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ARSA is a Responsible Adult! Help Celebrate the Association’s 30th Birthday!

ARSA is 30 years old – seasoned and experienced – and can live long and prosper with great, active members like you. After all, once you’re over the hill, you pick up speed.download

Wish ARSA happy birthday by sharing your memories and spreading a little aviation maintenance love. Looking back over the years, is there anything special you’d like to share? When was the association most valuable to you? What was the situation? How did we help?
We’d love to hear your stories whether you’ve been with us since the beginning or have just come around. The ultimate birthday gift is interacting with members to make the aviation industry a safer place.

Please submit photos, videos, animated birthday eCards, engraved jewelry, whatever, by Friday, September 19. We will use the submissions to create a special birthday message for upcoming association events.

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