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“INDEPENDENCE DOES NOT MEAN ISOLATION”: A PRACTICAL APPROACHREUSS, J F3242016
A FAMILY AFFAIR: AIRASIA GROUP IN LIGHT OF INDONESIA AIRASIA FLIGHT QZ8501FERNANDES T F2162016
A NEW TOOL FOR ANALYZING THE POTENTIAL INFLUENCE OF VESTIBULAR ILLUSIONSMUMAW R JGROEN E,FUCKE L,ANDERSON R,BOS J,HOUBEN MF162016
A SMALL ACCIDENT BUT A VERY COMPLEX INVESTIGATIONMURRAY L P F2242016
B-787 LITHIUM BATTERY INCIDENTS: COMPLEX INVESTIGATIONS, BOEING’S ROLEANGLIN LLOWELL J RF262016
BEWARE THE THREAT TO INDEPENDENCE AND IMPARTIALITYVICKERY R F2122016
CHALLENGES OF SEA SEARCH-AND-RECOVERY OPERATIONSKURNIADI, TJUNSHENG, NGF342016
COMMENTARY: UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS WILL REDUCE FATALITIES BUT WILL DISRUPT AVIATION IN THE PROCESSMATTHEWS R F242016
FIXING THE HOLES: INFRASTRUCTURE, TRAINING AND OVERSIGHTAGNESETT ADESJARDIN AF2222016
INDEPENDENCE DOES NOT MEAN ISOLATIONJOUTY R F142016
INVESTIGATING THE VOYAGER PITCH-DOWN INCIDENTORR C F1132016
INVESTIGATION HUMAN FATIGUE FACTORS: A TALE OF TWO ACCIDENTSWILSON K F1182016
IS IT A SPACE PLANE OR ROCKETWARD E L F2192016
LESSONS LEARNED FROM COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE ACCIDENTSCHENEY, D I F3172016
MODERN TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODOLOGIES IMPROVE HELICOPTER ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONGOGEL, TBUTTNER, S,BAUER, MF3182016
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- ISASI WELCOMES NEW YEARDEL GANDIO F F132016
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ISASI SERVES ON INTERNATIONAL OBSERVER’S PANELDEL GANDIO F F232016
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-TAKING THE NEXT STEP IN CYBERSPACE-THE WEBINARDEL GANDIO, F F332016
THE ROGUE PILOT PHENOMENONANTHONY, T F3122016
UNSTABLE APPROACHES: A GLOBAL PROBLEMROSS D F1222016
WHO’S WHO- EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITYMARTINEZ E F1322016
WHO’S WHO-ATR: A REGIONAL TURBOPROP AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURER LEADERMARTINEZ, M F3322016
WHO’S WHO-SOUTHWEST AIRLINES ENTERS 45TH YEAR OF SERVICEMARTINEZ M F2322016
ASIANA FLIGHT 214: THE COURSE OF A MAJOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONENGLISH BLEBARON TF3102015
AUGSBURG, GERMANY: ISASI 2015 “INDEPENDENCE DOES NOT MEAN ISOLATION”MARTINEZ E F452015
CHALLENGES OF AIRLINE ASI ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR SMSTSUJIMOTO J F1192015
CHANGE POINT ANALYSES APPLIED TO SMSRAZABONI P M F4262015
DAVID KING RECEIVES ISASI 2014 LEDERER AWARDMARTINEZ E F1142015
DIVORCING THE REGULATOR: THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATIVE AUTHORITYKOSHY I S F4142015
FOUR RECEIVE ISASI SCHOLARSHIPSMARTINEZ E F3282015
FUEL CONTAMINATION CAN STILL POSE A RISKLIU V F2122015
GE AVIATION SMS FRAMEWORK AND INVESTIGATION LESSONS LEARNEDCHAPEL D F1252015
INVESTIGATION CHALLENGES CREATED BY ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUESFUKUDA K F2202015
ISASI 2014 AUSTRALIA: INVESTIGATIONS AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSMARTINEZ E F142015
ISASI SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS RECEIVE AWARDSMARTINEZ E F4162015
JUST CULTUREHUMPHREYS K F282015
KAPUSTIN SCHOLARS PRESENT PAPERS AT ISASI 2014MARTINEZ E F1162015
LADISLAV MIKA IS ISASI’S 2015 LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ E F4112015
PRESIDENT’S VIEW - G’DAY AND WELCOME TO ISASIDEL GANDIO F F132015
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-AVIATION GLOBAL IMPACT ON IMPROVING AIR SAFETYDEL GANDIO F F432015
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ISASI MAKES ITS OFFICIAL ICAO APPROVEDDEL GANDIO F F232015
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ROBERTSON TRIBUTE EVENING A GREAT SUCCESSDEL GANDIO F F332015
SAFETY CULTURES AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION LESSONS LEARNEDCZECH BGROFF L,STRAUCH BF2252015
SAFETY MANAGEMENT: REVERSING THE FALSE GLIDE SLOPE MYTHBEUMKES KSCHUURMAN MF1112015
THE INFLUENCE, MEASUREMENT, AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL SAFETY CULTURESELLERS R F2162015
TOUCHDOWN TOO LONG; SMS COMES UP SHORTMAUVIOT PBEVILLARD RF242015
TOWARDS THE NEXT GENERATION OF HUMS SENSORGREAVES M F4192015
USING UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSENGLISH BKRAUS J,PILLAR PF342015
VFR INTO DARK NIGHT: NOTHING TO SEE BUT MUCH TO CHANGECHOPIN RWALKER MF3222015
WHO’S WHO- ECLIPSE GROUP, INC.  F1322015
WHO’S WHO-FLIGHT DATA SYSTEMS: A MULTI-AVIONICS PRODUCT AND SERVICE PROVIDERMARTINEZ E F4322015
WHO’S WHO-PLANE SCIENCESMARTINEZ E F2322015
WHO’S WHO-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES GCAA-AIR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SECTORMARTINEZ E F3322015
WORKING WITH THE NEWS MEDIA: PRACTICAL TIPS FOR INVESTIGATORSBRAITHWAITH G F3162015
      2014
A NEW CAPABILITY FOR CRASH SITE DOCUMENTATIONCYBANSKI A F1212014
AEROPLANE STATE AWARENESS DURING GO-AROUND (ASAGA)ADAM GCONDETTE JF1252014
