Stephen Boyer

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Stephen Boyer
Boyer listens to GSM3 Aliahmed Maknojia ask questions about balancing an LCAC propeller using the ATABS analyzer during training recently with the US Navy’s Assault Craft Unit 4 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

ACES Systems welcomes Stephen Boyer to support, training team

ACES Systems recently welcomed Stephen Boyer aboard the aviation maintenance support team in San Diego.  His primary duties as Field Support Engineer will be to provide customer service and training to the aviation division with a special focus on working with military applications.

He previously retired from the US Navy as an aviation maintenance chief and then worked for several years with Dynamic Instruments developing the second phase of software for the ATABS vibration analysis equipment. Following his stint with DI, Stephen worked for Camber as a military contractor working with US Navy and Marine Corps aircraft onboard Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS).

“We’re definitely excited to have Stephen back on our team,” said Chris Mullins, Executive Vice President of Product Management & Strategic Marketing.

Stephen Boyer“He has a great personality combined with strong problem solving skills, which are talents ACES Systems requires to maintain our superior customer service reputation.“

Stephen is also positioned to help ACES Systems develop the next generation of vibration analysis tools to serve the aviation maintenance community.

“Technology is changing very quickly,” he said while conducting training with the US Navy in Norfolk, Virginia, recently.  “ACES Systems has an opportunity to bring cutting-edge helicopter and fixed-wing vibration analysis to the marketplace in the very near future.”

Although he admits to spending a lot of his time at work, he said he enjoys living in San Diego where he has spent the last 33 years of his life and where he spends his spare time riding motorcycles, camping and home improvement.

Stephen can be reached at our San Diego office by calling (858) 810-7900.


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  1. To whom it may concern,
    I was performing a couple of prop balances this past Saturday 10/1 and had some issues with navigating through the balancer. I called ACES tech support not expecting to reach anyone and left a voicemail. To my surprise I received a call back from Mike within five minutes and helped me work through my issues off and on through the rest of the day. His call back was prompt and he was very helpful and professional on the phone. I want to commend you on your tech support team and to thank Mike for a job well done! Really saved me a lot of trouble I couldn’t have been more grateful.

    Best Regards,

    Tony Hart
    Maintenance Manager
    North American Flight Services
    (518) 339-4532

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