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AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE COMPETITION


UNITED AIRLINES TEAM CLEVELAND WINS WILLIAM F. “BILL” O’BRIEN AWARD AT 2019 AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE COMPETITION PRESENTED BY SNAP-ON


Make that three in a row for the team from Cleveland! United Airlines Team Cleveland bested 82 teams from around the world, the largest fi eld ever to compete in the Aerospace Maintenance Competition Presented by Snap-on (AMC), to win the famed William F. “Bill” O’Brien Award for Excellence in Aircraft Maintenance. This is Team Cleveland’s third consecutive AMC victory, which was announced April 11 at the MRO Americas Convention in Atlanta.


28 DOMmagazine.com | june 2019 “When we heard United Airlines


Team Cleveland, I was so incredibly proud and happy. To do a three-peat, I didn’t expect it,” said Team Captain Russ Peterson. “I can’t say anything more than the guys on my team are the best. Brian Hall, being the coach of the team, is defi nitely the leader. He sets the foundation and they take it from there. These guys just build on each other; it’s the greatest experience ever.” “It’s a lot of support from United and a lot of teamwork from


THREE-PEAT CHAMPIONS!


everybody,” added Team Coach Brian Hall on the keys to winning a third straight O’Brien Award. Joining Peterson and Hall on


United Airlines Team Cleveland were Harold Dschuhan, Daniel Morrison, Garrett Morrison, David Vance and Jack Waldeck. The William F. “Bill” O’Brien


Award for Excellence in Aircraft Maintenance, is the grand prize for the team with the overall winning score in the Aerospace Maintenance Competition. The four-foot tall


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