The winners were selected during a drawing at Aviation Industry Week, Las Vegas, in March.
Louis Stiles, Southwest Airlines: A four-night vacation for two to any Delta domestic city in the U.S. contiguous 48, air transportation from any Delta domestic city, and $300.
Harry Paek, SFO, Swissport USA: A Xzilon Molecular Adhesion paint protection kit from Granitize Inc.
Timothy P. Redfern, Colgan Airways: A round-trip coach airfare to/from AEA 2006 or 2007 convention, lodging at the AEA convention hotel for three nights, and full convention registration for the 2006 or 2007 AEA Convention and Trade Show.
Jerry Luckman, UPS Louisville: $250 from AMT magazine.
Ben Kerr, Air Logistics: A one-year subscription to the Aircraft Technical Publishers U.S. Regulatory Library on CD-ROM or DVD.
Julio H. Villalobos: Two coach round trip tickets on Alaska Airlines.
James L. Martinez, SFO, Swissport USA: Five one-year memberships in the Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance and one lithograph.
Terry Norris, Goodrich Aviation Technical Service: The Aviation Data Research PMA Parts Finder CD-ROM with one year of updates.
Loren Ahrens, Goodrich Aviation Technical Services: One quarter-page four-color advertisement in one issue of Aviation Maintenance magazine.
Barry Sterken, Chevron Texaco: A five-day IA course at Baker's School of Aeronautics located in Nashville, TN; the Baker's Inspection Authorization Kit; the FAA testing fee, and the test will be administered if the winner meets the FAA requirements and has in his/her possession a signed FAA Form 8610-1; five-night stay at the Wilson Inn; transportation to/from school and the airport provided by the Wilson Inn; and $400.
Todd M. Audette, Delta Air Lines: One week technical training refresher course for two, on a non-interference basis, at Bombardier's Montreal Training Center (Challenger/Global Express) or D/FW (Learjet 31A/45/60).
Ken Huete, Chevron Texaco: A handheld GPS Navigator from Continuum.
Larry J. Filips, Bombardier Learjet (Wichita): A leather bomber-style jacket from Dallas Airmotive.
Jeffrey Ballinger, Southern California Aviation: Attendance in the online FlightSafety Principals of Troubleshooting Course.
Anthony T. Hare: Two roundtrip tickets to any destination that Frontier Airlines flies.
Tom Talarico, Chatauqua Airlines Inc.: Two roundtrip tickets to any destination that JetBlue Airways flies.
Ronald Erik Mauzy, Delta Air Lines: One-year membership (or renewal) in PAMA and a PAMA logo golf shirt.
Mark Schmalz: A Harrier jump-jet model airplane from Rhinestahl.
Thomas Spilberg, Piedmont Airlines Inc.: Two round-trip positive-space tickets to anywhere that Midwest Airlines or Midwest Connect (Skyway) Airlines flies.
Tom Miller, Air Logistics: Two positive-space passes to anywhere in the Southwest Airlines system.
Jeffrey M. Rubi, Morey Air Service: A Hawkeye Borescope Kit #HH12 kit and a Fluke Autoranging Digital Multimeter #Fluke12.
James Wedgeworth, Air Logistics: A one-year subscription to TData's IApproach regulatory library on CD-ROM with biweekly updates or a one-year subscription to TData's new MTrax maintenance-tracking software.
Nicomedes Vergara, Southern California Aviation: Two US AIRWAYS positive-space round-trip coach-class domestic tickets to include Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Christopher P. Guay, Pratt & Whitney Aftermarket Services: A complimentary registration to Women In Aviation International's annual March conference and one-year membership.
The FAA Awards program is an incentive program to encourage AMT employees to participate in available initial and recurrent maintenance training/courses.
Here are the FAA AMT Award winners that were drawn at this year's Aviation Industry Expo in March.