CH-47 Chinook

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Boeing’s Chinook CH-47 is a multi-mission, heavy-lift military transport helicopter.  First introduced in 1962, they comprise five different variants (A, B, C, D, and F).  The craft’s primary mission is to transport soldiers, artillery, ammo, and supplies to the battlefield.  Other uses include medical, civilian / refugee evacuation, parachute cargo drops, search and rescue, and disaster relief. Since this rotor-airframe’s introduction, 1,179 have been built. Impresa supports Boeing’s continued evolution of this versatile machine.

 

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Mission

 

Our mission is simple: Be the trusted source for aerospace structures – from the smallest details to the most complex assemblies.

 

Capabilities

 

Our plants in Gardena and Wichita enable us to efficiently perform operations such as:

Facilities

 

Our expansive and efficient plants, featuring Lean Cellular lines, are flexible enough to process everything from one-off prototypes to large volumes of complex assemblies. Located in Gardena, California and Wichita, Kansas we’re poised to deliver on time and on budget.