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS AND SOCIAL MEDIAREUSS J F2202014
AVIATION IS SAFER THAN EVER’-WHY?MATTHEWS R F3242014
BUILDING AND MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS.... LESSONS YOU SHOULD HAVE LEARNED IN KINDERGARTENPURVIS J F1122014
DELEGATING FULL INVESTIGATIVE AUTHORITY TO A FOREIGN AGENCYLEE J F442014
FLIGHT DATA: THEN, NOW AND COMING SOONPOOLE M F242014
ICAO LETTER OF CONGRATULATIONSBENJAMIN R F322014
IMPROVING INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT FACTORSMORLEY JSTUART JF2112014
INSTANT FLIGHT DATA ANALYSISRAZABONI P M F4192014
INVESTIGATING RUNWAY OVERRUNS-A MANUFACTURER’S PERSPECTIVEMACHADO F MMARTINEZ C E BF2242014
ISASI CODE OF ETHICSMILLER C O F352014
ISASI KAPUSTIN SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS WITH ESSAYSMARTINEZ E F4252014
ISASI: 50 YEARS OF INVESTIGATIONBENNER L F3192014
ISASI: BECOMING A GLOBAL FORCE FOR AIR SAFETYDINUNNO G F3142014
JERRY LEDERER: GONE BUT NOT TO BE FORGOTTENMARTINEZ E F392014
KOREA’S STRUCTURE FOR AVIATION SAFETYTAEHWAN C F142014
PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INVESTIGATIVE AND REGULATORY AUTHORITIESMATTHEWS R F2142014
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-2013 WAS AN INVIGORATING YEARDEL GANDIO F F132014
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ABOUT THIS 50TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE OF FORUMDEL GANDIO F F342014
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ROBERTSON FAMILY, ISASI FORM JOINT FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAMDEL GANDIO F F432014
PRESIDENTS’S VIEW-TWO ISASI STALWARTS FLY WESTDEL GANDIO F F232014
REDISCOVERING 1942 TWAE WRECKAGEGALLARDO R F492014
SAFETY DATA: THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF THEIR USEGUZZETTI J F162014
TEACHING NEW INVESTIGATORS TO THINKWALDOCK W DKELLEY L PF1162014
USING BRAIN POWER TO PREVENT THE NEXT ACCIDENTFAKOUSSA T F1112014
USING UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP TO ADVANCE AIR SAFETYSCALESE D F4152014
WHO’S WHO-A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF ISASI’S STUDENT MEMBERSHIP CLASSMARTINEZ E F1322014
WHO’S WHO-ALOFT AVIATION CONSULTING HELPS BRING CLARITY TO CHAOTIC SITUATIONS   2322014
WHO’S WHO-SAFETY UNDERPINS BECKER HELICOPTERS AUSTRALIA  F4322014
YEAR 2050:’SKYARC 71, SURVEILLANCE LOST’FARRIER T F3302014
A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSLEIGHT P F342013
A NEW INVESTIGATOR’S INSIGHT INTO GAINING A PROFESSIONKUO B C F4202013
AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 447 FLIGHT RECORDERS ISSUESSARTORIUS L F1112013
AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 447 VICTIMS’ FAMILIES, NEWS MEDIA ISSUES, AND INNOVATIONSDEL BONO M F1142013
BEING PREDICTIVE IN A REACTIVE WORLDBURIN J F1232013
BENEFITS OF A SAFETY STUDIES PROGRAM PROACTIVELY PROMOTE AVIATION SAFETYKOLLY J MGROFF L SF2102013
DEFYING GRAVITY, SAFELY AND SURELYHERSMAN A AP F3102013
HISTORY OF THE AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 447 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONTROADEC J F162013
INVESTIGATION ALITHIUM-ION BATTERY FIREKOLLY J MPANAGIOTOU J,CZECH BF4242013
ISASI 2013: “PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INVESTIGATORS”MARTINEZ E F482013
ISASI’S KAPUSTIN SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDEDMARTINEZ E F3192013
MOVING SMS PROGRAMS FROM REACTIVE TO PREDICTIVELOGAN T F2222013
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- A NEED TO PREPARE FOR TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS AND CHALLENGESDEL GANDIO, F F132013
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- BRINGING CHANGE TO OUR INDUSTRY MEANS SAFER FLIGHTDEL GANDIO F F432013
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-ISASI UPGRADES MEMBER COMMUNICATIONS EFFORTDEL GANDIO F F332013
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-LOOKING AHEAD TO THE NEXT GENERATIONDEL GANDIO F F232013
PROACTIVELY MONITORING EMERGING RISKS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF DATAGODLEY S F2162013
QUANTIFYING SYSTEMIC RISK PATHWAYS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLSAWYER M WBERRY K A,AUSTRIAN E MF3122013
RUSSIA’S INTERSTATE AVIATION COMMITTEEZAYKO S V F1162013
SAFETY BOARDS AND THE EVOLUTION OF PREDICTIVE SAFETY MANAGEMENTCUNNINGHAM M F242013
THE BASICS OF SAFETYHULL S F142013
THE EVOLUTION OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUESGRASER J F F3242013
THE FINAL WORD: AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 447MARTINEZ E F152013
THE PRINCIPLE OF NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY IN AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONTROADEC J P f462013
TWO RECEIVE ISASI 2013 LEDERER AWARDMARTINEZ E F4142013
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM ACCIDENTS: LEARNING TO PREDICT THE UNPREDICTABLEFARRIER T A F1182013
WHAT WILL BE IN THE REARVIEW MIRROR OF NEXT-GENERATION INVESTIGATORS?TADRPS W F442013
