Senate AMT Day Resolution

The Aircraft Maintenance Technicians Association (AMTA) announces it is trying to have Senator Barbara Boxer introduce a Senate AMT Day Resolution that would mirror the one passed by Congress in 2008. AMTA director Ken MacTiernan says, “Having a nationally recognized AMT Day Resolution from both the House of Representatives and Congress would be a great event for a craft that Charles E. Taylor started over 100 years ago. Thanks to Richard Dillbeck, who started the State AMT Day Resolutions with California being the first State to pass a resolution, there are now 52 AMT Day Resolutions within the 50 United States and Commonwealths & Territories.”

 AMTA sent a letter to Senator Boxer asking her to introduce this resolution to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation’s Subcommittee on Aviation. AMTA asks aircraft maintenance professionals to help out by writing to Senator Boxer’s office and lending their support in asking her to introduce this resolution. The Senator’s Washington D.C. office address is:

 Office of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer
112 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington D.C. 20510

You can view the letter to Senator Boxer at If you have any questions you can contact MacTiernan

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