Precision Aviation Group (PAG) Announces Organizational Promotions and Changes
Precision Aviation Group (PAG), a provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defense industry, announces a series of organizational changes to align leadership resources with current business needs.
“As we continue to grow our business and expand our capabilities, making organizational changes to better position ourselves for continued success is critical,” says Jon Clarke, PAG president, MRO Services.
David Scarbrough will be promoted to the role of director of Repair Station Safety and Compliance for PAG. In this role, Scarbrough will have safety and compliance oversight for all of PAG’s repair stations worldwide. His 30+ years of experience and in-depth knowledge of PAG make him an excellent candidate for this position. Scarbrough started his career at PAG in 1993 and has played a significant role over the years as the business continued to grow and expand its capabilities. He has extensive experience performing compliance audits and has been instrumental in evaluating businesses that PAG has purchased over the years.
Brandon Yarbrough will be promoted to the position of accountable manager for Atlanta. Yarbrough brings over 25 years of experience into this role, having spent the last four years as the Repair Station manager. He has held numerous positions over the years that have provided him with the knowledge and experience necessary for his new role. His leadership will be invaluable in driving growth and expansion of the Atlanta product lines and capabilities.
Bryce English will be promoted to the role of Repair Station manager for Atlanta. English's promotion showcases his commitment and growth within the company since joining as a technician in 2016. His broad understanding of the repair station, coupled with his experience as a quality monitor and engineering assistant, equips him well for his new role.
“These promotions reflect PAG's commitment to recognizing and nurturing talent from within the organization to ensure continued success and rapid growth,” Clarke says. “Please join me in congratulating David, Brandon and Bryce as they embark on their new roles, and I'm confident that they will continue to receive the strong support of the team as they transition into their new responsibilities."
PAG operates 20 Repair Stations with over 850,000-square-feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Brazil.
For more information, visit www.precisionaviationgroup.com.