WHO’ WHO- DASSAULT AVIATION: A KEY PLAYER IN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRYPROFILE F4322013
WHO’S WHO- A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF UNITED AIRLINESPROFILE F1322013
WHO’S WHO-AIR GROUP (AIRINC) COMPRISES TWO ROLESPROFILE F3322013
WHO’S WHO-RTI: AN INTERNATIONAL FORENSIC ENGINEERING CONSULTANCYPROFILE F2322013
ANALYZING THE SAFETY DATAMAYES P F142012
AVIATION SAFETY HAS NO BORDERSHERSMAN D A P F442012
BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS IN UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMSFARRIER T F1162012
CURT L. LEWIS: ISASI’S 2012 LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ E F4162012
ENSURING SAFETY IN AVIATION’S SECOND CENTURYHERSMAN D A P F1122012
FOUR SNARE ISASI’S KAPUSTIN SCHOLARSHIPMARTINEZ M F3102012
HANDS ACROSS THE SEA: TEAMWORK IN THE CAUSE OF AVIATION SAFETYDAVID SSARTORIUS LF2112012
HUMAN FACTORS STANDARDIZATION IN SAFETY APPLICATIONSREIDEMAR H F2162012
IMPACT DYNAMICS-CASES AND CAUTIONSCARTER REVANS A,WALTON AF182012
INVEST IN ISASI’S FUTURE; MENTOR A STUDENTDEL GANDIO F F132012
INVESTIGATING AND PREVENTING THE LOSS OF CONTROL ACCIDENT PART 1VEILLETT P F352012
INVESTIGATING AND PREVENTING THE LOSS OF CONTROL ACCIDENT, PART IIVEILLETTE P R F4192012
ISASI 2012:EVOLUTION OF AVIATION SAFETY- FROM REACTIVE TO PREDICTIVEMARTINEZ E F4102012
ISASI MEMBERS EARN YEAR-END RECOGNITIONWRIGHT N F152012
MAJOR INVESTIGATIONS, ‘NEXTGEN’ THINKING AHEADMACINTOSH, JR. R M F1202012
OUR HISTORY AFFECTS OUR FUTURETADROS W F442012
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- DICK WOOD ‘FLIES WEST’DEL GANDIO F F332012
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING HIGHLIGHTSDEL GANDIO F F232012
PRESIDENT’S VIEW-BRINGING CHANGE TO OUR INDUSTRY MEANS SAFER FLIGHTDEL GANDIO F F432012
TIMELINESS, AN INVESTIGATOR’S CHALLENGESTOOP J F2202012
UNDERSTANDING PILOTS’ COGNITIVE PROCESSES FOR MAKING INFLIGHT DECISIONS UNDER STRESSLI WHARRIS D,HSU Y,WANG TF3162012
USING ‘ASTERIX’ IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONFARRELL PSCHUURMAN MF3202012
V.P.’S CORNER- EXAMINING THE PAST TO AID THE FUTUREMAYES P F242012
V.P.’S CORNER- VICE PRESIDENT PRESENTS REPORT OF ACTIVITIESMAYES P F342012
V.P.’S CORNER-VICE PRESIDENT PLEDGES UNWAVERING COMMITTMENT TO MEMBERSSCHLEEDE R F492012
VIDEO TRACKING AND MATCHMOVING AIDS FOR FLIGHTPATH ANALYSISCYBANSKI A F252012
WHO’S WHO- A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF QATAR AIRWAYSMARTINEZ E F4322012
WHO’S WHO- FEDEX EXPRESS MAINTAINS SAFETY AS A CORE VALUEPROFILE F3322012
WHO’S WHO- LOCKHEED MARTIN AERONAUTICS COMPANYPROFILE F2322012
WHO’S WHO-AIRBUSPROFILE F1322012
A NEW TERRAIN PROFILE ANALYSIS TECHNIQUEMACHADO FIRGANG UF2152011
A QUARTER CENTURY AND STILL LEARNINGPURVIS JSCHLEEDE RF152011
ACCIDENT TRENDS IN ASIA: MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS AND REMAINING CHALLENGESMATTHEWS R F3142011
ADDRESSING UAS INVESTIGATION AND REPORTINGFARRIER V F1182011
AIR FRANCE 447 UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS-A SHARED GOVERNMENT-INDUSTRY PROCESSFERRANTE OKUTZLEB M,PURCELL MF4182011
HEATHROW 777: INVESTIGATION CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMSMCDERMID B F2112011
HOW CAN WE HAVE AN AUTHENTIC INVESTIGATION?FU G F1112011
INVESTIGATION-SHARED PROCESSMARTINEZ E F472011
INVESTIGATIVE DATA MINING:CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIVE OUTCOMESFORD M F252011
ISASI 2011 LAUDS “KAPUSTIN” SCHOLARSMARTINEZ E F4142011
ISASI ROUNDUP  F4262011
MENTAL HEALTH AND THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORDYER BBRICKHOUSE A TF1222011
NO MORE CHEESE PLEASE: ACCIDENT MODELING FROM SYMPTOM TO SYSTEMSTOOP JDEKKER SF3192011
PAUL-LOUIS ARSLANIAN IS ISASI’S 2011 LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ E F4122011
PRESIDENT’S VIEWDEL GANDIO F F432011
PRESIDENT’S VIEW- ISASI KAPUSTIN SCHOLARSHIP DIVIDENDSDEL GANDIO F F132011
PRESIDENT’S VIEW: NTSB CHAIR HERSMAN ACCEPTS ISASI HONORARY MEMBERSHIPDEL GANDIO F F332011
REGIONAL COOPERATION IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSCOSTA M F452011
SAFETY REPORTING AND INVESTIGATION-CORNERSTONE OF SMSMAYES P F3102011
SMALL INVESTIGATION BENEFITSBERRY V F1162011
USEFUL HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUESROSS D F2202011
USING COMMERCIAL SATELLITE IMAGERY IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONGREAVES MBRAITHWAITE GF352011
V.P.’S CORNER: REPORTING ON MY WASHINGTON VISIT TO THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCILMAYES P F342011
V.P.’S CORNER-SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: A WAY OF LIFEMAYES P F142011
VP’S CORNERMAYES P F242011
WHO’S WHO -A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF FLIGHT DATA SERVICESPROFILE F2322011
WHO’S WHO- AVISURE: MITIGATING BIRD STRIKE RISKPROFILE F1322011
WHO’S WHO-A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF THE BOEING COMPANYProfile F4322011
WHO’S WHO-TARGETING SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENTLEWIS C F3322011
