Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving with family and friends.TAMC Board of Directors.Chris, Bob and John ... See MoreSee Less
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Why is the SR 71...106 feet long? Fuel tanks. The SR 71 had one more fuel tank than the A-12. The Blackbird needed a lot of fuel!  Linda Sheffield Miller ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to all who have served and the families that support them.TAMC Board of Directors. ... See MoreSee Less
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Tora! Tora! Tora! Reenactment ... See MoreSee Less
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IBT and TAMC are at Wings over Houston airshow today. ... See MoreSee Less
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Aviation BasicsNorthrop Rice, in partnership with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters received an FAA grant to fully develop and deliver our Aviation Basics program. Aviation Basics is a program that covers entry level information pertaining to safety, tooling, human factors, flight control systems, electricity, tech data, hydraulics, Sheetmetal, composites, corrosion control and inspections. Our program provides the basic knowledge and skill to get someone started in the industry to earn their A&P through work experience. We plan to offer a credential after successful completion of written, oral, and practical exams that will be given at the end of the program. We are currently finalizing the credential validation process with CertTec / SpaceTec and need your help.We are looking for 25-30 certificated and non-certificated aviation technicians to take a 50-question multiple choice test. The goal is to statistically validate the test. A computer is needed so that you can self-proctor at home or work. Your computer must have a camera and audio. We need to finalize this step of the validation process before the end of October. Our first graduates will be taking this credential testing in November and will be ready for entry level work in the aviation maintenance industry.The test takes about an hour to complete and there is no cost involved.If you would like to participate please email Chris Moore at cjm91@sbcglobal.net or Cathy Landry at clandry@northroprice.comWe will need your name and email address so that we can email you a link and an access code that will allow you to take the test. Thank you,Cathy Landry and Chris Moore ... See MoreSee Less
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Dreamlifter Emergency Landing ... See MoreSee Less
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The Aviation Mechanics Coalition
Needs a little speed tape ... See MoreSee Less
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Honor Labor this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
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#TDIH in 1970: The McDonnell Douglas DC-10 flew for the first time. The DC-10 resolved the need for an airplane that was smaller than the huge 747 but could seat 250 to 360 passengers.📸: DC-10 Series 10 ... See MoreSee Less
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Ladies & Gentlemen, allow me to present you the LAST EVER and FINAL Boeing 747 being assembled! This airframe, a 747-8F, will be delivered to Atlas Air in October this year, closing the book on an era over half a century-long.#boeing747 #b747 #queenoftheskies ... See MoreSee Less
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