NATCA awards 'Archie' to Kansas controller for 'flight assist' of 2006

March 2007
Air Traffic Management;2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p14
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The article highlights the U.S. National Air Traffic Controllers Associations' third annual Archie League Medal of Safety awards ceremony which was held on January 2007. The awards were given to air traffic controllers who displayed extraordinary skill, dedication and focus to ensure safety in critical situations in 2006. Regional winners were enumerated.


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