Obama taps Huerta for 5-year term as FAA head

US President Barack Obama has nominated acting FAA administrator Michael Huerta to officially become the agency's full-time head for a five-year term. Huerta abruptly ascended from FAA deputy administrator to acting chief in December 2011 after former administrator Randy Babbitt resigned following...

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