeted at high school and college students (ages 16-22). The focus is to introduce young people to the vast array of career opportunities within the aviation industry. The Expo consists of industry leaders, exhibitors, aircraft displays, guest speakers, and of course – scholarships. More...
NBAA Virtual Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
Dec. 2-3, 2020
VBACE will be the first, completely immersive online business aviation trade show. The two-day event is free for NBAA members to attend and will incorporate many of the traditional elements of NBAA’s live events, including over 200 virtual 3D exhibit booths, two keynotes, press conferences, education sessions and more. More...
Sun ‘n Fun Holiday Flying Festival and Car Show
Lakeland, Florida
Dec. 4-5, 2020
The two-day fly-in/drive-in event will include numerous aircraft displays, a large airplane and car show, plus food vendors, live music, and many other activities, held on the Sun ‘n Fun Expo Campus at the Lakeland Linder International Airport. Admission is free, parking is $20 per vehicle, and proceeds will benefit Sun ‘n Fun’s Aerospace Center for Excellence STEM education programs. More...
International Women in Aviation Conference
Reno, Nevada
March 11-13, 2021
Join more than 4,000 industry professionals at the 32nd annual International Women in Aviation Conference at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. Don't miss inspiring keynote speakers, professional development seminars, education sessions, exhibits, and scholarship awards.
AEA International Convention & Trade Show
Dallas, Texas
March 15-18, 2021
Aviation's technology experts will convene for the 64th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show, the largest gathering of general aviation avionics manufacturers, distributors and government-certified repair stations in the world. Avionics professionals will have access to more than 100 hours of technical training and professional development courses. Early-bird registration is available Nov. 1 through Dec. 31. More...
New Orleans, Louisiana
March 22-25, 2021
Looking for your next aircraft, vendor, mentor, job, or professional development or employment opportunity? You’ll find them all in New Orleans with endless networking and hundreds of education courses with 18,000 industry professionals and 700 exhibitors. More...
$100 Mystery Make and Model Challenge
Congratulations to Gerald Ferriss of The Home Depot Aviation, who won a $100 Visa gift card, courtesy of Southeast Aerospace, for being the first person to submit the correct answer in this month's Mystery Make and Model challenge featured in the previous issue of AEA Wired. The unit is an Avionics West EC-200.

