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B/CA Fast Five
Photograph: John J. Goglia Member, NTSB The first working A&P mechanic to serve on the NTSB, Goglia has more than four decades of aviation experience, from piloting his own J-3 Cub, to overseeing maintenance for USAir. He received the Aviation Mechanic of the Year Award in 1994 and the following year was named to the Safety Board. He is respected for his knowledge, professionalism and honest talk. 1 Do you think aviation technicians should receive recurrent training? Goglia: It should be mandatory. You need it to keep pace with what's going on.