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Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults
Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults

Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults

SWA Captain Tammie Jo Shults - many of us had the pleasure of hearing Tammie Jo speak at this past years Women in Aviation conference.  PWC has been offered a wonderful opportunity. PWC members are able to download the first 4 chapters of Tammie Jo Shults's upcoming book for free at www.CaptainShults.com.  Stay tuned for further exciting news 

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Making the Playing Field More Even Benefits Everyone

Hi everyone,

When we started talking about NextGen over a decade ago and ever since, we’ve known that we faced a real hurdle to realizing the full benefits of a modernized system – mixed equipage levels among aircraft. Operators equip their aircraft at various paces, but we knew that we must have a critical mass of advanced avionics in our users’ fleet to get the most of our investments. The greater the variances in equipage in our national airspace system (NAS), the harder it would be to tap into NextGen’s full potential.

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Influencing Younger Generations

Hi everyone,

One of the most important things we can do in the FAA is make sure that we continue to develop and pass information down to the next generation. One way we ensure this occurs is through our internship program.

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Lessons from Apollo 11, Because They are Hard

Hi everyone,

I’ve enjoyed reading the 50th anniversary stories about Apollo 11, reflecting on the nation’s decision to land on the moon and attempt other revolutionary activities “not because they are easy, but because they are hard,” as President Kennedy said at the time. One article estimated that it took 300,000 people from a partnership of government and private industry – as well as support from the public – to pull it off.

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