A JAPAN TRANSPORT SAFETY BOARD AIR SAFETY VIEWGOTO N F4122010
A QUARTER CENTURY AND STILL LEARNING-LESSONS FROM THE JAL 123 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPURVIS JSCHLEEDE RP14192010
A REVIEW OF FLY-BY-WIRE ACCIDENTSNEWMAN R LLAMBREGTS A AF2182010
AAIB’S USE OF DATA MINING IN THE INVESTIGATION OF THE 777 FUEL-ICING ACCIDENT: INNOVATIVE OUTCOMES AND CHALLENGES FACEDFORD M P14422010
ACCIDENT PREVENTION: PUSHING THE LIMITSBOURDON, B F3242010
ASIA: ACCURATE, SPEEDY, INDEPENDENT, AUTHENTICMARTINEZ E F462010
BRINGING THE WORLDWIDE HELICOPTER ACCIDENT RATE DOWN BY 80%DRAKE J F1162010
CLOSE COOPERATION IN INVESTIGATIONS HAS IMPROVED TECHNICAL PARTNERSHIPGUAN MMENEZ CP14942010
COLGAN FLIGHT 3407: ACHIEVING THE DELICATE BALANCE BETWEEN TIMELY AND THOROUGH WHILE STAYING TRUE TO THE INVESTIGATIVE PROCESSWARD L P141252010
EFFECTS OF MENTAL STRESSORS DURING FLIGHT ON PROSODIC FEATURES OF SPEECH AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS RESPONSEKIKUCHI H P141092010
EXAMINING ACCIDENT COST ANALYSISMITCHELL SBRAITHWAITE GF2142010
HAZARDS AT AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT SITES: TRAINING INVESTIGATORS IN LINE WITH THE ICAO CIRCULAR 315 GUIDELINESBOSTON NBRAITHWAITE GP14722010
HEATHROW 777: CHALLENGES IN UNDERSTANDING UNUSUAL PROPERTIES IN AVIATION FUEL AND PROBLEMS IN CONDUCTING TESTS TO DETERMINE THE VULNERABILITY OF AN AIRCRAFT’S FUEL SYSTEM TO THE ACCUMULATION AND RELEASE OF ICEMCDERMID B P141162010
HELICOPTER EMS OPERATIONS-AT WHAT COST?NEGRONI CVEILLETTE, PF3162010
IN MEMORIAM; TRUMAN ‘LUCKY’ FINCH APRIL 20, 1925 - AUG. 23, 2010MARTINEZ E F452010
INVESTIGATING ACCIDENTS RELATED TO ERRORS OF AERONAUTICAL DECISION-MAKING IN FLIGHT OPERATIONSLI WHARRIS D,LI L,WANG T,HUA T,HUS YP14822010
ISASI 2010 PICTORIAL REVIEWMARTINEZ E P141302010
ISASI 2010: KONICHIWAHDEL GANDIO F F432010
ISASI ADOPTS ‘CRIMINALIZATION’ POSITIONDEL GANDIO F F232010
ISASI BOLSTERS DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSUREDEL GANDIO, F F332010
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: A JAPAN TRANSPORT SAFETY BOARD AIR SAFETY VIEWGOTO N P1462010
LEADING ‘JUST CULTURE’ TOWARD PRAGMATIC APPLICATION IN JAPANMIZUTANI H P14252010
LEDERER AWARD: MIKE POOLE: 2010 JEROME E. LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ E P14102010
LIMITATIONS OF ‘SWISS CHEESE’ MODELS AND THE NEED FOR A SYSTEMS APPROACHSTOOP J P14522010
MAKING GENERAL AVIATION SAFERHUGUES D P P F2102010
MENTAL HEALTH ASPECTS OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION:PROTECTING THE INVESTIGATORDYER BBRICKHOUSE AP14762010
MIKE POOLE: 2010 JEROME F. LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ M F4162010
OVERCOMING CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND LANGUAGE BARRIERSTAKAGI I F4242010
PLANNING FOR SEA SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS-A SMALL INVESTIGATION AGENCY PERSPECTIVEAIR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION BUREAU OF SINGAPORE P14632010
PREFACE; ISASI 2010: KONICHIWAHDEL GANDIO F P1442010
PRESIDENTS VIEW- Looking Back and AheadDEL GANDIO F F132010
SIFTING LESSONS FROM THE ASHESBENNER, JR, LRIMSON IF1222010
SMOOTHING CDR RADAR DATAGRAUE, R MEDWARDS W J,SLANE, J H,WINN, R C,KUMLEY, K BF3202010
TABLE OF CONTENTSMARTINEZ E P1432010
TERRAIN PROFILE ANALYSIS USING RADAR ALTIMETER DATA FROM FDRMACHADO FIRGANG UP14992010
THE ACCIDENT “CAUSE’ STATEMENT-IS IT BEYOND ITS TIME?MACINTOSH R F252010
THE CONTRIBUTION OF SAFETY REPORTING AND INVESTIGATIONS TO SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSMAYES P P14482010
THE USE OF COMMERCIAL SATELLITE IMAGERY IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: RESULTS FROM RECENT TRIALSGREAVES MBRAITHWAITE GP14892010
THREE ‘KAPUSTIN’ SCHOLARS SELECTEDMARTINEZ, E F3112010
UNDERSEA SEARCH OPERATIONS: LESSONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM FLIGHT 447BOUILLARD AFERRANTE OP141202010
USEFUL HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES: A CASE STUDY OF A FATAL KING AIR ACCIDENT IN CANADAROSS D P141042010
USING ADS-B FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTIONZWEGERS D F2232010
USING HET TAXONOMY TO HELP STOP HUMAN ERRORLI, W CHARRIS D,STANTON, N A,HSU, Y L,CHANG, D,WANG, T,YOUNG, H TF352010
V.P.’S CORNERMAYES P F442010
WAS IT REALLY PILOT ERROR? A CASE STUDY OF AN INDIAN MILITARY HELICOPTER ACCIDENTKOHLI S P14602010
WHO’S WHO- A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF PARKER AEROSPACEPROFILE F2322010
WHO’S WHO- A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA’S NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY COMMITTEEPROFILE F3322010
WHO’S WHO: PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINESPROFILE F4322010
WHO’S WHO-A BRIEF CORPORATE MEMBER PROFILE OF AUSTRALIAN AND INTERNATIONAL PILOTS ASSOCIATIONPROFILE F1322010
A COMPARISON STUDY OF GPS DATA AND CDR RADAR DATA USING A FULLY INSTRUMENTED FLIGHT TESTGRAUE RSLANE J H,WINN R C,EDWARDS J,KUMLEY K BP13292009
