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Employees of Aerospace Visited by Government

On Monday, more than 150 Employees from aerospace and defence firms gathered at Southern Arkansas Tech University to honour Gov. Asa Hutchinson for his role in producing crucial components for missile systems that Ukrainians have deployed to defend their homeland against the Russian invasion. The governor informed them that their effort equips the globe to fight freedom in Ukraine and many other countries.

Governor Hutchinson stated, “Your continuous commitment to creating state-of-the-art and highly technological components and propulsion systems has made the difference for Ukraine.” “Thanks to your efforts, Ukraine has astonished its invaders by mounting a robust defence against a brutal assault. Camden is in a key front-line location to help the Ukrainians stop the Russian army from taking over their country.”

The Highland Industrial Park Employees over 2,700 people who make explosive munitions for a variety of weapons, including tank killers, anti-air (cq) defences, and other missiles. The event drew participants from many parts of the workforce. Arkansas Secretary of Commerce Mike Preston pointed out that the aerospace and defence industry is the state’s top export. Since 1944, the Camden labour has been making weaponry.

Workers and businesses in the Camden region have long supported the front lines of freedom defence, first in Europe and the Pacific, and now in Ukraine and NATO countries. Professor Kateryna Pitchford, an assistant professor at Central Baptist College in Conway and a native of Ukraine, addressed the Employees. No one imagined this barbarous invasion in my native country of Ukraine in the twenty-first century. While Putin’s aggression kills children and women and destroys a peaceful way of life, your labour here provides defence weaponry to the Ukrainian army.

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