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Sage Cheshire, Inc. has over 40 years of experience in design, engineering, research & development and prototype or finished production. Our team of highly qualified engineers and composite fabrication specialists provide services for many of the leading aerospace companies. From prototyping to one-off specialty fabrication to master-tooling to on/off-site testing of specialty components, Sage Cheshire is uniquely positioned at the nexus of next-generation aerospace vehicle development and production.

Sage Cheshire Aerospace services include engineering, design, analysis, testing, field support, CNC gantry milling for large master forms, CNC plasma cutting, CNC water jet cutting, CNC milling, metal forming and assembly, composite fabrication and tooling, rapid prototyping, white-light or laser scanning, reverse engineering and electrical design & fabrication.

Sage Cheshire Aerospace is proud to be the prime contractor for the Red Bull Stratos mission. On Sunday, October 14, 2012, Sage Cheshire's purpose-built pressure capsule transported Felix Baumgartner to the edge of space, allowing him to perform the world's highest human free-fall to earth. Many records were set on and around this mission, from the breaking of the sound barrier during Felix's free-fall descent to the number of viewers live-streaming the event via the internet.

 
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July 10, 2014

9th Physiological Support Squadron at Beale AFB

On 26 June 2014 the 9th Physiological Support Squadron held a change of command ceremony at Beale Air Force Base in Northern  California. Lt Col Brian T. Musselman passed his command via Col. Jody L. Ocker, Commander, 9th Medical Group to the new and current commander of the 9th PSPTS Lt. Col. Lance Annicelli.

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Sage Cheshire Aerospace has collaborated with the 9th PSPTS on high-altitude projects and our technology is helping train a new generation of high-flying pilots anticipate and mitigate risk in the lethal environment in which they operate.

The 9th PSPTS does amazing work around the globe and we support their mission with practical lessons learned on Stratos as well as with realistic training mockups. The origins of physiological support of high-altitude reconnaissance can be traced back to the 1950s when the U-2 first went into service, venturing past the Armstrong line where humans cannot exist without the proper equipment.

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There are many specialty units like the 9th PSPTS in our armed forces and they don’t always get the credit they deserve. Congratulations to outgoing Commander Lt Col Brian Musselman on a job well done and sincere wishes to incoming Commander Lt Col Lance Annicelli for success in your new post.
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The U2 fuselage mock up built at Sage Cheshire Aerospace.  Studies from testing conducted on Red Bull Stratos with the Sage Cheshire Aerospace science and engineering team along with chief physiologist Dr. Andrew Pilmanis contributed to changes on high altitude flight profiles.  Operating with higher cabin altitude pressure as on the Red Bull Stratos capsule has reduced DCS decompression sickness for long high altitude flights.

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