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION-A COMPLETE SERVICE?TAYLOR P F3132009
ACCIDENT PREVENTION:PUSHING THE LIMITSBOURDON B P13972009
AN ANALYSIS OF HUMAN FACTOR ASPECTS IN POST-MAINTENANCE FLIGHT TESTCACERES C D P13502009
AT WHAT COST? A COMPREHENSIVE AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF EMS HELICOPTER ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES FROM 1985 TO 2007NEGRONI CVEILLETTE PP13682009
CARING FOR THE MENTAL HEALTH OF AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORSDYER B P131112009
CAUSATION: WHAT IS IT, AND DOES IT REALLY MATTER?WALKER M. B F242009
CHALLENGES TO ASI INVESTIGATIONSTEYLA M P131132009
CLOSING THE GAP BETWEEN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND TRAININGPOOLE MNEMETH LP13142009
CLOSING THE LOOP ON THE SYSTEM SAFETY PROCESS: THE HUMAN FACTORS INTERVENTION MATRIX (HFIX)SHAPPELL SWIEGMANN DP13622009
CLOSING THE LOOP ON THE SYSTEM SAFETY PROCESS: THE HUMAN FACTORS INTERVENTION MATRIX (HFIX)SHAPPELL SWIEGMANN DF4202009
COCKPIT ‘CONVERSATION’: PILOT ERROR OR COMMUNICATIONS FAILUREBRUNELLE N F3182009
COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES AFTER THE AIR FRANCE FLIGHT 447 ACCIDENTDEL BONO M P131022009
COUNCIL MEETS IN SPRING SESSIONMARTINEZ E F3222009
DEVELOPING INVESTIGATIONS TO ENHANCE SAFETY WORLDWIDECOSTA M P13272009
DO CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS AFFECT INVESTIGATIONS?LI, WYOUNG H,WANG T,HARRIS DF292009
FINDINGS OF USING HUMAN FACTORS ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (HFACS) AS A TOOL FOR HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATIONSCHENG Y AWANG T,LIU J Y,YANG CL,LI W CP13572009
HOW SIGNIFICANT IS THE INFLIGHT LOSS OF CONTROL THREAT?COX J MCASEY J HP13192009
HUMAN ERROR PREVENTION: USING THE HUMAN ERROR TEMPLATE TO ANALYZE ERRORS IN A LARGE TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT FOR HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONSLI W CHARRIS D,STANTON N A,HUS Y L,CHANG D,WANG T,YOUNG H TP13432009
INITIAL INVESTIGATION OF SERIOUS ACCIDENTS: THE JTSB’S EXPERIENCETAKAGI I P131062009
INVESTIGATING UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM ACCIDENTSFARRIER T F2152009
ISASI 2009 PICTORIAL REVIEWMARTINEZ E P131152009
ISASI ACHIEVES GOAL AT ICAO’S AIG/08SCHLEEDE RFRITSCH OF142009
ISASI CELEBRATES 45 YEARSDEL GANDIO F F132009
ISASI INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL MEETS IN HALIFAX, N.S. CANADABAUM C F1112009
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: WHAT IS NEXT?HERSMAN D P1362009
LEDERER AWARD: TWO RECEIVE 2009 JEROME F. LEDERER AWARDMARTINEZ E P13102009
MEET THE 2009 ‘KAPUSTIN’ SCHOLARSDEL GANDIO F F332009
PREFACE: ACCIDENT PREVENTION BEYOND INVESTIGATIONDEL GANDIO F P1342009
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ISASI 2004 THEMELEE R P8622004
ISASI CODE OF CONDUCT GENESISMILLER C O F152004
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JERRY AND ISASI MOMENTS  F2102004
JURIDICAL AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS IN THE INVESTIGATION OF AVIATION ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS IN ARGENTINA AND LATIN AMERICAORTIZ LCAPALDO GP8792004
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PAST, CURRENT, AND FUTURE ACCIDENT RATES: ACHIEVING THE NEXT BREAKTHROUGH IN ACCIDENT RATESMATTHEWS R P8222004
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SAFETY INNOVATIONS, SOLUTIONS SHOW CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCEFLIGHT SAFETY FOUNDATION EDITORIAL STAFF F2122004
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UNDERWATER RECOVERY OPERATION OFF SHARM EL-SHEIKHFERRANTE OVITAL JP8572004
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WEAKNESS OF CVR RECORDINGSDYNE S F1202004
WELCOME TO AUSTRALIABYRON B F452004
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WYSIWYG-OR IS IT?STEPHENS CBAUM CP81182004
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ADDRESSING HUMAN FACTORSSMART K F392003
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESDIRAN F152003
ALLIED PILOTS ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL  F4322003
AN OUTLOOK ON OPERATIONAL SAFETY IN CHILEPANDOLFI G. C F1202003
AVIATION SAFETY EDUCATION AT ERAU  F2322003
CAJ FROSTELL: 2003 LEDERER AWARD WINNERMARTINEZ E F4162003
COMMENTARY-COCKPIT IMAGERY: PANACEA OR PANDORA'S BOXHAGY KHUHN MF342003
CONFLICT HINDERS INTERNATIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSSCHLEEDE R F442003
COUNCIL CREATES SCHOLARSHIP FUNDHAGY K F1172003
COUNCIL TAKES WIDE-RANGING ACTIONSHAGY K F3212003
GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO SAFE FLIGHTMATTHEWS S F262003
GO-AROUNDS: A PROBLEM FOR CERTAIN PILOTS?MIKA LFAKOUSSA TF3112003
IMPROVING CHANCES TO SURVIVEKEEGAN C F2132003
JETBLUE AIRWAYS INFUSES A SAFETY CULTURE  F3322003
KAPUSTIN' SCHOLARS SELECTEDMARTINEZ E F4182003
LOSA: AN EVA AIRWAYS PERSPECTIVEHARRIS D M F3182003
MOSA: A MILITARY VERSION OF LOSASURDEKIN S F3142003
