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Professional Aviation Maintenance Association Names John Goglia Chairman

Served On The NTSB From August 1995 To June 2004

The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) announces the selection of its new chairman, The Honorable John Goglia.

“PAMA’s Board is deeply committed to providing aviation maintenance technicians with the tools and support needed to ensure a strong aviation infrastructure for our nation,” said past PAMA Chairman Roger Sickler.  “PAMA will be well served with John managing the day-to-day operations of the association, building upon the services and benefits we offer our members and the industry.”

Goglia (pictured) was the first and only airframe and powerplant mechanic to receive a presidential appointment to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), serving from August 1995 to June 2004. He played a key role in focusing international attention on the increasing significance of aircraft maintenance in aviation accidents. With more than 40 years’ experience in the aviation industry, Goglia is a sought-out speaker and author.

Goglia is the recipient of Aviation Week & Space Technology coveted 2004 Laurel for his outstanding service as an NTSB Board member. In 2003, the Society of Automotive Engineers presented him with the Aerospace Chair Award for outstanding leadership, and in 2002, the Marvin Whitlock Award for outstanding management accomplishment.

For most of his career Goglia has advocated on behalf of, and demanded professionalism from, the aviation maintenance workforce. He sees the chairmanship as an opportunity to further those efforts: “Every mechanic needs a voice on the issues, subjects, things that affect their life and career. PAMA is that voice for many mechanics. I look forward to helping guide the association’s path to ensure aviation maintenance technicians are heard on things that are important to them.”

(Source: PAMA news release)



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