Countless people helped shape U.S. aviation policy following World War II, but no one had a more profound influence than Alan S. Boyd, the first Transportation secretary. For nearly half a century, no fewer than six U.S. presidents turned to him for his advice and assistance. For his enduring public service, Aviation Week bestowed on Boyd its 2009 Philip J. Klass Award for Lifetime Achievement. His legacy as a champion of aviation began in 1954, when the governor of Florida appointed ...

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