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SHARING THE KNOWLEDGE OF EXPERIENCEMCGUIRE K F2222003
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TINKICKERS-100 YEARS PLUSMARTINEZ E F482003
TO LEARN IS TO KNOW, TO KNOW IS TO ACTBREUHAS R F1122003
USC’S SAFETY PROGRAM NETS GOLD  F1322003
AIR ACCIDENTS OVER WATERFISH J PCARR H APVOL 6-1672002
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AN OUTLOOK ON OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL SAFETY IN CHILEPANDOLFI G. C PVOL 6-1522002
AND THE WINNER IS SYDDDD..EEE..NEEY'GUSELLI J F4142002
AUSTRALIAN INITIATIVES ON SAFETY IMPROVEMENTBILLS KPRESENTED BY RENSHAW PPVOL 6-1382002
BIRDSTRIKES AND ENGINESWEAVER A F3102002
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EFFECTIVE FOQA PROGRAMYOW-CHING SYEHPVOL 6-1372002
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GO AROUNDS-A PROBLEM FOR CERTAIN PILOTS?MIKA LFAKOUSSA TPVOL 6-11192002
GUESSING "WHY?" BEFORE DETERMINGING "WHAT'MUMAW R JRENSHAW P,YEH YEI-YU,WANG TF2112002
HUMAN FACTORSSMART K PVOL 6-11172002
ICAO AUDIT ANALYSIS PROGRAM MOVES FORWARDBALAI H F3162002
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INTRODUCTION TO SECTION 1HAMMERSCHMIDT J PVOL 6-1112002
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LOSA: MANAGING HUMAN ERRORKLINECT JHELMREICH J,TESNER B,MAURINO DF3122002
MANAGING CONFLICT DURING MAJOR INTERNATIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSSCHLEEDE R PVOL 6-11122002
MIDAIR COLLISION B-757-200 AND TU154M ON JULY 1, 2002, NEAR UEBERLINGEN, GERMANYSCHOENEBERG J PVOL 6-11022002
MISSION OPERATIONS SAFETY AUDITS (MOSA): A MILITARY VERSION OF LOSABURDEKIN S PVOL 6-11232002
OPENING REMARKSLIU V PVOL 6-172002
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REMEMBERING TENERIFEBRUGGINK G M F162002
RON SCHLEEDE: 2002 LEDERER AWARD WINNERMARTINEZ E PVOL 6-182002
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RUNWAY COLLISION AT ROISSYGIRAUD FJOUNIAUX PF2192002
SOLVING FOR FUEL CONTAMINATIONWATSON M F3182002
SPRING COUNCIL MEETING IS ROUTINEHAGY K F3212002
SQ006 INVESTIGATION: GAINING MATURITYYONG KSQ006 INVEST. TEAMF2152002
SWISSAIR FLIGHT 111: INVESTIGATION OVERVIEWGERDEN VFOOT J,POOLE MF4222002
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USING PROCESSES LEARNED IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS TO SYSTEMICALLY TRAIN INVESTIGATORSMCGUIRE K PVOL 6-1772002
WELCOME TO TAIWANSHUI-BIAN C PVOL 6-162002
WHEN IS AN ACIRCRAFT ACCIDENT A CRIME?WOOD R H F1122002
A BETTER WAY OF IMPROVING SAFETY?BASTIANELL JADAM G,TOUPET AF3202001
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COLLISION BETWEEN AN MD-83 AND A SHORTS 330 AT ROISSY CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT ON MAY 25, 2000GIRAUD FJOUNIAUX PP5152001
COUNCIL MEETS IN IRELANDHAGY K F1202001
ERRONEOUS INSTRUMENTS AND AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSLIE S P5582001
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FLIGHT GF-072 ACCIDENT AIRBUS A320, REG.ARO-EK-AUG. 23, 2000, BAHRAINMUDARA S P5412001
FLY-BY-WIRE: A PRIMER FOR AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSSTOWE S F3102001
FUEL'S FUEL, WHETHER IT'S FROM AFGHANISTAN OR AUSTRALIAWATSON M P5632001
GUESSING WHY BEFORE DETERMINING WHAT: HYPOTHESIS GENERATION IN DATA GATHERING FOR MUMAN FACTORS IANVESTIGATIONSMUMAW R JRENSHAW P,WANG T,YEH YEI-YUP5462001
GUEST COMMENTARY: UNDERSTANDING THE NEWS MEDIALEARMOUNT D F1162001
GUEST EDITORIAL:TERRORISM AND AIR SAFETYMILLER C O F442001
ICAO EXPANDS HUMAN FACTORS PROGRAMMAURINO D F1242001
INCIDENT INVESTIATION IMPOROVES ENGINE SAFETYTAYLOR M F4142001
INDEPENDENT INCIDENT INVESTIGATION PAYS OFFAZIZ M F2152001
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION MARKED TSBC SR111 INVESTIGATIONSIMPSON C P562001
INVISIBLE HAZARDS TO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSDEL GANDIO F F162001
ISASI 2000 ANNUAL REPORTMAYES P F4172001
ISASI 2001 PICTORIAL REVIEWMARTINEZ E P5982001
ISASI 2001: SHARING LESSONS LEARNEDMARTINEZ E F462001
ISASI INFORMATION  P522001
LEARNING THE LESSONS OF APPROACH AND LANDING AND CFIT ACCIDENTS AND USING THE LESSONS TO PREVENT OTHERSBURIN J P5182001
LESSONS LEARNED FROM SQ006 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONYONG K P5712001
LOOKING AT FAA'S ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION ROLEDEL GANDIO F F4282001
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAYBAKER SWESTON IP5102001
POLITICS IN EARLY AMERICAN AVIATIONLEDERER J F F1192001
PREFACEDEL GANDIO F P542001
REACHOUT PRAGUE' SCORES HIGHMARTINEZ E F3162001
RECENT NTSB CABIN SAFETY INVESTIGATIONSMARSHALL N P5212001
SAFETY AND EXPEDITION-AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN AN OLYMPIC CITYGUSELLI J P5832001
SINGASPORE AIRLINES FLIGHT SQ006 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONCHOU KTAI P,LIN PP5742001
THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY CHALLENGES-CHOICES-CONSEQUENCESCOLE J L  5802001
THE CRIMINALIZATION OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSWOOD R H P5682001
