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Local 154's Dunlevy wins national apprentice contest, 26th Annual MOST Tripartite Conference eyes industry developments, new tanker orders boost L-19 work force, USA clay shoot breaks records, L-344 members win overtime pay, L-13's DeSeta receives medals for service in Vietnam, Boilermakers attend School for Workers, and much, much more...

USA clay shoot breaks records

THE L-363 TEAM CAPTURES THE TOP OVERALL TEAM HONORS with a score of 396. L. to r

Boilermaker-backed event raises $90,000, draws 200

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New contract summaries

L-87 — West Chester, Pa.

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Boilermakers bike for brotherhood

Riders from two locals travel Indiana for fun and camaraderie

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DeSeta receives medals for service in Vietnam

BG (RET.) TERRY WILEY pins a Bronze Star on retired L-13 member Lou DeSeta

Army cites L-13 retiree four decades after combat tour

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Locals award service pins

Local 1 — Chicago

John Skermont , BM-ST of Local 1, Chicago, reports presentation of membership pins to the following:

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Boilermakers attend School for Workers

Basic Class 2011

Institutes focus on labor education

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Austerity measures threaten national security

Newton B. Jones, International President

THE FAILURE OF the congressional “super committee” to reach agreement on $1.2 trillion in budget cuts over the next 10 years creates a super-sized problem for the security of the United States. Without intervention by Congress, automatic cuts will go into effect in 2013, and the Defense Department will shoulder half of the rollback.

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Area tripartite conferences confront industry issues

JON MARING, Director of Power Gen Construction for PG&E, participates in a discu

Alliance partners meet in Western States, Southeast

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Tripartite conference eyes industry developments

MOST ADMINISTRATOR BILL PALMISANO, r., receives the Charles W. Jones Distinguish

THE 26TH ANNUAL MOST Tripartite Conference held at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Oct. 2-6 examined a host of industry developments, with an emphasis on pending U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations and their impact on coal-fired power plants. But before addressing those developments, participants took time to acknowledge long-time MOST Administrator Bill Palmisano, who will retire at the end of the year.

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Retired IST Charles Moran dies

Charles F. (Chick) Moran

Served as IVP for 14 years

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