AFD compliance verification engineers (CVEs) have extensive experience across many military platforms and programmes.
Chief Engineer, Jerrod Hartley, begin his career in 1988 at BAES as an aircraft ﬁtter and eventually joined the Stress Oﬃce to work on Tornado, Hawk, and Typhoon fast jet projects. Jerrod later worked for Fokker in The Netherlands, supporting the NH90 military helicopter production campaign, and responsible for the full-scale testing of the empennage in Munich and Amsterdam.
Structures Lead Engineer, Lisa Chambers, began her career in 1998 at BAES also as an aircraft ﬁtter before joining the Stress Oﬃce to work on the JSF fast jet project. Lisa later returned to BAES to work on Typhoon check stress. Prior to joining AFD, Lisa was working in Sweden, assigned to the T-X military training aircraft collaboration between SAAB and Boeing.
A team of AFD engineers also worked on several BAES UAV platforms via Marshall-Slingsby, including HERTI and MANTIS.
Australian MOD MRH90 Military Helicopter – Weapon Mount Integration
UK MOD PUMA Military Helicopter – Repair, Modification and Upgrade
UK MOD H135 Defence Helicopter – Repair, Modification and Upgrade
Pakistan MOD Sea King Helicopter – Radar Upgrade Integration
Portuguese MOD Dassault Falcon 50 Aircraft – Extensive Avionics Upgrade
Airbus A400M Military Transport Aircraft – Design Support to Cargo Floor
Lockheed Martin F16 - Forebody Integration to Test Sled for MBA Ejection Seat