TURBULENCE ACCIDENTS AMONG U.S. AIR CARRIERS: THEIR SCALE AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONSMATTHEWS R P5322001
TWA FLIGHT 800:SIGNIFICANT FINDINGSDICKINSON A F352001
TWO RECEIVE 2001 LEDERER AWARDMARTINEZ E P582001
UNIFIED SYSTEM SAFETY MODEL FOR GLOBAL FLIGHT OPERATIONSWALDECK T A P5232001
USING MULTIPLE RECORDE3D DATA IN INVESTIGATIONSPOOLE M R F192001
USING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE FROM A MID-AIR COLLISIONMCGUIRE K P5382001
USING SCIENTIFIC METHODS FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONZOTOV D F262001
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WHAT THE MACHINE CAN LEARNSHERERTZ F F4302001
WHY WAIT FOR THE INCIDENT?CROWCH T F2192001
A SECOND LOOK AT THE TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL CONFLICTS OF AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSHYNES M K P41652000
ACCIDENT PREVENTION: ANTICIPATING VERSUS REACTINGBURIN J P4492000
ADVANCES AUTOMATION AND OPERATIONAL DECISION-MAKING-AHUMAN FACTOR'S PERSPECTIVEBISCHOFF T P41732000
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT EMERGENCY PLANNING AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTNAYLOR LOLDFIELD GP4292000
ASSESSING THE RAND CORPORATION STUDY: "SAFETY IN THE SKIES--PERSONNEL AND PARTIES IN NTSB AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS'MILLER C O F362000
AUSTRALIAN BOEING 747 FLIGHT CONTROL OCCURRENCEHATTLEY J P4812000
BIRDSTRIKES AS A HAZARD TO AIRCRAFT: A CHANGING BUT PREDICTABLE AND MANAGEABLE THREATALLAN J P41002000
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CASE STUDY--ACCIDENT TO FOKKER F27 IN GUERNSEY ON JAN. 12, 1999SHEPPARD P F P4242000
CFIT/ALAR GLOBAL IMPLEMENTATIONBURIN J P41882000
EUROCAE WG-50 ACTIVITY-NEW FLIGHT RECORDERS SPECIFICATIONSDE HUGUES P P P4222000
FOLLOW-UP OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE AIG DIVISIONAL MEETING (1999)FROSTELL C P41412000
ICAO ACTIONS RELATED TO ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIESFROSTELL C P41952000
ICAO PROPOSES CHANGES TO ANNEXESFROSTELL C F3212000
IMAGE RECRODING--ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR'S PERSPECTIVEGORMLEY E P4152000
IMPROVING GAS TURBINE SAFETY BY LEARNING FROM INCIDENTSTAYLOR M P4892000
INDEPENDENT INCIDENT INVESTIGATION ROLE IN IMPROVING OPERATOR'S SAFETYAZIZ M P4572000
INVESTIGATGATIONS OF LIGHT HELICOPTER ACCIDENTSPRICE R C P41262000
INVESTIGATING SERIOUS INCIDENTS MAY BE A BETTER WAY OF IMPROVING SAFETY THAN INVESTIGATING ACCIDENTSBASTIANELLI JADAM G,TOUPET AP4852000
ISASI 1999 ANNUAL REPORTMAYES P F4172000
ISASI 2000 PICTORIAL REVIEWMARTINEZ E P42082000
ISASI 2000: LEARNING FROM INCIDENTSMARTINEZ E F462000
ISASI CABIN SAFETY INVESTIGATION GUIDELINESMARSHALL NROLAND D,RUTHERFORD JP41612000
LEARNING FROM INCIDENT--WHAT THE MACHINE CAN LEARNSHERERTZ F P4412000
LEARNING FROM INCIDENT-WHY WAIT FOR THE INCIDENT?CROWCH T P41142000
MAKING FOQA PROGRAMS COST-EFFECTIVEDISMUKES M F3112000
MELDING PREPAREDNESS WITH LUCKBLEDSOE C F3162000
MILITARY SAFETY' IS NOT AN OXYMORONFARRIER T A F4252000
NORA MARSHALL: LEDERER AWARD RECIPIENTMARTINEZ E P472000
NTSB FAMILY ASSISTANCEFINCH J P41972000
OPERATOR PREPAREDNESS EXPEDITES AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONSGALLIKER J F4302000
OPERATOR'S FLIGHT SAFETY HANDBOOKSUTTON R P41042000
REFLECTIONS OF AN ADMINISTRATOR CIVIL SERVANTLUMSDEN P452000
RUSSIA SETS NEW INVESTIGATION RULESTEYMOURAZOV DR R F1102000
SAFER IN NUMBERSDARCY K A P41092000
SCIENTIFIC METHODS FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONZOTOV D P4522000
SMOOTHING ATC RADAR DATASLANE J HWINN R CF1122000
SOME IMPROVEMENTS IN AVIATION SAFETY DERIVED FROM AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS AND PASSENGER TRAININGZANIN I A P41452000
TELEMETERING FLIGHT DATA FOR ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONDISMUKES M P4202000
THE ANATOMY OF AN INVESTIGATIONSTEENBLIK J W F162000
THE CANADIAN MILITARY SAFETY CULTURE BREAKS NEW GROUNDBUCH G P4372000
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THE HUMAN FACTOR: HAZARD OR HERO? (BEYOND SWISS CHEESE)REASON J P41842000
THE MYSTIQUE OF AUTOPILOT ACCIDENTSLIPSCOMB JBRAY JR PF1222000
THE NEXT GENERATION OF INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS: INFORMATION, CAPABILITY, AND AUTHORITY GRADIENTS BETWEEN AIRCREWS AND CONTROLLERSFARRIER T A P41292000
THE SYSTEMATIC INCIDENT ANALYSIS MODEL (SIAM)-A NEW APPROACH TO SAFETY INFORMATIONLEE RDE LANDREP4622000
THE WORLD'S SAFEST AVIATION SYSTEM: COMPARING FATAL HULL LOSS ACCIDENT RATES AMONG COUNTRIES AND REGIONSMATTHEWS R P41182000
TRADITIONAL FLIGHT CREW TRAINING-IS IT REALLY SAFE? TRADITIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION-DOES IT MAKE FLYING ANY SAFER?FAKOUSSA A T P41052000
TWA FLIGHT 800DICKINSON A P41792000
UNDERSTANDING THE NEWS MEDIALEARMOUNT D P482000
USES OF DATA AND RECENT RECOMMENDATIONSPOOLE M R P4112000
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WILDLIFE HAZARDS TO AVIATIONESCHENFELDER P P4972000
