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Welcome to Connector Corner by Air Electro Inc. Information and news about the cutting-edge industry of electrical connectors, defense contracts, aviation, aerospace, defense, and industrial automation and functionality.  Air Electro Inc. (AEI) has been serving and excelling in this thriving industry for over 65 years,  Originally founded by a US Marine Veteran, the team takes great pride in continuing to be a now third-generation family-owned and operated company.  Our industry is aerospace, military and defense, and industrial applications around the globe.

NATO’s New Surveillance Drone Begins Test Flights Over the Mediterranean

The first of five new NATO surveillance drones began test flights over the Mediterranean Sea this month, nudging the alliance toward a new capability meant to relieve the demand for U.S. equipment. The flights took off from Sigonella air base in Sicily, Italy, the future headquarters of the Northrop Grumman-made Global Hawks of the Alliance
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Radiall RF Connectors

Radiofrequency (RF) connectors are electrical connectors that work with signals in the multi-megahertz range. They prevent outside signals from interfering with the information passing through coaxial cables. These connectors also enable signals to travel efficiently and reliably.  RF connectors are used in a wide variety of applications, including antennas, Wi-Fi devices, radio systems and more.
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Historic SpaceX Launch Postponed Due to Weather

SpaceX and NASA will have to wait at least a few more days for their historic spaceflight. Launch officials announced at 4:17 p.m. Wednesday that rough weather would prevent a SpaceX rocket and capsule from taking off from a Florida launch pad, carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley on the first crewed spaceflight to take
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Virgin Orbit Gets Thumbs-Up for Space Force Launches from Guam

VOX Space has received approval to launch payloads into orbit from Guam, the company announced May 7, and its first launch there will place experimental cubesats on orbit for various government agencies. The Virgin Orbit subsidiary said it signed an agreement with the Department of the Air Force that will allow it to conduct launch
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