Crane Army STEM Program
Helps Local High School
Crane Army, through its Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics program, is supporting a local Indiana high school by getting it a Benchmill 6000 machine for its Project Lead the Way program.
During a visit to Washington High School Feb. 10, Crane Army officials saw PLTW's Computer Integrated Manufacturing class and talked with students about future careers related to STEM. The students have been studying how to create G and M codes to program in order to machine their initials in a block of wood.
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72 years of Service
Crane Army Commander Col. Joe Dixon speaks at the Crane Community 72nd Anniversary Lunch Social hosted by IND-KY George Rogers Clark Chapter of the Nat'l Defense Industrial Assoc.
Training for Better Safety
Crane Army recently purchased and installed 37 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in its buildings in an effort to improve the chances of employees who might suffer from cardiac arrest.