A federal grand jury has indicted two former executives of Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp. of Orangeburg, N.Y., on charges that they conspired to defraud airlines and the FAA in repair of engine parts. Indicted were James M. Gabriel, a former Chromalloy executive vice president who headed up production at the company's Research and Technology Div., and Gerard E. Vitti, former executive vice president in charge of nonairfoil products. If convicted, they face heavy fines and ...

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