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    Thumbs up Saluting AMTs (May 24)

    We salute and thank all the AMTs that keep aircraft flying safely and reliably every day.
    Thanks for getting 'em ready.

    Aviation Maintenance Technician Day
    May 24, a day honoring "the professional men and women who ensure the safety and security of our airborne aviation infrastructure, and recognize the life and memory of Charles E. Taylor, the aviation maintenance technician who built and maintained the engine that was used to power the Wright brothers first controlled flying machine on December 17, 1903"


    --US House Of Representatives - April 30, 2008

    AMTs keeping aircraft flying since 1903
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    Keep'em Flying

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    Actual Mechanic Quotes

    What takes an average mechanic to exceptional, is the ability to effectively troubleshoot.

    Yes, I'm one of those mechanic people and yes, I work on the engines.

    Sure, do you have any tools?
    --answer given by non-revving AMT when FA asked if he could fix the lav door while aircraft was cruising at 30,000 ft.

    The Wright brothers dreamed of flying, but it took a mechanic to make it happen.
    Keep'em Flying

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