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Aviation cop: 'Minimal but necessary force' was used to remove United passenger - Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

Aviation cop: 'Minimal but necessary force' was used to remove United passenger
Chicago Tribune
A Chicago aviation police officer said "minimal but necessary force" was employed to remove Dr. David Dao from a United Airlines flight after he reacted aggressively when asked to get off the plane, according to records released Monday by the city.
Aviation Cops Tell Their Side Of United Story In Newly-Released ReportsDNAinfo
Aviation Officers: Passenger In United Fiasco Was CombativeCBS Chicago
Aviation officers say United passenger removed using 'minimal but necessary force'WGN-TV
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United passenger was abusive, aviation officer's report says - Press Herald


United passenger was abusive, aviation officer's report says
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CHICAGO — The physician who was dragged off a United Airlines flight in Chicago this month was verbally and physically abusive, and flailing his arms before he lost his balance and struck his mouth on an armrest, according to the aviation officer who ...

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LATI aviation faculty gives free glider rides to public - Watertown Public Opinion


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LATI aviation faculty gives free glider rides to public
Watertown Public Opinion
A small plane can be seen towing a glider over the western part of Watertown on Saturday during Lake Area Technical Institute's free glider rides event. The image was captured from above in a single-engine plane. On the ground below, the ball parks of ...

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Field trip teaches homeschool students about aviation - Baxter Bulletin


Baxter Bulletin

Field trip teaches homeschool students about aviation
Baxter Bulletin
Big Air helped homeschool students and parents learned about aviation during a field trip, such as how airplanes function, what makes them fly and the Civil Air Patrol. Retired Arkansas State University-Mountain Home professor Steve Johnson and Jeri ...

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Auburn aviation program benefits from loan of new Cessna Skyhawk - Opelika Auburn News


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Auburn aviation program benefits from loan of new Cessna Skyhawk
Opelika Auburn News
Textron Aviation, home to the Cessna brand in Wichita, Kansas, is providing a new Skyhawk 172 to Auburn University for six months for educational events and pilot training through its Top Hawk partnership with top university aviation schools. (Photo by ...

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Comac Authorized For C919 Flight - Aviation Week


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Comac Authorized For C919 Flight
Aviation Week
BEIJING—Comac has completed taxi testing of the first C919 narrowbody airliner prototype, and received authorization from Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to conduct the first flight. In the final taxi tests, the first—and so far only ...

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Greatest Threat to Homeland Security? Kelly Says Aviation 'Keeps Me Literally Awake at Night' - CNSNews.com


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Greatest Threat to Homeland Security? Kelly Says Aviation 'Keeps Me Literally Awake at Night'
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(CNSNews.com) - North Korea isn't much of a threat right now, "as long as they're on the other side of the world without a missile and a nuclear weapon to deliver against the United States," Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told CBS's "Face the ...
DHS secretary says "threat against aviation" keeps him up at nightCBS News

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Jamaica to Receive International Aviation Award - Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service


Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Jamaica to Receive International Aviation Award
Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service
Photo: Yhomo Hutchinson Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness (right), speaks with Director General of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA), Nari Williams-Singh (left), following his official tour of the state-of-the-art air traffic ...

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Nigerian govt to procure 20 aircraft for aviation college - Premium Times


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Nigerian govt to procure 20 aircraft for aviation college
Premium Times
The Federal Government is to procure 20 aircraft to make Nigeria College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) Zaria a centre of excellence, Hadi Sirika, Minister of State for Aviation, has said. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that NCAT took delivery of a ...
FG begins phase-out of obsolete aircrafts in aviation collegeDaily Post Nigeria
Aviation College acquires 20 trainer aircraftTheCable

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First Battalion Aviation Unit Deploys to Middle East - U.S. News & World Report


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First Battalion Aviation Unit Deploys to Middle East
U.S. News & World Report
First Battalion Aviation Unit Deploys to Middle East. Dozens of Wisconsin National Guard members from the First Battalion's 147th Aviation are being sent to the Middle East until January. | April 24, 2017, at 8:44 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon ...
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