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    Default An airframe and power plant mechanic with 37 years’ service was discharged for neglig


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    I like that, logic prevailed

    Steve
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    Union +1
    "Arguing with an inspector is like wrestling with a pig in the mud, after a while you realize the pig enjoys it".

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    That is stupid right there.. Glad logic wins out on that one... I'm not going to say I wouldn't have done the same.. I mean I know I've done something very similar when the right equipment wasn't available to us.. I mean I guess at the same time how much crap would they have given him if he had just said, screw it and called it a day.. due to the power being out, and no proper equipment available, like even if he had stayed @ work, just not done anything due to not having what he really needed to complete the job properly??

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    Not a big fan of unions, but in this case, glad to see he had an arbitrator!!!