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- ‘He also earned certification as an air traffic controller with military control-tower rating.’
- ‘Imagine looking at the blips on the monitor of an air traffic controller in Las Angeles, multiplying those radar blips by 100-then zooming in on the flight path of a single aircraft.’
- ‘Will I need more training in order to continue my career as an air traffic controller at an airport?’
- ‘I didn't wait but went into the Army as an air traffic controller.’
- ‘Spatial ability is especially germane for efficient performance in some occupations, such as that of an air traffic controller.’
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