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U.S. Coast Guard Awards

U.S. Coast Guard Awards

Consistent with Airbus Helicopters, Inc.’s philosophy to encourage excellence from those who fly and support its rotorcraft, the company has established two awards dedicated to honoring key achievements in U.S. Coast Guard operations.

Information specific to each award – including its criteria, levels and process for qualification – can be found by following the links below:

Coast Guard MH-65 Flight Hour Award

The Airbus Helicopters, Inc. U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Flight Hour Award has been developed to recognize all crew members’ flight experience in the MH-65. The award is based on hours flown in the HH-65 and qualifiying crew members receive an award pin, a patch and certificate for each level reached.

Eligible crew members include pilot, co-pilot, flight mechanic and rescue swimmer.

Award Criteria

  • Award levels are based on number of hours flown in an Airbus Helicopters MH-65 helicopter.
  • Time in both current production and earlier Airbus Helicopters models are valid.
  • Pilots may combine times, if they have experience in flying more than one Airbus Helicopters model.
  • Hours should be cumulative, starting with the crew member’s first flight experience in an Airbus Helicopters MH-65.

Award Levels

HOURS FLOWS AWARD LEVEL
500 Bronze
1.000 Sapphire
1.500 Ruby
2.500 Emerald
3.500 Diamond
5.000 Gold

Entries should be submitted directly to karla.newman@airbus.com

 

Significant Accomplishment Recognition

In addition to the award program previously described, we would like to offer the opportunity to recognize a crew member who has made a significant contribution/accomplishment to your operations in the MH-65.
Recipients of this special recognition will receive an attractive plaque, suitable for presentation at an official ceremony or awards function. To submit a nomination, please email karla.newman@airbus.com or call +1-972-641-3402.

Coast Guard Maintenance Technician Award

The Airbus Helicopters, Inc. U.S. Coast Guard Maintenance Technician Award has been developed to recognize the experience and responsibility level of those who keep the U.S. Coast Guard fleet flying. The award is based on a number of factors, which contribute to the overall experience a Maintenance Technician gains. Qualifying Maintenance Technicians receive a recognition medallion for their tool box or roll away for each level reached.

Award Criteria

  • This award applies to maintenance experience with the Airbus Helicopters MH-65 helicopter.
  • Potential recipients must have, as a minimum, attended the USCG “C” School on the MH-65.
  • Award levels are based on years. Years can be accumulated through actual years of experience as well as added responsibilities. See below
For each full year of experience maintaining the MH-65 helicopter add: 1 year
Those who serve (or have served) as a primary QA add: 1 year
Those who are (or have been) a Maintenance Control Chief add: 1 year

Example

  • The potential recipient has maintained the MH-65 helicopter for 4 years
  • The potential recipient is Maintenance Control Chief

Award Levels

5 Years - Airbus Helicopters Certified Technician

10 Years - Airbus Helicopters Senior Technician

15 Years - Airbus Helicopters Master Technician

25 Years - Airbus Helicopters Distinguished Technician

 

Entries should be submitted directly to karla.newman@airbus.com

Significant Accomplishment Recognition

Airbus Helicopters, Inc. sincerely believes in the difference Maintenance Technicians can make to the success of your operation. The accomplishments of these professionals, however, often go unnoticed. In addition to the awards program described above, we would like to offer the opportunity to recognize someone who has made a significant maintenance contribution/accomplishment within the USCG. Recipients of this special recognition will receive an attractive plaque, suitable for giving at a company awards function, a dinner, etc. To nominate a Maintenance Technician, please either email or call Karla Newman.

Questions

If you have any questions; please email at karla.newman@airbus.com or call +1-972-641-3402.

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