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Women With Wings: DFW Operations – Part Two

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Missed part one? Catch up here. In the DFW control center, their main function is to orchestrate the aircraft traffic coming in and out of the airport to ensure a safe, orderly operation. Like maestros conducting a symphony, the Envoy ground traffic controllers and coordinators carefully arrange the DFW ramp into a beautiful song composed… Read more »

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Envoy helps send soldiers to the Armed Forces Bowl

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Last December, Envoy and American Airlines partnered with the Armed Forces YMCA (ASYMCA) to charter two flights sending soldiers and wounded warriors plus their families to the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas.  Envoy provided Embraer 175 and 145 jets to charter passengers from Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; El Paso, Texas (Fort… Read more »

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Women With Wings: DFW Operations – Part One

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From corner to corner lining every wall, desk and table, computer monitors light up the room of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) Virtual Control Center. The screens cover the room in a sky-blue hue while dozens of employees talk quietly over phones and headsets, and decipher the labyrinthine charts and diagrams on the glowing monitors.  In the… Read more »

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Unveiling the portrait of an American Fallen Soldier

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In the American Fallen Soldiers Project Gallery, sparkling tinsel hung from the ceiling like golden clouds harboring angels, bells and snowflakes. Over the speakers, a playlist of Christmas music peppered with patriotic songs softly filled the studio with holiday cheer. Gathered in the Addison, Texas gallery were family and friends of Army Sgt. Joshua Strickland,… Read more »

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