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In the Air with the Lt. Dan Band

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It was a concert months in the making, but if the cheering crowd was any indication, it was well worth the wait. With the sun setting under a balmy night sky, the Lt. Dan Band, a program of the Gary Sinise Foundation, took the stage at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, with acclaimed actor Gary Sinise leading… Read more »

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Women With Wings: First Officer Amanda Tucker

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It was supposed to be a routine overnight trip to Pensacola, Florida for Envoy First Officer Amanda Tucker. She was going to show what a day-in-the-life of an Envoy pilot entails – her walk around inspection, flight planning, riding the shuttle to the hotel, a trip to a local restaurant…you know, the usual. But Amanda… Read more »

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Birds of a feather flock together at SAFECON

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On October 31, members of Envoy Pilot Recruitment, along with the Vice President of Flight Operations, Captain Ric Wilson, paid a visit to the NIFA Region IX SAFECON competition, sponsored by Envoy. The week-long competition was held at the Auburn University Regional Airport where Envoy brought an Embraer 175 for a show and tell. The E175… Read more »

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Adkins Aviators Take Flight with Envoy

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On Friday, October 27, Envoy Pilot Recruitment hosted a group of 57 fourth grade students from Adkins Elementary for a day of fun and discovery at the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum. The “Adkins Aviators” were treated to a film about the history of flight, presentations from both Envoy and American employees, and were able to participate… Read more »

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Partnering with Team Rubicon in Houston

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In late September, American partnered with Team Rubicon to assist with the relief efforts from this summer’s storms. And part of that effort included an Envoy-operated Embraer 175, taking volunteers from Denver (DEN) to Houston (IAH) and back again a week later. “I ran saws, lobbing tree limbs for seven straight days,” said Team Rubicon… Read more »

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