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Aerospace & Defense Forum

The Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of the Aerospace & Defense Forum will hold monthly meetings (every third Thursday of the month) at UTARI. The mission of this 1200-member Aerospace & Defense Forum community is to promote communication, collaboration and commerce among leaders in the A&D industry.

The first meeting of the DFW Chapter of the Aerospace & Defense Forum meets Thursday morning, August 13

When: 7:30AM to 9:00AM (every third Thursday of each month)

Where: UTARI

            7300 Jack Newell Boulevard South

            Fort Worth, TX 76118-7115

            817-272-5900

            www.uta.edu/utari

 
Breakfast is Provided

 

 

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