Norm Hill Aviation has donated thirteen Rolls-Royce Spey engines to the College of Aeronautics at Hallmark University. Certainly, these will serve as a much valuable study material for students who are enrolled in Airframe & Powerplant Degree program.
These engines are used in many of the famous aircraft that are in use today, ranging from the attack aircraft to private business jets.
Hallmark University’s College of Aeronautics made the announcement that more applications for these engines will be developed, which will further increase their expertise in the field of aeronautics.
Sometime back, Hallmark University has received the famous Gulfstream III (GIII) business jet which enabled it to develop new training programs and curriculum for their students.
Gulfstream Aerospace the makers of GIII showed their magnanimous side by donating certain equipment and technologies which could be used by students for their training on the aircraft.
Rolls-Royce Spey engines are used in this particular business jet. Students at Hallmark University will certainly have a rich learning experience as they get to study these engines and how they work on Gulfstream III.
According to Doretta Gutierrez, Dean for the College of Aeronautics at Hallmark University, students looked excited as they watched the engines being unloaded from the trucks.
The university will work to develop projects and acquire stands and equipment to start the working on these engines. Students are waiting as to when the projects on these engines will start.
This is the most recent donation that has been received by the university. This past year, a number of aeronautical assets were received by the university to advance their long-standing aviation program.
Hallmark University is highly dedicated in providing valuable learning experience to its students and the community. This is the reason why students of San Antonio and Hallmark high schools like to enroll in the unique aviation training provided here.
The aviation program run by Hallmark University are said to be one of the best in the United States and these donations to the College of Aeronautics has further improved the Airframe & Powerplant program that is provided here.