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JUN-JUL 2018

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PROFESSIONALISM 42 JUNE/JULY 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY MRO/OEM Category 1st place: FedEx Express, Indianapolis 2nd place: Boeing 3rd place: United Airlines, Houston School Category (Total of 25 teams competed) 1st place: Aviation Institute of Maintenance Houston 2nd place: Utah State University 3rd place: Broward College Team 1 Military Category 1st place: United States Coast Guard, C-27J APO 2nd place: United States Coast Guard, Air Station Clearwater 3rd place: United States Air Force, McConnell 22 MXG/931 MXG Commercial Category 1st place: United Airlines, Cleveland 2nd place: Alaska Airlines, Seattle 3rd place: American Airlines, Dallas General Aviation Industry 1st place: Phillips 66 International Category 1st place: Jetstar 2nd place: Qantas 3rd place: Flybe Female Team Category 1st place: United Airlines/Chix Fix Charles E. Taylor Professional AMT Award Industry: Staff Sgt. Christopher Culp, U.S. Army, 128th Aviation Brigade Student: Yolanda Gong, West Los Angeles College 4. Aviation Institute of Maintenance Houston won first place in the 2018 School Category. 5. Charles Taylor Individual winner Staff Sgt. Christopher Culp, U.S. Army, 128th Aviation Brigade, with John Goglia, AMC. 6. Yolanda Gong, West Los Angeles College, winner of the Charles Taylor Professionalism Student Award with Tom Murphy, Snap-on. 7. Phillips 66 won first place in the General Aviation Category. 8. Yolanda Gong, West Los Angeles College; Rachel Lattin, Wichita Area Technical College; Jordan Bankhead, Utah State University; and Roy Quintuna, Aviation High School, won the Phoebie Omlie Scholarships.

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