John David Brittan

After attending Loyola Marymount University, John married and began raising his family of four daughters and one son in the Southern California area.

The first fifteen years of his business career, John spent in the building industry. In 1991 with the slumping housing economy, John began getting involved in the wholesale commodities trading industry. This led to a major purchase of excess aircraft parts in 1993. The passion for building a major aerospace/military parts inventory consumed John's time for the next few years. Several years of acquiring led to an inventory in excess of 125,000 line items, with an original acquisition cost in excess of $150,000,000. In 2006, John sold his half interest in the business, staying on as a part time consultant.

With much of John's time freed up he began working on the concept of U. S. Aeronautical Research and Component Exchange, The desire to see a strong, technically advanced United States, and an additional desire to see the reutilization of component resources rather than tax payer dollars underutilized, John began assembling a team of like-minded individuals with the task of assuring the United States will continue to lead the world in technological advancements. These advancement will include Energy, Medical, Aerospace & Transportation, Robotics, Communication, and several other technologies.