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AB. When he arrives in Dallas, Anastasiadi said he’s looking forward to networking with other civilian and military teams to share information and learn from each other. “What I’m most excited about is


working and competing alongside these other teams,” he said. “Seeing how a civilian maintainer works versus a military maintainer. And competition always gets your blood going. It’s going to be cool to see who’s the better maintainer. You learn from your losses, and if you win, you have bragging rights!”


Twenty years later, Glover has


parlayed his love of aviation into a successful career as an aircraft maintenance engineer for WestJet Airlines (Canada) in Halifax, Nova Scotia.


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working line maintenance,” Glover said of working on the airline’s fl eet of Boeing 737s and De Havilland Dash 8 Q400s. “If you really want to excel in this industry, there are options for you.”


DAVID GLOVER –


WESTJET AIRLINES Living close to Gander (Newfoundland, Canada) International Airport and growing up watching planes start and fi nish their journeys across the pond helped David Glover grow an appreciation for aviation. So, it was really no surprise when he chose a career as an aircraft technician. “I was at my friend’s house and his dad told me to look into aircraft maintenance,” Glover recalls. “I was always tinkering with stuff , working with my hands. I enrolled in an aircraft maintenance course and got started. It’s been a great experience ever since.”


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