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On October 14, John Henry Ford, who formerly held an FAA Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) Certificate and was the owner/mechanic of Raco Helicopters Corp., based at Monmouth County NJ Airport, Farmingdale, NJ, was sentenced in U.S.
On Aug 5, Kenneth Wayne Leaming (a/k/a Keny Wayne), of Spanaway, WA, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Tacoma, WA to 31 days jail time served and fined $1,000 for flying an airplane without a valid airman certificate.
On April 15, two days into a jury trial, John Henry Ford, owner/mechanic of Raco Helicopters Corp., based at Monmouth County NJ Airport, Farmingdale, NJ, pled guilty in U.S.
On December 15, we issued our audit of FAA's oversight of air carriers' use of non-certificated repair facilities. This audit was requested by Rep. James Oberstar, Ranking Minority on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Two Officials of California Aircraft Parts Brokerage Firm Sentenced to Combined 22 Years in Jail and Ordered to Pay Nearly $5.5 Million in Case Involving Substitution of Flight-Critical Parts
On November 28, Amanullah J. Khan, former owner/operator of United Aircraft & Electronics, Inc. (UAE), Anaheim, CA, was sentenced in U.S.
On May 13, Douglas Lee Pavelka was sentenced in U.S.
Douglas Lee Pavelka pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Dayton, OH to a criminal charge of falsifying FAA an ‘Instructor’s Recommendation’ which indicated that his Flight Instructor Certificate was valid.
During the week of August 15th, two former aircraft mechanics were sentenced in an ongoing investigation involving contract employees of Triad International Maintenance Corporation (TIMCO), an FAA-certificated repair station in Greensboro, NC.
Our office, the Social Security Administration (SSA) OIG, and U.S.
Aircraft Mechanic Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements on Application for FAA Mechanic’s Certificate
On May 2, Hugo A. Obregon pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Greensboro, NC to a felony charge of making false statements on an application for Airframe Mechanic’s Certificate.