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AVM Summit USA/PAMA National Annual Symposium
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Nov. 21-22, 2013, Orlando, Fla.
We are proud to announce the re-introduction of PAMA's (Professional Aviation Maintenance Association) Annual symposium and the launch of AVM Summit USA for Nov. 21-22, 2012 in Orlando, Fla., USA. PAMA's Symposium when last ran delivered over 300 exhibitors and thousands of attendees!
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COPAMA Monthly Meeting
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COPAMA is announcing the next monthly meeting Feb. 12, at the Second Floor Media Room of the Lane Aviation Facility at Port Columbus in Columbus, Ohio. Our topic for the evening will be about Oxygen System Maintenance presented by Richard Cady of Limited Brands and who also is one of the local FAASTeam Members. More

SoCal PAMA Monthly Meeting
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February Meeting Announcement
Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013

94th Aero Squadron Restaurant, Van Nuys, Calif.
Rickenbacker Room (downstairs)
5:30 Social Hour, 6:30 Dinner/Meeting

Dinner and Technical Presentation Hosted By:
Mr. Jay Sumner
Battery & Hose Shop Manager
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Alabama Aviation Center developing state's first program to teach maintenance on unmanned aircraft systems
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Plans are under way to develop Alabama's first program to teach maintenance on unmanned aircraft systems, one of the fastest growing aviation segments. The Alabama Aviation Center based at Enterprise Community College will launch the program January 2014 with $360,000 in initial grant funding from the Governor's Office of Workforce Development. Program graduates will be certified technicians qualified in both manned and unmanned aircraft maintenance. More

Air Force asks industry for 270-volt DC power converters for use in F-35 depot maintenance
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U.S. Air Force aircraft maintenance specialists are reaching out to the industry to acquire four 270-volt DC power converters that will supply the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter with electrical power while the aircraft is undergoing depot-level maintenance. More

Premier Aviation looks to hire airframe technicians
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Despite hundreds of former Aveos Fleet Performance Ltd. aircraft maintenance workers still unemployed, Premier Aviation Overhaul Centre is advertising heavily for licensed airframe technicians it insists it cannot find. That inability has cost the company business it had to turn away, said Dave Diggle, Premier Aviation vice-president of marketing, sales and service. More

For deployed aircraft maintainers, flightline is front line
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The KC-135 Stratotanker was the U.S. Air Force's first jet-powered refueling tanker, and the newest one in the service's inventory was built in 1965. The plane has seen action above countless areas of military operations worldwide, but without the attention and care of some seriously skilled maintainers, it wouldn't have its astounding record of success. More

Aviation maintenance technicians keep planes airborne
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You don't have to leave the ground to fly high in today's sluggish job market. "Aviation maintenance technicians are in demand worldwide," said Reggie Baker, executive director of the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Duluth, Minn. The global airline industry will need 34,000 new airplanes (double the current number) by 2031, according to a 2012 Current Market Outlook report published by the Boeing Co. More

MRO profile: Baker Aviation
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During his career as a pilot and operator of a charter/management company, Baker Aviation founder Stan Baker III was struck by the significant investment in aircraft maintenance required to keep an aircraft flying. He particularly remembers the aggravation of difficult maintenance issues that only seemed to compound as aircraft aged and manufacturers ceased production. More


 

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