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Flight Crew Instructors (ATS)
DELAWARE RESOURCE GROUP
Simulator Technicians (JMATS)
Training Coordinators (ATS)
Simulator Technicians (ATS)
Ground Controllers (ATS)
Training Coordinators (JMATS)
Below you can see a breakdown of the percentage of represented employees of the bargaining unit in each company.
This Local Union represents over 170 members that are employed by Lockheed Martin, Delaware Resource Group, CymSTAR Services and CAE at Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville, Arkansas. As a team, we educate over 2000 students annually from not just the United States but from nations around the globe. Our members develop, create, maintain and distribute C-130 aircrew and maintenance courseware and provide superior aircrew instruction and refresher training to Air Force and Marine students. We also maintain the simulators utilized during training. Our support people keep behind the scenes tasks and functions flowing seamlessly. We are the flagship in training facilities for ATS contracts.
This website includes information and current news about and concerning IAMAW (International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers) Local Lodge 463 and Brothers and Sisters that make up the Lodge. Links are provided to the IAMAW Grand Lodge web page and to other labor organizations from this site. We welcome your comments and suggestions, and you may contact the web master or any officer to make corrections or to request information to be displayed on this site. Every effort is made to keep this site updated with current and timely information that affects our membership.
Instructors, CBT Specialists, CSAs
ATS Simulator Technicians
JMATS Simulator Technicians, ATS Training Coordinators & Librarians
JMATS Training Coordinators
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Earn an associate degree completely online – for FREE. With the IAMAW Free College Benefit, you and your family members can earn an associate degree online from a public, accredited community college – with no out-of-pocket costs to you. This can save you thousands of dollars. IAM’s new Free College Benefit affirms our commitment to Read more about IAM’s FREE COLLEGE BENEFIT[…]
The spring meeting of the Arkansas State Council of Machinists was held Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, at the Hampton Inn in West Little Rock. The Local Lodge sent it’s allotted 4 delegates to the council meeting. In attendance for our Local were Dan Peterson, Layne Johnston, Sharon Smith and Dave Treybal. The delegates heard Read more about Lodge Delegates Attend ASCM Meeting[…]
April 4th marked 50 years since the tragic assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis where he was standing shoulder to shoulder on the picket line with AFSCME-represented sanitation workers who were seeking respect, economic fairness, justice and safe working conditions. In the days before his April 4, 1968 death, King marched with Read more about Lodge sends Members to join Machinists at MLK March[…]
Join your Union Brothers and Sisters for Machinists Night at the Travs Game! DATE: Thursday, May 10, 2018 Opponent: Springfield THEME FOR THE NIGHT: Star Wars Night The ballpark is running a promotion that evening and calling it “STAR WARS Night”. Prizes will be awarded to selected fans dressed in Star Wars attire. Gates Open Read more about Machinists Night at the Travs Game[…]
The Union Christmas Party was a great success. Excellent Food. Fabulous prizes. Superior Service. Thank you to Shannon Hanks for organizing this year’s party. Thank you to all Members who help make this a great union, and for those that help make events like this fun and eventful. Congratulations to those who went home that Read more about Jingle Bell Hop — Highlights from “Union” Station[…]
Beginning in January, Local Lodge 463 will hold its monthly business meetings at Hanger 1080 on Little Rock Air Force Base. For the past few years the Lodge has held its meetings in the conference room of the Walter’s Community Support Center where the base library is located. However, during the course of 2017, the Lodge Read more about Lodge Selects New Meeting Venue for 2018[…]
The DEADLINE to register is approaching!! This year’s Union Christmas Party will be held on Saturday, December 9th from 6:00pm – 10:00pm at Next Level Events in the historic Union Station in downtown Little Rock. This remarkable facility is located at 1400 W. Markham Street. If you’ve never attended an event in this venue, you Read more about Union Christmas Party • Registration Deadline Dec 1st • Guest Fees Due by Dec 6th[…]
During the month of November, Local Lodge 463 has been collecting food donations to be donated to FishNet Missions Food Bank, a local food bank in Jacksonville right outside the Air Force Base front gate. Collection boxes were established in Buildings 1231 (JMATS) and 624 (SMEville) for two weeks, and members were encouraged to bring Read more about Lodge Collects Food for FishNet Missions[…]
The First Delegate Council of IAM Woodworkers District Lodge W2 was held on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Local Lodge Members Patty Jones and Sharon Smith represented the Local Lodge during the meeting. Patty and Sharon represented the two votes that the Local Lodge was entitled to (based on number of members) during the council meeting. Read more about Lodge Delegates attend District Council Meeting[…]
Several Local Lodge Members joined fellow breast-cancer survivor Amy Coleman on her team “Amy’s Angels” in the 24th Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Little Rock. The annual event, which was held Saturday, October 14th, in the downtown area had over 15,000 participants as runners and walkers, with around 2500 breast cancer survivors Read more about Union Members Rally to Support Cancer-Surviving Sister[…]
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