M7 Aerospace Names Edmund V. Self to the Position of Vice President - Aerostructures Manufacturing

San Antonio, Texas – M7 Aerospace has named Edmund V. Self to the position of Vice President - Aerostructures Manufacturing, with responsibility for M7's manufacturing and assembly operations.

Self brings more than 30 years of aerospace manufacturing experience to his new position. His most recent position was with Goodrich Engine Components, where he held the position of Vice President of Operations. He was also the VP of Operations at Marconi Precision Aerostructures, Wellington, Kansas facility and General Manager at Pratt & Whitney’s Columbus, Georgia facility. Self attended the Michigan Technical University earning a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering. He also attended the University of Wisconsin graduating with a Master of Business Administration. Aerostructures Manufacturing is one of M7's seven primary business activities. Through this business unit, M7 is a supplier to Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, AgustaWestland, Sikorsky, Bell Helicopter Textron, MD Helicopter and numerous other aerospace firms.

M7 Aerospace has established itself as an industry leader in supporting legacy aircraft fleets like the C-23 & C-26. M7 Aerospace’s Engineering, Manufacturing and Supply Chain teams have the knowledge, experience and resources to keep these older aircraft in service longer. M7 Aerospace is an integrated aerospace services company offering a full suite of aviation services through its seven business segments. M7 offers an integrated solutions approach to its government and commercial customers, crossing traditional market boundaries, both domestically and internationally.

The company’s seven integrated business segments include Aerostructures Manufacturing; Government Logistics Support Contracting; Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul; Engineering Services; Aircraft Parts and Service; Supply Chain Management, and Staffing & Business Solutions.

M7 Aerospace began operations in 2003 after acquiring the assets of Fairchild Aircraft. M7 remains the OEM for the fleet of Fairchild-built Metro, Merlin, Expediter and C-26 aircraft, and has transformed itself into a leading provider of aerospace and defense services. M7 operates from its 457,948 sq. ft. facility located on 22 acres at the San Antonio International Airport and employs nearly 500 people worldwide. Please visit the company’s Web site at www.m7aerospace.com