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Robert A. Sturgell

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Federal Aviation Administration

HQ Phone:  (202) 366-4000

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Federal Aviation Administration

800 Independence Ave., SW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20591

United States

Company Description

The Federal Aviation Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation is the government agency charged with regulation of the commercial space industry. At present, space tourism is the most vulnerable sector of the commercial space industry and early ... more

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October, 2009 | Newspaper Death Watch

newspaperdeathwatch.com [cached]

Completion of a tower that will give Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport controllers technology and visibility to monitor air traffic for the foreseeable future, settling a contract that will keep the controllers on the job and redefining air space corridors, are keys to the Valley airport's future, Robert Sturgell, FAA deputy administrator, said Thursday.


2012 Sentinel of Safety Award: Jim Fossey

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Former acting FAA administrator Bobby Sturgell signed the agreement in March 2008, but full implementation of the program didn't happen until during the labor-friendly Obama Administration.


mil-embedded.com

"I think we'll see uses we aren't even thinking of, and not just from law enforcement," says Bobby Sturgell, Vice President at Rockwell Collins and former Administrator of the FAA.
"The robustness of the data link and sense and avoid capability are some of the most important technological issues for UASs as they enter civilian airspace," Sturgell says. "Unmanned aircraft are the next big thing in aviation, and we don't know what we don't know when it comes to the different ways unmanned aircraft can benefit the public," Sturgell says.


Bobby Sturgell

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Home > Our Company > Leadership > Bobby Sturgell
Bobby Sturgell Senior Vice President , Washington Operations Robert Sturgell Bobby Sturgell is senior vice president of Washington Operations for Rockwell Collins. Sturgell's responsibilities include developing and implementing the company's governmental, regulatory, legislative and industrial affairs strategies, and maintaining relationships with Congressional members, staff and other administration officials. He was named to this position in April 2009. Before joining Rockwell Collins, he served as acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) overseeing the regulation of commercial and private aviation in the United States. He also led the agency's day-to-day operations, capital programs and modernization efforts. Before joining the FAA, Sturgell served as the senior policy advisor at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). He was the focal point for analysis and coordination of the NTSB's safety recommendations, policies, programs and safety initiatives. Sturgell came to the federal sector after flying for United Airlines, where he was a flight operations supervisor and line pilot. He flew Boeing 757 and 767 airplanes on domestic and international routes. Sturgell also practiced aviation law in Washington, D.C. A former naval aviator, Sturgell was an instructor at Top Gun, the Navy's Fighter Weapons School. He has flown the F-14, F-16, F-18 and A-4 aircraft, and retired from the Navy as a commander. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and the University of Virginia School of Law.


www.collinsflight2.com

Home > News and Events > All > Statement by Bobby Sturgell, Senior Vice President, Washington Operations, Rockwell Collins on FAA Reauthorization Bill
All News Follow Rockwell Collins on Bobby Sturgell Statement by Bobby Sturgell, Senior Vice President, Washington Operations, Rockwell Collins on FAA Reauthorization Bill Bobby Sturgell is a veteran of the aviation industry. Before joining Rockwell Collins, he served as acting administrator of the FAA overseeing the regulation of commercial and private aviation in the United States. He also served as the senior policy advisor at the National Transportation Safety Board, and was previously an airline pilot and Naval aviator.


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