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This is our last current event research on MROs in this course aimed at reinforcing management and operation of MROs as business entities. For this assignment, find an article in an MRO-related journal or other current resource which provides details on an MRO’s financial condition. Try to identify such things as:Has the MRO partnered with an OEM or global provider to conduct maintenance activities?Is the company a new or older MRO service provider?Has the company expanded or reduced their market footprint?Is the MRO gaining in market and or profit share?Running head: [SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS]
[Title Here, up to 12 Words, on One to Two Lines]
[Author Name(s), First M. Last, Omit Titles and Degrees]
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Author Note
[USE ONLY IF NEEDED. Include any grant/funding information and a complete
correspondence address.]
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Abstract
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Keywords: [Click here to add keywords.]
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provides for up to five heading levels, shown in the paragraphs that follow. Note that the word
Introduction should not be used as an initial heading, as it’s assumed that your paper begins with
an introduction.]
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[Heading 1]
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5 are run-in headings used at the beginning of the paragraph.]
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[Heading 3]. [Include a period at the end of a run-in heading. Note that you can include
consecutive paragraphs with their own headings, where appropriate.]
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with no text following it before the next heading, just add a period at the end of the heading and
then start a new paragraph for the subheading and its text.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 5]. [Like all sections of your paper, references start on their own page. The
references page that follows is created using the Citations & Bibliography feature, available on
the References tab. This feature includes a style option that formats your references for APA 6th
Edition. You can also use this feature to add in-text citations that are linked to your source, such
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citation, right-click it and then click Edit Citation.] (Last Name, Year)
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with no text following it before the next heading, just add a period at the end of the heading and
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the References tab. This feature includes a style option that formats your references for APA 6th
Edition. You can also use this feature to add in-text citations that are linked to your source, such
as those shown at the end of this paragraph and the preceding paragraph. To customize a
citation, right-click it and then click Edit Citation.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 1]
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5 are run-in headings used at the beginning of the paragraph.]
[Heading 2]
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text at the start of a paragraph and it will show up in your TOC. To do this, select the text for
your heading. Then, on the Home tab, in the Styles gallery, click the style you need.]
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consecutive paragraphs with their own headings, where appropriate.]
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with no text following it before the next heading, just add a period at the end of the heading and
then start a new paragraph for the subheading and its text.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 5]. [Like all sections of your paper, references start on their own page. The
references page that follows is created using the Citations & Bibliography feature, available on
the References tab. This feature includes a style option that formats your references for APA 6th
Edition. You can also use this feature to add in-text citations that are linked to your source, such
as those shown at the end of this paragraph and the preceding paragraph. To customize a
citation, right-click it and then click Edit Citation.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 1]
[The first two heading levels get their own paragraph, as shown here. Headings 3, 4, and
5 are run-in headings used at the beginning of the paragraph.]
[Heading 2]
[To add a table of contents (TOC), apply the appropriate heading style to just the heading
text at the start of a paragraph and it will show up in your TOC. To do this, select the text for
your heading. Then, on the Home tab, in the Styles gallery, click the style you need.]
[Heading 3]. [Include a period at the end of a run-in heading. Note that you can include
consecutive paragraphs with their own headings, where appropriate.]
[Heading 4]. [When using headings, don’t skip levels. If you need a heading 3, 4, or 5
with no text following it before the next heading, just add a period at the end of the heading and
then start a new paragraph for the subheading and its text.] (Last Name, Year)
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[Heading 5]. [Like all sections of your paper, references start on their own page. The
references page that follows is created using the Citations & Bibliography feature, available on
the References tab. This feature includes a style option that formats your references for APA 6th
Edition. You can also use this feature to add in-text citations that are linked to your source, such
as those shown at the end of this paragraph and the preceding paragraph. To customize a
citation, right-click it and then click Edit Citation.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 1]
[The first two heading levels get their own paragraph, as shown here. Headings 3, 4, and
5 are run-in headings used at the beginning of the paragraph.]
[Heading 2]
[To add a table of contents (TOC), apply the appropriate heading style to just the heading
text at the start of a paragraph and it will show up in your TOC. To do this, select the text for
your heading. Then, on the Home tab, in the Styles gallery, click the style you need.]
[Heading 3]. [Include a period at the end of a run-in heading. Note that you can include
consecutive paragraphs with their own headings, where appropriate.]
[Heading 4]. [When using headings, don’t skip levels. If you need a heading 3, 4, or 5
with no text following it before the next heading, just add a period at the end of the heading and
then start a new paragraph for the subheading and its text.] (Last Name, Year)
[Heading 5]. [Like all sections of your paper, references start on their own page. The
references page that follows is created using the Citations & Bibliography feature, available on
the References tab. This feature includes a style option that formats your references for APA 6th
Edition. You can also use this feature to add in-text citations that are linked to your source, such
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as those shown at the end of this paragraph and the preceding paragraph. To customize a
citation, right-click it and then click Edit Citation.] (Last Name, Year)
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References
Last Name, F. M. (Year). Article Title. Journal Title, Pages From – To.
Last Name, F. M. (Year). Book Title. City Name: Publisher Name.
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Footnotes
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APA formatting requirements, it’s easy to just type your own footnote references and notes. To
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Tables
Table 1
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footnotes). Start a new page for each table, include a table number and table title for each, as
shown on this page. All explanatory text appears in a table note that follows the table, such as
this one. Use the Table/Figure style, available on the Home tab, in the Styles gallery, to get the
spacing between table and note. Tables in APA format can use single or 1.5 line spacing.
Include a heading for every row and column, even if the content seems obvious. A default table
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click Table.]
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Figures title:
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Series 1
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if applicable). Include a numbered caption for each figure. Use the Table/Figure style for easy
spacing between figure and caption.]
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Manual, 6th Edition.

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