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Recognizing Some of the Unsung Heroes of NATCA: Mike Odryna

In celebration of the 34th anniversary of NATCA’s certification by the Federal Labor Relations Authority as the exclusive bargaining representative of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic controllers, we continue our series looking at the unsung […]

NATCA Historical Committee: NATCA Conventions Part Two

With NATCA’s 18th Biennial Convention coming up Aug. 10-12 in Houston, we continue to look back on our past conventions. The National Historical Committee (NHC) is examining each of the previous conventions and the importance they have had […]

NATCA’s Historical Committee: A Blast From the Past

You may have heard of NATCA’s National Historical Committee (NHC), but with a newly-appointed Chair at its helm, Minneapolis TRACON (M98) Secretary Ryan Herrick, the committee is working to make sure that neither it, nor you, […]

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20 Years of the Krasner Building

NATCA HISTORY THIS MONTH: NATCA dedicated its own seven-story building on the northern edge of downtown Washington, D.C., on July 12, 2000. FAA Administrator Jane Garvey, numerous other Agency and Union dignitaries, and rank-and-file members attended […]

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