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Out in space, yet down-to-earth, Hamilton Sundstrand manufactures commercial/military systems for space, land, and sea. A unit of United Technologies (UTC), the company's Aerospace and Industrial segments make original equipment (OE) and aftermarket systems and components for power generation; flight, engine, and environmental control; and fire detection. It also makes products for chemical/biological detection, solar power, underwater propulsion, and missile and satellite applications. NASA is a customer. Industrial division's companies -- Milton Roy, Sullair, and Sundyne...
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Alain M. Bellemare
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Diego, CA (US) – Reviewed Oct 31, 2013
Interview Details The interview was very friendly, and I was interviewed by three people in a "round robin" type fashion by the cell manager and two Manufacturing Engineers from my future cell. They asked pointed questions that drew me into discussing my various qualifications without my feeling that I was being… – Full Interview
The question, "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" was entirely unexpected, but I replied, "Still doing my best work possible for this company." – Answer Question