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Professional Helicopter Pilots Association - Local 102

PHPA is a labor organization granted legitimacy by an act of Congress of the United States of America, to represent the employees of the flight training contract workforce for collective bargaining of wages, benefits, working conditions, and grievances.

The goal of the membership is to provide the customer professional training in a safe and efficient manner.


Upcoming By-Law Changes

The following download is an explanation of the upcoming by-law changes.

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Click here to download the file. The above file is in PDF format. Click the image below to get the free Adobe Reader.

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August 2016 Commo Check

The August 2016 Commo Check newsletter has been posted. Click here to download the August 2016 Commo Check The above file is in PDF format. Click the image below to get the free Adobe Reader. Prior versions of the Commo Check newsletter can be downloaded from the Commo Check Page.

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401k Voting Results

Thanks to everyone who participated in the vote in person or online. The results are as follows: YES – 91 NO – 83 NON-VOTES – 137 Failed to get enough votes to go to Merrill Lynch. Merry Christmas

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The following offices are open for nominations: Vice President, Recording Secretary, Advanced Division Trustee, and Primary Division Trustee. Nominations to date are as follows: Vice President Lee Murphy Recording Secretary Jim Guy Advanced Division Trustee Open Primary Division Trustee Bill Haaren Nominations for the open positions started at the June general membership meeting and will continue through the July meeting. …

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UH-72 Lakota Transition Facts

A History Lesson By: David Oltmans   The E-Board has been fielding questions and challenges as to how the UH-72 transition is being implemented.  The Executive Board has attempted to orally clarify the transition methodology and how it impacts the seniority of the bargaining unit.  This is a further attempt to further clarify these implementation steps, but first a history …

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