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Troubleshooting expert Logsdon to work on Textron
After graduating with an Associate's Degree in Aviation Maintenance in 1996, Frank Logsdon found his way to Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, in 2000. Since then he has progressed steadily through the ranks.
Frank Logsdon started his aviation career with Great Lakes Airlines.

Duncan Aviation has appointed Frank Logsdon as the the company's technical representative for Textron products. In this position, he will provide troubleshooting and technical support for customers who operate Citation and Hawker aircraft, as well as company airframe maintenance teams.

As a long-time Duncan Aviation employee, Logsdon has continuously advanced, taking on new leadership responsibilities. “I have always enjoyed troubleshooting to find the heart of a problem. This new position allows me to continue that process in support of our airframe maintenance teams and Citation and Hawker operators.” He is also looking forward to being a formal Duncan Aviation liaison to Textron, encouraging continued open communication.

Jeremy Rangel, Duncan Aviation's airframe manager in Lincoln, Nebraska, is pleased to have Logsdon on board. “Frank's substantial understanding of the Textron models makes him a valuable addition to the tech rep team. His knowledge and experience will continue the growth of Duncan Aviation's Textron programme.”

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