Around The Hangar: AMT Editorial Staff

AMT is proud of the long-tradition of having dedicated staff and writers with diverse aviation backgrounds who regularly write the articles that fill the pages of our fine magazine. Most of these folks have made, or still make their living in the aviation industry, have hands-on experience, or regularly participate in any number of industry activities. In March during the Cygnus Aviation Expo in Las Vegas, AMT was pleased to have present most of these fine people.

 

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Left to right: Barb Zuehlke AMT Senior Editor has been in the publishing business for nearly 35 years and part of AMT for over 10 years; Ronald Donner AMT Editor for over two years, A&P/IA, commercial pilot certificate, has worked in the aviation industry for 35 years including 27 years with Northwest Airlines; John Goglia A&P, former US Airways, former NTSB member, is known throughout the industry and regularly writes an Industry Outlook column; DeborahAnn Cavalcante principle of Diversified Aviation Consulting, IS-BAO accredited auditor, safety and customer service instructor, commercial pilot, currently writes the AMT Management Matters column.

 

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Left to right: Charles Chandler, A&P, former American Airlines, FlightSafety International, management and leadership instructor, currently writes any number of technical and industry related articles; Ronald Donner AMT editor; Steve Prentice ATP rated pilot, A&P/IA, and aviation attorney who currently writes our Legal Matters column.

 

Jim Sparks who holds and A&P certificate and manages aircraft maintenance for a private company regulary writes the AMT Avionics feature, Tim Kern, pilot, aircraft builder, and long-time aviation journalist regularly writes for AMT, and Nick Sergi former director with FlightSafety International who writes an Industry Outlook column were not present at the 2012 Cygnus Aviation Expo.

 

The list of occasional contributors to AMT is very long and we thank you all very much! 

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