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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by conehead777, Feb 15, 2017.
Is anyone eating the food? Are they giving away a tool?
Got a 3/8" Snapon ratchet. Brought my lunch in today.
When we became the most united employees at SWA within all the unions during our 7 year fiasco and the Pilots and F/A's came in and backed us fully, the co. did not like this at all, they hated seeing the flight crews giving 100% support to the mechanics. They also hated seeing the Pilots inviting AMFA to join them in their union hall as their HQ for our local 11 right there with them where they wanted us.
By having the support and backing of the flight crews will in fact slow the role a bit of the company, at least it did with us big time.
Where is the suit from this asso. against the co.? Defamation is a big deal, where's the counter suit???
Southwest Ends Mechanics Row, Ratifies Contract With AMFA
Damn that was some good company pizza I ate today. Thx AA.
What have you done for me lately TWU?
Wondering if all that bloody talk was a joke. Now the company will send tha
they are worried about your kids and grand kids future dues money. But nothing for us.
Food was great, nice new ratchet.
Thx AA for honoring our profession.
Didn't you feel honored watching the two blowhards at the town hall?
Really? We should all have 24th off as a paid day IMO. AMT day is a huge deal in my mind.
I feel like I’m being mugged by some thug every payday.
When I hired on, there was one union and I knew what I was getting into, now I’m forced to pay the association so I can still be employed to work at AA.
Just realized I can’t vote out Samuelson, GP, or that 501 president all the guys representing me to AA and now the world. That’s kind of depressing.
But, hey Bernie Sanders supports the TWU. Sounds like communism where party members get appointed and not elected democratically.
Happy AMT fellas:
STATEMENTS & RELEASES
Presidential Message on Aviation Maintenance Technician Day
INFRASTRUCTURE & TECHNOLOGY
Issued on: May 24, 2019
Each day, millions of Americans rely on our Nation’s strong aviation infrastructure to travel and do business. On Aviation Maintenance Technician Day, we acknowledge the thousands of hardworking men and women who help ensure the safety, security, and reliability of the aviation industry.
Our country’s storied history of flight is a testament to the innovative spirit and industriousness of the American people. Today, we honor a talented man who exemplified these traits—Charles Edward Taylor. Often referred to as the “Father of Aviation Maintenance,” Charles served as a mechanic for Orville and Wilbur Wright and was a pioneer in the aviation industry, making fundamental contributions to the building of the engine used to help man achieve powered flight.
My Administration is committed to helping expand opportunities for our country’s hardworking men and women to develop the skills to succeed in technical careers. Last December, the National Science and Technology Council’s Committee on STEM Education released the Federal five-year STEM education strategic plan for incorporating the most advanced resources and research into educating and training our future workforce. I also signed into law a reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act to provide career-focused training and education to nearly 12 million students and workers. Additionally, I established the National Council for the American Worker to expand apprenticeships and encourage investment in worker education.
Today, we express our gratitude to the men and women who carry on our Nation’s legacy of aviation and work diligently to ensure our aircraft continue operating at the standard of excellence synonymous with American industry. Looking forward, my Administration will continue to prioritize offering the next generation of technicians, mechanics, and engineers every opportunity to succeed and preserve our country’s status as the world’s leader in aviation technology and industry.
Maybe he can use an executive order to ban all maintenance outsourcing of every US airliner!