Avionics technicians can put their "inside" knowledge to work in the next issue of AEA Wired. Stay tuned for the next Mystery Make and Model challenge!
Avionics Training and Professional Development Classes
Basic Wiring & Avionics Installation (sold-out)
Nov. 2-4, 2020
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for certificated repairmen, new avionics technicians, aviation maintenance technicians and recent graduates interested in improving or acquiring the skills necessary to perform avionics installations. This three-day seminar employs in-depth theory and hands-on lab exercises to immerse the attendee in the best practices used to plan, manage, and install a general aviation avionics panel.
ADS-B Configuration, Testing & Troubleshooting (10 seats remain)
Nov. 5, 2020
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for currently employed repair station personnel and installers of ADS-B systems. Approximately 7% of all general aviation ADS-B installations are non-compliant based on the FAA’s ADS-B Performance Monitoring System. This course focuses on the proper configuration and testing of ADS-B installations to ensure your installation meets the performance requirements and regulations. Also included are troubleshooting tips and tricks that will help you resolve the common problems found in ADS-B installations.
Digital Databus Theory & Analysis Training (7 seats remain)
Nov. 6, 2020
Lee's Summit, Missouri
As today’s modern airplanes become much more technologically advanced, so must the professionals who maintain them. The advanced avionics and instrumentation systems used in these aircraft rely on various forms of digital databus communication. Understanding digital databus theory is becoming more and more important for avionics technicians, and even A&P mechanics, to effectively test and troubleshoot these highly advanced aircraft systems.
Certified Repair Station Training (6 seats remain)
Dec. 7-11, 2020
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This weeklong course provides an interactive environment to learn, understand and implement the regulations that govern repair station design and operations. Current quality managers, technicians, mechanics, and repairmen who are involved in the management of a repair station as well as individuals looking to establish a 14 CFR Part 145 repair station should attend. This program will review the regulations applicable to a U.S.-certificated repair station engaged in maintenance, preventive maintenance and alterations of U.S.-registered aircraft, components or accessories.
PFD Installation & Integration (15 seats remain)
Jan. 13-15, 2021
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have completed the AEA’s Basic Wiring & Avionics Installation Course and/or have a couple years of basic avionics installation practice and are looking for more experience integrating common general aviation installations. Technicians will learn how to plan, install, interface, configure and check out an installation consisting of a Garmin GTN 650 touchscreen nav/comm/GPS, Garmin GTX 345 transponder and dual Garmin GI 275 primary flight displays.
Bench Basics 101 (15 seats remain)
Jan. 18-19, 2021
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have completed the AEA’s Basic Wiring course and/or have a couple of years of basic avionics installation practice, familiar with basic soldering skills and are looking for experience in LRU bench testing and avionics flight line testing. ADS-B transponder systems, nav/ILS and VHF comms will be the focus of study. Technicians will fabricate a general-purpose test panel, a bench test harness, and a transponder test harness that they will use in the course.
NAV/COMM Equipment Service Training (15 seats remain)
Jan. 20, 2021
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have completed the AEA’s Bench Basics 101 course and/or have a couple of years of basic avionics installation practice and are looking for experience in LRU bench testing and avionics flight line testing. NAV/ILS will be the focus of study.
Transponder Service Training (15 seats remain)
Jan. 21, 2021
Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have completed the AEA’s Bench Basics 101 course and/or have a couple of years of basic avionics installation practice and are looking for experience in LRU bench testing and avionics flight line testing. ADS-B transponder systems, NAV/ILS and VHF comms will be the focus of study.
Pitot-Static & Transponder Testing & Inspection with ADS-B Implementation (15 seats remain)
Jan. 22, 2021
Lee's Summit, Missouri
Attendees will learn the proper methods for conducting pitot-static and transponder tests and inspections. This full-day course offers hands-on training, including a regulatory review and an explanation of the proper administrative procedures for completing these critical certifications. With so many questions surrounding ADS-B, this course will provide the answers and what you need to know.
News from AEA Member Companies
FreeFlight Systems is hosting a dual-band datalink webinar on Nov. 18 to learn how your organization can gain additional capabilities through ADS-B.

Cobham Aerospace Connectivity’s RT-7000 Airborne Tactical Radio received technical standard order authorization from the FAA. Authorizations granted by the FAA for the RT-7000 include TSO 113b, for Airborne Multifunction Display, and TSO 169a, for VHF Communication Radio-ATC, which will permit operators to consolidate their ATC and mission radios, conserving space and weight and reducing pilot workload.

Duncan Aviation announced its October webinar topic; on Friday, Oct. 30, at 11 a.m. CDT, Duncan Aviation avionics sales rep Jeff Simmons will be joined by Tom Simon, Terry Moser, and George Palmer from Collins Aerospace to discuss the Pro Line Fusion Upgrade for Citation CJ1+, CJ2+, and CJ3. Duncan Aviation also named Troy Nail airframe service sales manager for its Lincoln, Nebraska, and Provo, Utah, facilities.

Genesys Aerosystems and XP Services announced FAA STC approval of the Genesys modernized avionics suite for the UH-60A and EH-60A Black Hawk. While available as a complete avionics suite upgrade, the avionics building block design provides Black Hawk operators the flexibility of an incremental upgrade path to support constrained budgets and installation timeframes. The suite upgrade replaces legacy gyros with solid-state, lightweight, digital attitude/heading reference system.

Astronics Corp. announced that the United States and Canada approved Astronics' Max-Viz 1400 and 1200 Enhanced Vision Systems for Airbus Helicopter's AS350 Écureuil. Astronics also announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Astronics Test Systems was awarded an approximately $30 million contract to develop and supply consolidated test systems to railway rolling stock manufacturer Stadler US Inc.

Honeywell’s Compact Fly-By-Wire system was selected by Pipistrel for the Nuuva V300 cargo unmanned aerial vehicle, choosing a modern, lightweight system with a proven architecture ideally suited for its autonomous cargo UAV. Honeywell also acquired assets from privately held Ballard Unmanned Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Southborough, Mass.-based Ballard Power Systems Inc.

FlightSafety Textron Aviation Training now offers King Air 360 pilot training at the Tampa Learning Center, and courses for maintenance technicians who support the aircraft at the Wichita Maintenance Learning Center.

