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Lending a Hand

rotorcraft pilot’s work is never done, it seems. With so many applications and in recent years, they have tackled jobs such as flying buckets of concrete for a ski lift to the top of Washington’s Crystal Mountain near Mount Rainier, placing HVAC equipment on the tops of buildings in downtown Chicago using 100- and 200-foot lines, and working to save homes during fire season in the Pacific Northwest (above). Looking for an aviation challenge and a solid career path? A new world awaits.

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