AMTSociety Mx Logs Update

State of AMTSociety Address The address this month will center on numerous issues. First and foremost is to tell you on behalf of your board of directors and myself that we hope you and your family had a very Merry Christmas and that 2010 will be a...


Don’t forget to sign up for the Third Annual AMTSociety Scholarship Fundraising Golf Tournament. It will be held at the Rio Secco Golf Club March 15, just before the start of Aviation Industry Expo in Vegas. Visit www.amtonline.com to register.

Thank you for your support. Stay safe.
— Tom Hendershot

2010 IA renewal program
Feb. 10, 2010, Holiday Inn Phoenix West, 1500 N. 51st Ave., Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 24, 2010, Holiday Inn KCI & Expo Center, 11730 N. Ambassador Dr., Kansas City, MO
March 16-17, 2010, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV, Aviation Industry Expo
March 24, 2010, The Summit Conference & Event Center, 411 Sable Blvd., Aurora, CO

Corporate Sponsors: Pacific Oil Cooler Service Inc.
Pacific Oil Cooler Service Inc. started its operations in 1961 located at Oakland Airport. The original name was Johnson Inc. DBA Pacific Oil Cooler Service Inc. and was housed in a 200-square-foot building.

Paul Saurenman acquired the business in 1988 and moved it to a 1,200-square-foot building at Brackett Airport in La Verne, CA. The company was re-incorporated in 1989 to Pacific Oil Cooler Service Inc.

In 2003 Saurenman purchased Aero-Classics in Huron, OH, which has since been relocated to La Verne, CA. Aero-Classics manufactures new oil coolers for the general aviation world. Having its own engineering and development department, it offers customers coolers manufactured to spec.
Pacific Oil Cooler Service Inc. is a large overhaul and repair facility with an experienced staff. Currently, an overhaul without repairs runs four to five days. Pacific Oil Cooler has technicians that specialize in the Beaver, Warbird, and round/oval coolers.

Goodrich Corporation
Goodrich Corporation is a global supplier of systems and services to aircraft and engine manufacturers, airlines and defense forces around the world. From aerostructures and actuation systems to landing gear, engine control systems, sensors and safety systems, Goodrich products are on almost every aircraft. It is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.

Goodrich today is dramatically different from the company created in 1870 by Benjamin Franklin Goodrich. Once one of the world’s largest and most respected manufacturers of rubber products, it is now a global leader in the aerospace, defense, and homeland security markets.

Its markets include large commercial, regional and business aircraft, helicopters, defense and space, original equipment, and aftermarket.

George T. Baker Aviation School
George T. Baker Aviation School is located in Miami. The school is a public, tax-supported institution authorized by the Florida Department of Education and operated by the Miami-Dade County Public School System. It is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and the National Center for Aircraft Technician Training (NCATT) and is certificated by the FAA under Part 147 of the FAR Certificate # CT9T072R.

It offers instruction in aerospace technology, electronics, avionics, and aircraft maintenance (airframe and powerplant). Both high school and adult students, upon completion of their respective course of study, may receive certificates issued from NCATT, FCC, and the FAA. It is only one of two schools in Florida to be accredited by NCATT and the only school in the country to offer NCATT accredited courses to high school students.

The aviation program was started in 1939 at Miami Senior High School. In 1942 the program moved into the unfinished Roosevelt Hotel. In 1943 the building became known as the Technical High School and several other programs moved into the facility. In 1947 the building was renamed the Lindsey Hopkins Education Center. Classes were held there until 1958 when the aviation program moved into its present quarters adjacent to Miami International Airport. In 1961 the building was dedicated as George T. Baker Aviation Maintenance Technician School to honor Baker who, until his death, had been president of National Airlines, and had donated the land to the school board of Miami-Dade County.

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