2019 IAM Photo Contest Winners (Video)Winner Gallery
1 First Place
Photographer: Geoff Nicholas, Local 1681
Local Lodge 1681 members deicing a 737 Max at dawn on Christmas morning.
2 Second Place
Photographer: David Iacobucci, Local SC711
M1 support Services Propulsion Maintainers inspect & blend all 2nd stage compressor blades prior to inlet fan module build-up.
3 Third Place
Photographer: Scott Gardner, Local 774
IAMAW Local Lodge 708 Members on strike against Flight Safety Services Corporation at McConnell AFT in Wichita, KS – Feb. 12, 2019
Photographer: Dave Lehive, Local 1776
IAM Local 1776 Sister Jacquelin L Green is seen directing jet aircraft from the Philadelphia Ramp Control Tower.
Photographer: Connie Kelliher, Local 751F
The 737 wingline produces more than 2 shipsets (4 wings) per workday. Tyler Martin, Leath Day and David Sengaroon work on a 737 wing.
Photographer: Maurizio Romanelli, Local 717T
Machining an aerospace shaft on a manual lathe.
Photographer: Lisa Ferm, Local 2339N
Safety is always the number one priority. It’s just me up there at 30,000 feet. I want to be prepared.
Photographer: Ko Vang, Local 737
After cleaning of the aluminum can top molds, inspecting them for the final product is crucial.
Photographer: Jason Chan, Local 751A
751A members Jon Voss (burgundy shirt) and Mike Frank work on the trailing edge of a 737 wing.
Photographer: Michael Golab, Local 1211
Material handler checking the inventory of a location in the component stock room at Lord Corporation, Erie.
Photographer: Steven Tripp, Local 2210
IAM member Helen Oliveira-Brown delivers the final flight paperwork to AFA member Matt Hoy for a flight departing Austin, TX.
Photographer: Larry Wilson, Local 774
April is a licensed forklift operator. She is moving numerous things around in order to make room for newly delivered material that will go into the manufacturing of airplane parts.