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On June 12, 2019, Gary Stratton was sentenced in U.S. District Court, Montgomery, Alabama, to 2 years’ probation, a $100 special assessment, and $3,200 fine for committing computer-related fraud.
On March 5, 2019, Gary Scott Stratton was charged via information in U.S. District Court, Montgomery, Alabama, with computer-related fraud.
Florida Man Arrested for Probation Violation After Operating a Commercial Aircraft Without a Valid Pilot’s License
On December 11, 2019, Christopher Woods was arrested for violating the terms of probation by operating an aircraft after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) suspended his airman’s certificate and flying commercially beyond a 250-mile radiu
In 2012, as required by the Rail Safety Improvement Act (RSIA) of 2008, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) issued a rule for the certification of conductors to ensure that only people who meet minimum Federal safety standards serve as condu
Ensuring the safety of our Nation’s roads requires addressing the increase in fatalities involving large trucks and buses.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) shares the Governmentwide challenge of attracting and retaining talented and trained individuals who can plan, manage, and oversee contracts to ensure that agencies obtain the best value for their mission-
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for overseeing the safety and certification of all civilian aircraft manufactured and operated in the United States.
Five Individuals and Helicopter Company Charged in Superseding Indictment for Violations Involving Aircraft
On December 12, 2019, a Federal grand jury in the District Court of Guam returned a superseding indictment against John D. Walker, owner of Hansen Helicopters, Inc., and company employees Marvin R. Reed, Kenneth R. Crowe, and Phillip T. Kapp.
On May 9, 2019, in U.S.
On May 30, 2019, a four-count indictment was unsealed in the U.S.