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Aviation Students Attend 2009 Helicopter Expo

From left, Seacat, Weston and Swanger Stepp is flanked by Fantoni (left) and Miller, who work for Keystone building the S-92 helicopterThree sophomores and two graduates in the aviation maintenance technology major at Penn College attended the 2009 Heli-Expo held Feb. 22-24 in Anaheim, Calif.. Attending were students Nathaniel A. Seacat, Lititz; Joshua E. Swanger, Northumberland; and Miles H. Weston, Newport, Va.; and alumni Wesley C. Miller, Reading, and Daniel C. Fantoni, Nottingham. Miller and Fantoni are employed by Keystone Helicopter, a division of Sikorsky Global Helicopters, in Coatesville. They participated in manufacturers’ technical briefings and a job fair. William Stepp III, associate professor of aviation, also attended. Photos provided by William Stepp III

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