65-26D - Charles Taylor “Master Mechanic” Award (Cancelled) (Cancelled)
- Cancellation Notes
- Memo from AFS-1 Attached
- Date Cancelled
- September 29, 2015
- Date Issued
- August 04, 2009
- Responsible Office
This revised advisory circular (AC) clarifies the administrative procedures to ensure that applications for the Charles Taylor “Master Mechanic” Award are properly submitted and processed. This revision also outlines procedures to ensure that an award recipient’s information is submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Safety Team (FAASTeam) National Resource Center (NRC) for inclusion in the “Roll of Honor” found on FAASafety.gov.
- Cancellation of Advisory Circular AC 65-26D (PDF, 120 KB)
- AC 65-26D Change 1 (PDF, 36 KB)
- AC 65-26D (PDF, 87 KB)
Charles Taylor "Master Mechanic" Award
Presents changes to the Charles Taylor “Master Mechanic” award. This FAA award recognizes aviation maintenance personnel who have at least 50 years of experience in the aviation maintenance industry. The award is named for Charles Taylor, the mechanic who maintained the Wright Brothers airplane.