The International Association of Machinists dispatched its Disaster Services Department to the devastating scene in the Florida Panhandle where Hurricane Michael destroyed neighborhoods and claimed lives. The post IAM Helps Hurricane Victims in Florida appeared first on IAMAW.
In a recent article on the TCU website it was reported that a group of bipartisan congressman wrote to DOT Secretary Chao concerning Kansas City Southern’s (KCS) petition for waiver to allow Mexican crews to preform Class III inspections on the Mexican side of the border instead of the inspections being performed by US inspectors […]
IAM members from 20 local lodges and seven district lodges, representing every territory within our union, have been announced as winners in the IAM Communications Contest. Visit contest.goIAM.org to see all the winners. Each year the IAM recognizes the best Local and District newsletters, websites and photography. Winning photographs will be featured in the 2019 […]
The Winter 2018-2019 IAM Journal will be hitting the doorsteps on IAM members by early November. Here’s a first look at one of several articles in this edition. Situated just west of Texarkana, TX, Red River Army Depot, or RRAD, covers a 50 square mile area and comprises upwards of 1,400 buildings. Since 1941 the […]