Год / месяц: 2014/3-4
Формат: PDF - 2 MB
The Navy & Marine corps aviation safety magazine
Focus on Avoiding Repeat Mishaps
2. Initial Approach Fix
Power of the Past
By CAPT Chris Saindon
A message from the Director, Aviation Safety Programs, about learning from past mishaps to avoid repeating them.
3. Mishaps—Avoiding Repeat Performances
By Maj Rob Orr, USMC
Why do we have repeat mishaps? An instructor at the School of Aviation Safety explores ways to improve the effectiveness of lessons learned.
6. Relearning Lessons Learned
Every aviation community can trace the causal factors of a mishap to similar mishaps of the past. Our analysts discuss several examples of past mishaps and give suggestions on how to pass on the lessons.
14. What Signal Was That?
By LT Robert Kershner
Non-verbal communication should be clear and effective. Check
out the flight-deck hand signals in this article to see why.
17. Live Hoisting, Live Rescue
By LT Patrick Kelley-Hauske
Be ready to take on a SAR mission every time you fly.
19. Kermit the FOD
By LTJG Nicholas Vlasak
They’re green and they can be anywhere.
21. Engine Out Over San Clemente Island
By LT Robert Steiner
As they approached the runway, a fire truck and ambulance were waiting to greet them.
28. Don’t Be that Ensign
By ENS Nathan Windhorst
An inner sense of panic struck the ensign.
30. Two and a Half Minutes
By LT Patrick Cadoret
A student evaluation becomes an exam for the instructor.