FAUN Trackway USA, Inc

 

Membership Class: Associate Member Since: 2016

 

Official Representative:  Michael Holdcraft
Title:  Vice President Business Development
Phone: +1 202-459-0802 Fax:
email:  mike.holdcraft@fauntrackway.com Web Site:  www.fauntrackway.com

Address:  FAUN Trackway USA, Inc

1655 N Fort Myer Dr, Suite 950

Arlington, VA  22209

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Profile

FAUN Trackway USA, Inc design and manufacture world leading innovative solutions for the ground mobility of vehicles and aircraft. Developed for the UK MoD, Trackway® is in active use by over 40 armed forces worldwide.

FAUN’s modular aviation systems provide rapid infrastructure solutions for aircraft, helicopter and UAV landing, take-off and recovery. FAUN systems are used to repair runways and create aircraft parking and service areas.

 

Aircraft Landing Mat (ALM)

FAUN's Aircraft Landing Mat (ALM) solutions are rapidly deployable and suitable for long or short term installation. Developed for the Royal Air Force, FAUN's Aircraft Landing Mat provides a complete contingency airstrip that can be laid by an experienced team in less than 24 hours.

 

Helicopter Landing Mat (HLM)

FAUN's Helicopter Landing Mat is a versatile aluminium helipad suitable for a wide variety of aircraft in both military and civilian applications. HLM reduces brownout and foreign object damage.

Developed for the Royal Air Force, Helicopter Landing Mats are available in a variety of sizes to provide a solid foundation for aircraft landing and forward operating service. HLM is heat resistant for jet helicopters (e.g. Apache) and available NATO palletised for quick deployment.

 

UAV Landing Mats (UAV)

FAUN UAVLM’s were developed for the Australian Defence Forces, are palletised in kit form and easily deployed by hand. UAVLM are reusable, 100% recyclable and can be broken down and re-assembled in a different location.

 

Rapid Runway Repair (RRR)

FAUN's Rapid Runway Repair (RRR) Bomb Damage Repair Mats enable critical sections of a damaged airfield to be repaired in order for flying operations to be resumed following an enemy attack.

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