Marc Sierdsma was employed with us for several years. He is a key member of team Battlefield. Marc retired October 30th 2020. Marc performed critical CNC set up functions with us. We miss his highly technical abilities and his “always” cheerful, friendly and warm personality here every day, but know he is loving retirement. He is loved by everyone here. Marc drops by from time to time and we love his visits because it is a reminder that a workplace is more than just about making a profit. It’s building a team that actually love being together and tackle challenges collaboratively resulting in friendships that last long after retirement. I hope to spend time with Marc watching some hockey games our grandsons play in the local area. Here is a pic of his visit today. -- Steve Fenton
Bluebird Aero Systems – a leading global developer and provider of superior micro, mini and small tactical unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) has selected Battlefield’s Theatre Proven Endurolink™ (EL Series) quick coupling solutions to support their latest contract for 150 UAVs worth tens of millions of euros. We are pleased to be working with such an incredible company and proven aircraft. Congratulations to Ronen Nadir and his Team for securing this critical contract!
Being agile for our customers and enabling sales to drive production requires exceptional managers who think “long term”. Agility = Winning Contracts. Our Quality Systems Manager: Joe Rabcaniak, managed the most flawless AS9100 rev D audit in our history while still driving agility. (Textron’s Aerosonde HQ in foreground)
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On April 18th 2021, Battlefield lost a very important member of our family. Darin Robinson was a man of integrity, soft spoken, humble and incredibly well liked by everyone he communicated with. He was task oriented and highly valued here for both his competence in his work, reliability and promptness as well as his ability to manage and mentor others including our owners son last summer. Darin had a great sense of humor and I would characterize it as the dry kind of humor. Our staff were in tears today in learning the news. We are praying for his family in finding ways to cope with this immeasurable loss.