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Military & Aerospace

The challenges and demands of today’s rapidly changing global market require more efficient and productive operations to remain competitive. TTI embraces these challenges, consistently delivering a wide variety of solutions for our military/aerospace customers. This line card is representative of TTI manufacturers with true military specified MIL-Spec components.

A Foundation of Full Military Support
TTI was founded in 1971 specifically to serve military customers with MIL-Spec passive components. Today, TTI maintains that dedication with the industry’s broadest and deepest inventory of military passives, as well as continually expanding lines of electromechanical components and discrete offerings to ultimately reduce your total cost of ownership. The productspecialists at TTI have extensive knowledge of MIL-Specs and their relationship with commercial parts. The ability of the TTI Specialists to cross-reference part numbers, make cost-effective recommendations, and identify product upgrades can help answer your most difficult questions and satisfy your toughest requirements.

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07.24.2014 // Kevin Sink in: Industry Conditions

On May 6, 2014, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) published final DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations System) rules1 to eliminate counterfeit parts from the supply chain by shifting the burden More...

07.10.2014 // Murray Slovick in: Passives

It’s been two and a half years since the Federal Anti-Counterfeiting Amendment Act was signed into law and nearly that long since I covered the subject on these pages. So the topic is ripe for re-examination. More...

05.30.2014 // Michael Knight in: Industry Conditions

In May, an informal survey was conducted of TTI’s suppliers. We asked them about their Q1 2014 growth rates in North America by product type – comparing the prior quarter and the same quarter of the prior More...

05.20.2014 // Murray Slovick in: New Technology

In discussing U.S. Department of Defense spending, Illinois Senator Everett Dirksen once supposedly quipped: "A billion here, a billion there and pretty soon you're talking real money". More...

03.21.2014 // Bill Garcia in: Industry Conditions

There is an old adage posted in offices and manufacturing plants around the world that states, "Price, quality or speed – pick any two." I think it's a safe bet to say these signs are never found in the More...

03.18.2014 // Murray Slovick in: New Technology

Mobile World Congress, the year’s largest gathering of smartphone manufacturers, took place in Barcelona at the end of February and drew a record 85,000 attendees. More...