Atlantic SGJ Makes Significant Impact During Search Efforts
CONTRIBUTOR: Atlantic Aviation
The entire KSGJ Atlantic Aviation base (St. Augustine, FL) has demonstrated first class corporate social responsibility during the week of the highly syndicated search and rescue efforts for the two teenage boys, Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, who were reported missing off of the coast of Jupiter, FL on July 24th, 2015.
“[This base] felt like a home away from home…” are some of the sentiments, stepfather Nicholas Korniloff, has expressed towards our staff, as every employee at the KSGJ base have done their share to execute the complex coordination of private and government entities who all worked together to make sure the families of these two young boys had every resource they needed.
Since the beginning of the search, the KSGJ base accommodated the remarkably optimistic and courageous family members with complementary lunches, consistent crew car availability, posted missing persons flyers around the base, coordinated dozens of itinerant and based search and rescue aircraft and most importantly, provided an overwhelmingly positive attitude throughout the family’s difficult time.
On behalf of the KSGJ staff, “We are honored to be there for our community and are willing to go the extra mile to make a difference in the lives of our customers.”