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Marvin Test Solutions Demonstrates Next-Generation Armament Test Solutions at Paris Air Show
Date:6/18/2013

PARIS, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Paris Air Show – Marvin Test Solutions (formerly known as Geotest-Marvin Test Systems), a leading provider of innovative test solutions for military and commercial aerospace industries, is demonstrating its solutions this week at the Paris Air Show in booth 3-C82. With growing challenges including increasingly complex armament systems with longer lifecycles, industry leaders are demanding efficient, feature-rich, specialized aerospace test solutions that address legacy system obsolescence. Marvin Test Solutions has the expertise to meet those demands, and will be showcasing multiple armament test systems at the show.

"As a Retired USAF Major General leading a company with deep experience in armament test, I constantly see the significant challenges in testing today's cutting edge armament systems," said Steve Sargeant, Marvin Test Solutions CEO and The Marvin Group Vice President for Strategic Development. "Our team at the Paris Air Show looks forward to meeting with military and industry leaders this week and demonstrating how our solutions solve the space, energy, and ultimately, maintenance and sustainment test challenges that are of utmost concern in this industry."

Next-Generation Aerospace Test: The Challenge
Over the years, 4th and 5th generation aircraft have received numerous upgrades to avionics and armament systems. From the F-22 to the A-10, all aircraft now possess "smart" (Mil-STD 1553 and 1760) weapons technology and enhancements to legacy weapons. Today's armament systems bear little resemblance to the original systems; yet, maintainers are still required to use the same or similar armament circuits preload test set (ACPTS) combined with big-box test equipment fielded to verify that these sophisticated armament and mun
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