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Pilot John GSE, LLC
430 Executive Parkway
New Bern, NC 28562
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CAROLINA GSE DELIVERS SUPERIOR COMMUNICATION WITH NEW DAVID CLARK PARTNERSHIP AND HEADSETS

Carolina GSE, a global provider of aviation ground support equipment, avionics test equipment and consumables, is pleased to announce a new manufacturing partnership with David Clark Company. Regarded as an icon in the industry, David Clark headsets are recognized worldwide for their trademarked green domes and are the top choice of the aviation industry for their reliability, durability, comfort and ability to communicate clearly. From FBOs, MROs and the military, to maintenance crew on the ground to pilots in the cockpit, David Clark headsets satisfy the needs of aviation professionals everywhere. With this new partnership, Carolina GSE is equipped to distribute a wide array of David Clark aviation headsets, including its full line of aircraft tug pushback headsets in both wired and wireless options for communicating while performing a variety of ramp and maintenance operations including pushback. Also available are David Clark’s noise-reducing hearing protector headsets, aircraft deicing headsets engineered specifically for use during deicing applications, and headsets designed for aircraft and helicopter pilots in both passive and Electronic Noise Cancelling (ENC) options. “David Clark headsets are known for their unparalleled reliability and clear communication capabilities,” said John Werner, Carolina GSE president. “With this new partnership, Carolina GSE will support its customers with access to the highest quality headsets designed specifically for the aviation industry.” “We are very excited about our new business relationship with Carolina GSE,” said Fernando Serra, David Clark Company regional sales manager. “We look forward to working with our new ground support/aviation dealer in the Carolinas.” David Clark headsets are made in the U.S.A. and are backed by a 5-year warranty. To inquire about and place an order for David Clark headsets, please contact Carolina GSE at sales@carolinagse.com. About Carolina GSE Carolina GSE, based in eastern North Carolina, has built a reputation as a trusted global leader in the aviation service and sales industry. Along with providing diverse categories of ground support equipment and offering extensive repair and overhaul services, Carolina GSE offers avionics test equipment and consumables. Founded in 2001 with its headquarters in Greenville and its distribution and service facility in New Bern, Carolina GSE serves individual aircraft owners, corporate flight departments, FBOs, maintenance facilities (MROs), military, and commercial airlines. Visit www.carolinagse.com / www.pilotjohn.com for more information. About David Clark Company David Clark Company, Inc. is an American manufacturing company that designs and manufactures a wide variety of aerospace and industrial protective equipment, including pressure-space suit systems, anti-G suits, headsets, and several medical/safety products. In 1975, David Clark Company introduced the first noise-attenuating headset designed to provide hearing protection for pilots, while also providing clear reception and crisp transmission at normal voice levels in a noisy aircraft. Since then, the “green domes” have consistently set the standards of comfort, quality and performance in aviation headset design and manufacture. Today, its broad line of passive noise attenuating and Electronic Noise Cancelling (ENC) aviation headsets for both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft is the top choice for general aviation and commercial pilots. Visit www.davidclarkcompany.com for more information.

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