A big thank you to all those who came to ADM2015 this week. From all accounts it was a most excellent event and I’m very miffed to have missed it. Thank you to all who contacted me to make sure I wasn’t actually dead. I’m on the road to recovery now, much like the AWD. But I’ll be better sooner than later this decade I hope!
Unsurprisingly, submarines seemed to be the theme of the day and the awards were also a great success.
The ADM team is also looking forward to catching up with the aviation community at the Avalon air show at the end of the month. Feel free to drop by the stand for a chat, rest your weary feet and grab a sugar hit.
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