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HANGAR TALK


Summit Aviation Receives Second Consecutive Hire Vets Award


Summit Aviation recently received the HIRE Vets Platinum Medallion Award from the U.S. Department of Labor for 2020 for its efforts to recruit, employ and retain the nation’s veterans.


This marks the second consecutive year Summit Aviation has received the prestigious award. The Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans (HIRE Vets) Award Medallion Program implements the requirements of the HIRE Vets Act of 2017 (Public Law 115-31), which President Donald J. Trump signed in May 2017. It is the only veteran hiring award given at the federal level, and recognizes


31 The number of Airbus


NH90 NFH “SeaTiger” helicopters the German Bundeswehr (navy) recently ordered to replace their Sea Lynx Mk88A fleet. The Bundeswehr has already


ordered 18 NH90 “Sea Lion” naval transport helicopters, seven of which have already been delivered.


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a company or organization’s commitment to veteran hiring, retention, and professional development.


“Our veteran employees exemplify unique leadership, technical expertise and problem-solving abilities. Those are highly valued skill sets in any workplace – particularly ours,” said Ralph Kunz, vice president and general manager for Summit Aviation. “We’re humbled to not only work alongside our veterans each day, but also to receive positive recognition for the supportive culture of our environment.”


Summit Aviation currently employs 75 veterans of the United States Armed Forces.


The number of feet a metallic ‘obelisk’ protruded from the red rocks of southern Utah, similar to the mysterious monolith in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. It was spotted by


a Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter crew last November. Pilot Bret Hutchings said it was “about the strangest thing I’ve come across out there, in all my years of flying.” The monument has since vanished with no trace of who—or what—put it in the wilderness.


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The kilometers north of Auckland, New Zealand, in the Kaipara Flats area, that a Westpac Rescue Helicopter crew spotted a “love heart glade” from the skies as it flew to a mission


last November. Someone used garden tools to create a very large declaration of love that can be seen from above.


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