American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker, Marty Baker, widow of Robert W. Baker, and their son Robert Baker, Jr., with a rendering at the ground-breaking in 2014 of the Integrated Operations Center. The project received incentives from Fort Worth. The city is considering changes to its abatement policies.
American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker, Marty Baker, widow of Robert W. Baker, and their son Robert Baker, Jr., with a rendering at the ground-breaking in 2014 of the Integrated Operations Center. The project received incentives from Fort Worth. The city is considering changes to its abatement policies. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker, Marty Baker, widow of Robert W. Baker, and their son Robert Baker, Jr., with a rendering at the ground-breaking in 2014 of the Integrated Operations Center. The project received incentives from Fort Worth. The city is considering changes to its abatement policies. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives

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