The Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering at RAF Cosford, between Telford and Wolverhampton, could now be saved, preserving hundreds of jobs.
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DCAE stands for Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering (Royal Air Force; United Kingdom)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Captain Steven Greenwood from Honley is now director of support at the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering Cosford.
It means the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering at RAF Cosford, between Telford and Wolverhampton, will close with the loss of hundreds of jobs.
Twenty five Royal Air Force trainees and a junior officer from the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering at Cos for dfle win to Tewkesbury on Sunday night, it emerged today.
Instead, a decision was made to base the new Centre of Excellence for the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering and the Defence College of Communication and Information Systems at St Athan's, in South Wales.
The decision to base the new Centre of Excellence for the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering and the Defence College of Communication and Information Systems at Cosford would mean the creation of more than 6,000 jobs and boost the region's economy by pounds 45 million per year.
Over 3,500 West Midlands pupils attended the week-long event, which was also attended by 60 RAF personnel from all over the UK, including 20 from the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering at Cosford.
4 million could be added to the regional economy annually if the site, between Telford and Wol-verhampton, is chosen to host the new Centre of Excellence for the Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering and the Defence College of Communications and Information Systems.