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Groen Brothers Aviation, Inc. (GBA) designs and develops gyroplanes and gyrodyne rotor-wing aircraft. It produces aircraft for military and commercial purposes. The company's products comprise GBA Hawk 4 Gyroplane, GBA ArrowHawk Gyroplane and SparrowHawk Gyroplane and Derivatives. It also participates as a sub-contractor to Georgia Institute of Technology in the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract for concept design of a vertical takeoff and landing aircraft for Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) applications. Through its wholly owned special purpose subsidiary, Groen Brothers Aviation International, LLC, the company is establishing a joint venture for fully-assembled Light Gyroplanes production in China. GBA is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, US.