Mick Devine for New England RVP

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Mick Devine's Vision

Watch Mick’s video series to better understand his vision for New England. Stay tuned for updates!

Semper Fidelis

In 1883, the Marine Corps inherited the motto “Semper Fidelis,” which means “Always Faithful.” It is a elegant and refreshing code of ethics every Marine lives by. Semper Fidelis symbolizes the lifelong commitment held by every Marine for the Corps and America, a...

Video 12 Endorsement

As everyone by now has already recognized, there is a national election. I have been called numerous times requesting my endorsement for national president and executive vice president. I declined all offers. Let me explain why. I am a candidate in an election of my...

Video 11 Biggest Change

Time for the next question, it comes from The Boston Tower: What’s the biggest adjustment you think you’ll have to make going from a facrep of a core 30 airport to an RVP? Thanks for the question. As an RVP, the stakes are bigger, but you get more tools to work with....

Problem Solving

The ability to think in terms of multiple, rather than single, causes. When you drop a book, it will fall on the floor -- a single-cause event. But most of the interesting things in the world have multiple causes; training success in an air traffic facility, for...

Video 10 FAA Privatization

Did you support NATCA decision to support the transportation bill that promoted privatization? Great question from Al at ZBW. I did and do support NATCA’s stance that the current system of funding the FAA is broken. A move into a not for profit model was one of many...

Video 9 Who Do You Think You Are

Hello Everyone, over the last 2 ½ months, since the campaign started, we have been getting questions from NATCA members across New England. Over the next couple of weeks, we will be answering those questions. Here is the first one: Who do you think you are trying to...

Video 8 Leadership Through We

Leadership Through We We’ve received some emails asking what Leadership Through WE really is. How does a Leadership Through WE mantra actually translate into building our union? Look, NATCA New England has a very weird dynamic. We have leaders who emerge in...

Video 7 Not My Plan

Not My Plan Election season seems to create some silly rumors. I’d like a moment of your time to dispel one that has made its way out of New England,...

Video 6 Mick Devine Transparency

Transparency What should you, the members of the New England Region, expect from me if am fortunate enough to win your confidence and vote for Regional Vice President?  The RVP is a democratic representational position. How can I represent the members of this great...

Video 5 Mick Devine Family Man

Mick Devine Family Man Early on in my life, my father instilled a strong work ethic in me. At 10 years old, he made me walk down to the neighborhood deli and ask for a job. My job was to sweep the front sidewalk and the back parking lot. I was making $3.35 per hour. I...

Help the Cause and Show Your Support

I am requesting contributions to support the financial portion of an election campaign in NATCA’s New England Region. I am running in a contested election against a 4-term incumbent who is running for his 5th term.


Federal law strictly prohibits the use of union and/or employer funds to promote the candidacy of any person in a union officer election. This prohibition was adopted to prevent a current officer from being able to use the union treasury to help finance an election campaign. It was also intended to prohibit an employer from being able to influence the outcome of a union election.


The funds contributed will be used for mailings and travel to interact with as many NATCA members as possible during the election cycle. Thank you for considering.

About Mick Devine

Mick Devine is the NATCA BOS Tower Facility Representative (Facrep). He is honored to accept the nomination for New England RVP.

Experienced Facrep

As a three term Facrep, Mick based his entire presidency on recruiting, mentoring, empowering, educating and informing.


Mick was a dedicated US Marine, so he understands how to accomplish the mission with integrity and hard work.