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Smith, Robert (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 70, No. 4 (January 1966)

Smith, R. J.
"Two precious days",   pp. 11-13


Page 12


      ACCELERATED DEFENSE PROJECTS OPEN NEW
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG ENGINEERS AT ALLISON
Young graduate engineers will find broad new opportunities
created by Allison's expanding capabilities in the defense area.
  Allison long has been recognized as a leader in design,
development and production of advanced aircraft power sys-
tems, as well as power transmissions for military tracklaying
vehicles. As the energy conversion division of General Motors,
Allison also is making significant contributions in advanced
aerospace and nuclear technology.
  Now, with the assignment of responsibility to operate the
Army's Cleveland Tank-Automotive Plant, Allison is taking
on a new dimension to its capability in the design, develop-
ment and production of complex military weapons systems.
  Thus, Allison represents a versatile opportunity for en-
gineers in the application of advanced technologies to aero-
space propulsion systems, and armored military vehicle sys-
tems-including one of their principal components, power
transmissions.
  In addition, an expanding volume of work in commercial
fields gives a solid base to these urgently needed military
programs.
  Chances are, the opportunity of your choice awaits you at
Allison. Talk to our representative when he visits your cam-
pus. Or, write for our brochure describing opportunities in
the creative environment at Allison. Send your request to:
Mr. R. C. Martz, Director of Personnel, Allison Division,
General Motors Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana.
      Allison GM
      THE ENERGY CONVERSION DIVISION OF
      GENERAL MOTORS, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA  General Motors
    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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JANUARY, 1966


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