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"Flight into the Future"

"Flight into the Future"

If you have ever dreamed of flying or built a paper airplane, you have walked in the footsteps of the men and women who created the world of aviation as we know it today. Ideas were written on paper. Wooden and cloth models were built to test the designs before the actual balloons, gliders, and planes were built and tested by brave men and women in the air. Today, aircraft designers from all over the world work together, planning and testing their ideas on computers. As the designs take shape, engineers and manufactures built with the latest composites and other materials to make them lighter and more versatile than ever before to meet the needs of today’s flyers.
ABC's

ABC's

Tim Arel on ACUMEN, BASICS, and COMMUNICATION - the ABC's

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Upcoming Events

Alexandria Social

August 17

Join PWC at Theismann's in Alexandria, VA on Thursday August 17th

Paint Night Vegas

August 25

Let’s take a break from balancing work and family life to provide support, encouragement
and build relationships with our Professional Women Controller members.
Anchorage Aviation Day

September 16

PWC along with other FAA Employee Associations presents Anchorage Aviation Day for Girls September 16, 2017 8am-5pm at Merrill Field, Anchorage Alaska

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Who is PWC - Kaitlynn Cornett

Meet PWC Member Kaitlynn Cornett

Growing up I always loved going to work with my dad. Such a fascinating experience, especially at night when everything is lit up. But I really did not know what I wanted to do with my life until my senior year of high school. In February of 2012 I was with my family visiting friends in Chicago. My dad used to work at Palwaukee and we stopped by there one night to see a friend of his. That’s when it hit me, I want to be an air traffic controller. 

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PBN in Bermuda

The America’s Cup Race begins in Bermuda this weekend. As you may know, it’s an intense sailing competition that’s been taking place since 1851. In previous races, this event has attracted more than 250,000 spectators! That’s a lot of people traveling by air to one place.

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