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Instructors & SMEs (ATS)
CBT Specialists (ATS)
Simulator Technicians (ATS)
Ground Controllers (ATS)
Software Engineers (ATS)
CBT Specialists (JMATS)
DELAWARE RESOURCE GROUP
Training Coordinators (ATS)
Training Coordinators (JMATS)
Simulator Technicians (JMATS)
Kay & Associates
Below you can see an approximation of the percentage of represented employees in the Local Lodge from each company.
This Local Union represents over 200 members that are employed by Lockheed Martin, Delaware Resource Group, Nova Technologies, Kay & Associates and CAE USA 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 and provide mechanical and repair services for the C-130J aircraft. Our support people keep behind the scenes tasks and functions flowing seamlessly. We are the flagship in training facilities for ATS contracts.
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Instructors, CBT Specialists, CSAs, Simulator Technicians
Simulator Technicians, Training Coordinators & Librarians
CBT Specialists, CSAs, Librarians
BONI JO BOSER
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Sister Linda Brown, who has worked on both C-130 programs (H and J) for the past 38 years, and holds the oldest seniority date of any Local Lodge Member, retires from her position on Wednesday, September 15th. She has held many different positions throughout the years, but most recently has been serving as a CSA Read more about Lodge’s #1 (in seniority) Heads into Retirement[…]
During the August Executive Board Meeting, it was discovered that due to a large number of officers being on vacation, out of town, etc. on the third Thursday of September, it would be necessary to move the scheduled September meeting date in order for a quorum of officers to be present to conduct business. Therefore, Read more about Date Change for September Local Lodge Meeting[…]
At the Christmas in July Party held last month for our Local Lodge Members and their invited guest, a raffle was held to raise money for a donation to the Harmony Health Clinic of Little Rock. $500 was raised through the raffle ticket purchase. Local Lodge Treasurer, Boni Jo Boser, recently presented Hamony Health Clinic Read more about Donation Made to Harmony Health Clinic[…]
Local Lodge Members braved the heat, and the summer-time thunderstorms on Saturday, to make it out to Fassler Hall in downtown Little Rock for one heck of a Summer Time Party. For 2 hours, Lodge Members had the entire restaurant to themselves, and each patron was allotted a hefty dollar sum to spend on any Read more about Lodge Members Enjoy German Cuisine at Summer Party[…]
The Machinists Union is proud to announce the return of in-person learning at the William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center(W3 Center) in Hollywood, MD beginning August 1, 2021. For the safety of the membership and staff, the flagship union training facility was forced to suspend classes in March 2020. “Education of officers, members and staff has always Read more about Winpisinger Center to Welcome In-Person Learning with Safety Protocols[…]
Congratulations to Gabriel Dickson, son of Sister Susan Dickson (Pilot SME, CAE), who was the recipient of this year’s Local Lodge Scholarship. Gabriel was unanimously selected by the Scholarship Selection Committee to be this year’s recipient. He was presented a $1500 check on behalf of the Local Lodge by President Chris Carr in front of Read more about 2021 Local Lodge Scholarship Awarded[…]
In accordance with Article III of the Constitution of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), nominations for Grand Lodge office for the term ending June 30, 2025 were conducted in January 2021. As a result of those nominations, the following officers were elected by acclimation (without a challenger): Robert Martinez Jr., International Read more about Official Results of the 2021 IAM Grand Lodge Officer Election[…]
Each year, the IAM Grand Lodge Communications department holds a contest to judge the 300+ websites of IAM Local and District Lodges across the country. They also take a look at electronic and printed Newsletters (our Lodge does not do one) and social media sites of the Local and District Lodges. Local Lodge 463 has stood Read more about Local Lodge Website Wins National Awards[…]
Metcalf Sworn in as DRG Chief Steward At the April Local Lodge Meeting, John “Shaggy” Metcalf was sworn in as the new Chief Steward for the DRG ATS Contract. Brother Metcalf is taking over the role to replace a sister who needed to step down. He currently works as a Training Coordinator in the TRS for Read more about DRG ATS Contract Has New Chief Steward[…]
The Robert V. Jurasek / Bobby G. Jones Memorial Scholarship is named in honor of two of our members who epitomize the hard work and dedication that our brothers and sisters display daily in the work of the ATS. We honor these outstanding individuals by donating a $1500scholarship to a deserving graduate each year. This one-time $1,500 scholarship is Read more about Local Lodge Scholarship Deadline Approaching[…]
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