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  1. How Gallagher found Sierra CompletionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    "When Dan Gallagher took over from Mark Earle [as airport director] he looked through a stack of business cards in Earle's desk drawer," said Mayor Steve Bach last week. "One of the cards was from Sierra Nevada Corporation, so Dan called them."

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  2. National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend Hits RenoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | KOLO-TV Reno

    Think Kindness and Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada didn't let the snow stop them from selling cookies at the Reno Town Mall. And this time, it's with several Nevada non-profit organizations: Blue Star Moms of Nevada, Food for Thought, NV Citizen Project, Camp Lotsafun, Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Children's Cabinet of Nevada, Reno/Sparks Gospel Mission, CAAW, and the Salvation Army Food Bank.

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  3. 3S Certification Receives Expanded Organization Designation...Read the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | PRWeb

    Sierra Nevada Corporation announces that the Federal Aviation Administration recently expanded its subsidiary, 3S Certification LLC's, Organization Designation Authorization . "We are very excited as this certification authority provides a baseline for our 3S Subsidiaries to begin capturing activities in the helicopter market for all types of modifications and integrations requiring STCs," said SNC's President Eren Ozmen.

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  4. Holland & Hart Represents Sierra Nevada Corporation in 328 Support...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | PRWeb

    Holland & Hart LLP represented long-standing client Sierra Nevada Corporation in the successful acquisition of a UK- and Germany-based aircraft company, 328 Support Services GmbH , and its affiliated entities Holland & Hart LLP represented long-standing client Sierra Nevada Corporation in the successful acquisition of a UK- and Germany-based aircraft company, 328 Support Services GmbH , and its affiliated entities. The completion of the acquisition was announced Feb. 6 in a joint press release from SNC and 328, the owner of the type certificate and intellectual property rights for design, manufacturing, maintenance, and certification of the 200 existing Dornier 328 prop and jet aircraft.

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  5. Lengthy Spacewalk Readies ISS for Private Crew CapsulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | PC Magazine

    ... as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program. In 2012, NASA awarded $1.1 billion to Boeing, SpaceX, and Sierra Nevada Corporation to design and develop vehicles that could carry astronauts into space within five years. Last year, the space agency ...

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  6. Sierra deal could give Springs wingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Aerospace firm Sierra Nevada Corp. announced last week that its subsidiary has chosen Colorado Springs as the site for an $88-million high-end aircraft completions complex, which will create an estimated 2,100 jobs Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of SNC that launched in October, chose the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport after months of negotiations with cities including Charleston, S.C. "This is really exciting for the community and for the airport," said COS Director of Aviation Dan Gallagher. "This is going to have positive ripple effects throughout the community, and we're really excited about that."

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  7. NASA Prepares ISS for Commercial FlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | PC Magazine

    ... by 2017 as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program. In 2012, NASA awarded $1.1 billion to Boeing, SpaceX, and Sierra Nevada Corporation to design and develop vehicles that could carry astronauts into space within five years. Last year, the space ...

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  8. Good jobs coming, flu going, pot money disappears, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Colorado Springs Independent

    The Colorado Economic Development Commission announced last week that it would provide incentives to bring a subsidiary of Centennial-based Sierra Nevada Corp. to Colorado Springs and along with it, 1,323 jobs paying an average annual wage of $83,720. The state will supply $23.2 million in incentives, including tax incentives, to the aviation manufacturer.

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  9. Space shuttle astronauts selected for Hall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Xenia Daily Gazette

    ... the Astronaut Office, and Chief of the Astronaut Office. In July 2011, Lindsey retired from NASA and joined Sierra Nevada Corporation to lead the Dream Chaser spacecraft flight operations. Each year, inductees are selected by a committee of Hall of ...

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  10. One Commercial Space Company Mulling Plan 'B'Read the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | Aero-News Network

    The competition was experienced and well-funded, but Sierra Nevada Corp still felt it had a really good shot at getting a Commercial Crew contract from NASA as it looks to stop relying on Russia for transportation to the International Space Station. It didn't happen that way, of course.

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  11. Sierra Completions Moves Forward On Development PlansRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 14 | Aero-News Network

    Bolstered by crucial local and state economic development incentives, Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation , stands one step closer in their plans to build its proposed high-end aircraft completions complex at the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport. The overall incentives were critical to Sierra Completions' decision to locate in Colorado.

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  12. More jobs announced in the Pikes Peak regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs

    A winning week on the job front for the Pikes Peak region after 2,100 jobs were announced by Sierra Nevada Corp. on Thursday. The news got even better Friday when Rocky Mountain Materials and Asphalt announced it is looking to fill over 200 open positions.

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  13. Grounded: Losing the contracting race to restore America to spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | The Washington Post

    They had been waiting for this moment for the better part of a decade - the announcement from NASA on who would build the next spaceship to take astronauts to the International Space Station. Sierra Nevada Corp., a more than 3,000-person outfit headquartered in Nevada, was a distinct underdog.

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  14. Sierra Nevada to bring 2,100 aerospace jobs to Colorado SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Canon City Daily Record Newspaper

    The Dream Chaser space vehicle is shown in 2013. The spacecraft was built by Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Space Systems, based in Louisville.

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  15. Sierra Nevada lands $23M in state incentives to build Springs facilityRead the original story

    Friday Feb 13 | The Boulder County Business Report

    Nevada-based Sierra Nevada Corp., which bases its Space Systems division in Louisville, received approval of a $23.2 million incentive package from the state Thursday to open a new division in Colorado Springs and create more than 1,300 jobs there. The Denver Business Journal reports that the $88 million campus will house SNC's new Sierra Completions division, which will "create jet interiors and overhaul aircraft for corporations and heads of state."

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  16. Economists say Nevada-based company will have huge impact on economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs

    Economists said Sierra Nevada Corporation's decision to open a subsidiary site in Colorado Springs would have huge benefits for the local economy. Sierra Nevada Corporation says it's one step closer to bringing new jobs to Colorado Springs after local and state economic incentives were approved.

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  17. Sierra Nevada to bring 2,100 jobs to Colorado SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Denver Post

    The state Economic Development Commission on Thursday agreed to provide $23.2 million in incentives to help Sierra Nevada Corp. locate a new subsidiary called Sierra Completions in Colorado Springs. The Nevada company, which has a large presence in Louisville and Centennial, announced Thursday that it plans to build an $88 million campus capable of housing more than 2,100 workers at the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport.

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  18. Nevada aerospace firm to add thousands of jobs in SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Bolstered by crucial local and state economic development incentives, Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation , stands one step closer in their plans to build its proposed high-end aircraft completions complex at the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport, according to a news release issued Thursday by the company. "The overall incentives were critical to Sierra Completions' decision to locate in Colorado," the release stated.

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  19. Major Step Forward on Development Plans for Sierra Completions Complex at Colorado Springs AirportRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | PRWeb

    Bolstered by crucial local and state economic development incentives, Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation , stands one step closer in their plans to build its proposed high-end aircraft completions complex at the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport. "Market studies have shown the Sierra Completions stage is set for success as it fills a niche currently being unmet in the aerospace industry," said SNC President Eren Ozmen.

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  20. Nevada company poised to bring 2,100 new jobs to Colorado SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs

    Sierra Nevada Corporation says it's one step closer to bringing new jobs to Colorado Springs after local and state economic incentives were approved. Plans call for Sierra Completions, a subsidiary of Sierra Nevada, to build a high-end aircraft completion complex in the Colorado Aerospace Park at the Colorado Springs Airport.

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