Metro Aviation was visited by Mission Health’s Mountain Area Medical Airlift to take delivery of its new Airbus EC145e, the lightweight twin-engine helicopter that has become increasingly sought after throughout the air medical industry.

Collins Aerospace Systems announced the expansion of an existing 10-year FlightSense On-Site Support agreement for Collins Aerospace’s Integrated Drive Generators. The expanded contract will add new IDG part numbers for the Airbus A320neo, while Collins Aerospace will continue to manage Fokker Services’ on-site inventory of IDG components. Fokker Services will now be able to repair Collins Aerospace IDGs for the A320neo at its Amsterdam Airport Schiphol facilities.
Astronautics Corporation of America’s AFI4700 RoadRunner Electronic Flight Instrument System was delivered to Santa Barbara County Sheriff-Fire Air Support Unit recently when it accepted the first retrofitted Sikorsky HH-60L helicopter from Arista Aviation, located in Enterprise, Alabama.

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies launched a new line of pre-tinned and embossed SMP and SMPM connector bodies for PCB applications that reduces cost and installation time while increasing reliability for those in the space and military and defense markets.

Flying Colours Corp. introduced a new digital training program to support the company’s continuous improvement policy. The in-house eLearning platform is designed to deliver a long-term solution for sharing knowledge and skills across the company as it follows its ambitious expansion plans. Flying Colours Corp. also named Scott Meyer to the new role of chief operating officer.

Ace Aeronautics announced the grand opening of its aircraft paint booth and media blast facility located in Guntersville, Alabama, which will add to the company’s extensive list of capabilities, providing military, commercial and general aviation customers an additional
component offering or turnkey service.

Clay Lacy Aviation added a 14-passenger Gulfstream GV, a 14-passenger Gulfstream G450, an 11-passenger Gulfstream GIV-SP and a seven-passenger Citation CJ3 to its nationwide charter fleet of managed business jets.

Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions announced the industry’s highest density NAND flash memory device for a range of demanding space applications.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced the fifth Gulfstream G700 flight-test aircraft has taken flight, just three weeks after the fourth G700 flew for the first time. Gulfstream also announced it is streamlining and modernizing its customer service and support experiences by leveraging new and expanded facilities throughout its network.

Pentastar Aviation Charter, Inc. announced the successful renewal of its ARGUS Platinum Rating, which places it in the top 5% of over 1,000 U.S.-based charter operators.

Rosen Aviation announced new large format OLEDs are coming in 2021. Sizes range from 48 inches to 65 inches, and there is potential for even larger sizes as development progresses and availability increases.

Fargo Jet Center celebrated its 25th anniversary in September 2020. FJC was established in 1995 when its sister company, Weather Modification International, moved its headquarters to Fargo, North Dakota, and sought an opportunity to start an aviation service company while supporting its fleet of aircraft. 
AEA Opens the Door to Your Future: AEA.net/Jobs
For individuals interested in pursuing professional opportunities in the avionics industry, the job listings page on the AEA website is your one-stop resource. The AEA jobs board provides informational links on how to get AET certified, an avionics technician job summary and wage review, along with scholarship opportunities within the industry. Search the AEA's job listings and see what's on your horizon. Are you up to the challenge? More...
Need to Post a Job? The AEA Works for You!
Is your business hiring? The AEA jobs board makes it easier for AEA members to find their next avionics technician, quality manager, inspector, sales representative or engineer.

AEA members may submit a free job posting after entering their username and password at AEA.net/Jobs. Member companies that optionally choose to upgrade their job posting for a premium will have preferred online placement and also will be published in the next edition of Avionics News. For more information about premium job listings, contact Rachel Hill, AEA advertising executive, at rachelh@aea.net.
About the AEA
Founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than 40 countries, including government-certified international repair stations specializing in maintenance, repair and installation of avionics and electronic systems in general aviation aircraft. The AEA membership also includes manufacturers of avionics equipment, instrument repair facilities, instrument manufacturers, airframe manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, major distributors, engineers and educational institutions.
Aircraft Electronics Association
3570 NE Ralph Powell Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64064
Phone: 816-347-8400
Fax: 816-347-8405
Email: info@aea.net
Web: aea.net 
Rachel Hill, AEA director of advertising
Phone: 816-366-5109
Email: rachelh@aea.net

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