Attendees were in their seats early for breakfast on the final day of the 2014 Annual Repair Symposium. Over the meal, ARSA President Gary Jordan (President & CEO, Jordan Propeller Service, Inc) provided his annual report.
Members were then given some free time—a rarity during a week filled with presentations, discussions, and activities—in order to prepare for trips home. As a final order of business, they had to make the important choice between one of three closing breakout sessions: Change Management, Repair Station Security Rule & Export/Import Compliance, or a workshop on Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA).
Thank you to all the participants, speakers, and sponsors who helped to make the 2014 Annual Repair Symposium a success. Be sure to mark your calendars; we hope to see you next year from 18-20 March.
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