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Corporate Partner to Be Featured on Science Channel


Lycoming Engines, a longtime partner of Penn College’s aviation program providing scholarships to students and jobs to graduates, will be featured on the “How It’s Made” show at 9 p.m. Friday on The Science Channel. “Our engines are always in high demand in the general aviation market because of our technology, commitment to quality and continuous improvement,” said Ian Walsh, Lycoming’s senior vice president and general manager. “The transformation of our operations has given us a world-class facility to go with our premier workforce and processes. We are a natural fit for ‘How It’s Made’ and we are proud to have taken part in it.”

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