John Bahrenburg, a maintenance technician at the Meridian Jet Center at Teterboro, N.J., has won this year’s FAA Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award for having spent more than 50 years in the aircraft maintenance profession. Bahrenburg began his aviation career with the U.S. Air Force and earned his A&P license while with Red Bank Air Taxi in Red Bank, N.J. He then worked for Matco at New Jersey’s Linden Airport, joined the American Cyanamid flight department at Teterboro and eventually ...
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