Bush to nominate Sturgell as new FAA chief

President Bush plans to nominate Robert Sturgell to be permanent administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration for a term of five years. Sturgell is deputy and acting FAA administrator. The Senate must vote to confirm him.

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