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The FAA is superseding Airworthiness Directive (AD) 2001-13-51 for Bell Model 206L-4, 407, and 427 helicopters. AD 2001-13-51 required inspecting certain driveshafts for a crack, a loose bolt or nut, or red powder residue and replacing a driveshaft if there is a crack, a loose bolt or nut, or red powder residue. This new AD retains the inspection requirement of AD 2001-13-51 and expands to include the Model 429 helicopter.

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AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation is seeking a Trinidad and Tobago Logistics Manager to coordinate interdepartmental activities across material planning and stock replenishment, receiving of shipped material form AWPC, contract management for materials/tools.

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Prescott, Ariz. (prescottenews.com) - A Universal Helicopter (UHI) reportedly crashed at the Prescott Municipal Airport (KPRC), sometime around 5:00 pm (unconfirmed) on Aug. 18.

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Helicopter Accessory Service, Inc. (HAS) has developed a kit to replace the existing T/R actuator, support, control tube, and bell crank with the late style actuator and related parts that are currently used in Bell 212 & 412s.

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Alexandria, Va. - Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) offers scholarships for students studying to become part of the vertical-aviation industry. Michelle North Scholarship for Safety and Bill Sanderson Aviation Maintenance Technician Scholarships are open now, Commercial Helicopter Rating Scholarships and Maintenance Technician Certificate Scholarships open Sept. 1. Want to join our industry? Apply now!

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Alexandria, Va. - Like a good pilot, a good flight instructor is always learning. Now the European Helicopter Safety Team (EHeST) has prepared a helicopter-specific manual that can benefit instructors worldwide.

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Yokota Air Base, Japan (stripes.com) - A senior U.S. defense official has pledged to provide the Japanese government with more information about an Army helicopter's hard landing aboard a ship off Okinawa's coast.

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New York, N.Y. - FlightSafety International and West Virginia University Institute of Technology announce an exclusive aviation management degree program partnership. This articulation agreement will enable students to receive college credit from West Virginia University Institute of Technology for courses completed at FlightSafety Academy.

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The CommLab at the Helicopter Flight Training Center is providing a dynamic new training experience for communication specialists across the United States. Pilots train in flight simulators and medical personnel use patient simulators. Now communication personal can also receive high tech simulator training.

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AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation is seeking a Program Manager, Trinidad and Tobago, to provide program management services relating to all aspects of the program in country, including maintenance, training, and operations of the production aircraft.

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