WORKSHOP PRESENTATION ON FAMILY ASSISTANCECHARLES M P42062000
WORKSHOP: A RELATIVE'S PERSPECTIVEDIX P P42012000
A NEW APPROACH TO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMAXWELL J F3101999
ACCIDENT OF AUSTRAL AIRLINES FLIGHT 2553 IN URUGUAY, OCT. 10, 1997; ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBLE ICING OF THE PITOT TUBE FROM THE FDRORTIZ COL L E P1841999
ACCURATE FLIGHT PARAMETER RECONSTRUCTION FROM SMOOTHED ATC RADAR DATASLANE J HWINN R CP1591999
ACHIEVING THE "VIRTUAL COCKPIT"REYNOLDS JBAYAN FF4261999
AIRCRAFT SEARCH AND RECOVERY UNDERWATER: A CASE STUDY IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIONCARR H A P1101999
ANOTHER LOOK AT WINDSHEAR ACCIDENTSTSUKAGOSHI H P1391999
AUTOMATED WIRELESS ACCESS RECORDERS FOR COST-EFFECTIVE FOQA PROGRAMSDISMUKES M P1791999
CAST/ICAO COMMON TAXONOMY TEAM (CICTT) OVERVIEW/STATUSSUTTON B P11131999
CHALLENGES FOR THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATOR AND FOR ISASIHALL J P151999
COUNCIL SETS FUTURE SEMINARSHAGY K F4231999
CZECH REPUBLIC OPTS FOR PASSIVE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMSMIKA LKUBEEEK VF2141999
FATAL ACCIDENT RATE TRENDSASHFORD R F3221999
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM BASED WRECKAGE PLOTTING AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM ANALYSISBARTER S A P1151999
HALVING THE ACCIDENT RATE BY 2007PURVIS J W F161999
HELPING AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS WORKTAYLOR F F3141999
ICAO'S "GASP"FROSTELL C F1141999
IMPLEMENTING SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL REPORTMAURINO CAPT D E P11081999
INVESTIGATION: LINKING THE DESIGNER TO FLIGHT SAFETYWEAVER A F3191999
ISASI 1998 ANNUAL REPORTMAYES P F4171999
ISASI '99 -- BOSTON BRIDGES THE GAPMARTINEZ E F461999
ISASI AIDS ATS INVESTIGATORSISASI ATSWG F1161999
JAPAN'S VIEW OF HUMAN FACTORS AND AIRCRAFT AUTOMATIONAATER F2181999
JEROME F. LEDERER: "FATHER OF AVIATION SAFETY"DEL GANDIO F S F261999
LEARNING THE LESSONS -- THE PILOT'S APPROACHMCCARTHY CAPT P P11051999
LESSONS NOT LEARNED WILL BE REPEATEDPOCOCK C L F2121999
MCINTYRE EARNS LEDERER AWARDMARTINEZ E P181999
NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS IN RUSSIATEYMOURAZOV RKOFMAN VP11011999
OPERATOR PREPAREDNESS TO FACILITATE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORSGALLIKER J P1751999
PREVENTING THE NEXT MISHAP: INVESTIGATION AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE U.S. AIR FORCEFARRIER T A P1911999
PROBLEMS WITH THE USE OF ACCIDENT-RELATED TECHNICAL INFORMATION BY JUSTICE IN ARGENTINA AND LATIN AMERICAORTIZ COL L ECAPALDO GP1331999
RESOLVING THE PROBLEM OF ACTION FAILUREMILLER C O P11031999
SAFETY DATA: PRESERVE IT OR LOSE ITLOGAN T J F1191999
THE CONDUCT OF MISHAP INVESTIGATIONSBARR M L F1111999
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THE INTEGRATED FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER MODELWRIGHT R P1651999
THE NEXT CENTURY OF FLIGHTMILLER C O F4301999
THE ON-LINE AVIATION SAFETY INSPECTION SYSTEM: MOBILE TECHNOLOGY FOR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONMERRIKEN M SJOHNSON W B,KRAUS D CP1811999
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A CHANGING HUMAN FACTORS PERSPECTIVELAUBER DR J K F2101998
ADVANCED AUTOMATION AND HUMAN PERFORMANCEBILLINGS C E F1181998
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION IN THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE: SOME TECHNIQUESNEWNHAM R P1421998
AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS: ACCIDENTS INVESTIGATION & SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONSTAYLOR F P1791998
AN OVERVIEW OF ICAO ACTIVITIES IN ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATIONFROSTELL C P141998
AN OVERVIEW OF THE INTERNETMOORE G M F161998
BASI PARTICIPATION IN THE BOEING 737 ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION IN INDONESIAOTEVREL VLEYSON BP1301998
BASIS -- BRITISH AIRWAYS SAFETY INFORMATION SYSTEMHOLTOM CAPT M P1511998
BREAK-UP SEQUENCE OF THE TWA 800 AIRPLANE -- HOW IT WAS DETERMINED THAT AN EXPLOSION OF THE CENTER FUEL SECTION FUEL TANK INITIATED THE BREAK-UPWILDEY II J F P1731998
CABIN SAFETY -- THE MISSING PIECE OF THE PUZZLEDUNN B P1391998
COMBUSTION AND STRUCTURAL MODELING FOR FUEL-AIR EXPLOSIONS WITHIN FUEL TANKSBAER M RGROS R L,PERRY R LP1771998
COPING WITH STRESS THROUGH COMMUNICATIONCOARSEY-RADER C V F3141998
CREATING AND USING AN INTRANETLEYSHON BWIGENS PF1101998
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INVESTIGATING "CAUSES"RIMSON I J, EDITOR P1201998
ISASI 1997 ANNUAL REPORTMAYES P F4171998
IT IS A TOOLHUHN M F1121998
LOOKING AT HUMAN FACTORSMCINTYRE CAPT J F291998
MAINTENANCE MALPRACTICENO AUTHOR F3181998
MANAGEMENT OF THE "INTEGRATED" INVESTIGATIONMAXWELL J P1541998
MANAGING ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS -- THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD'S RECENT EXPERIENCES AND PERSPECTIVESSCHLEEDE R P1581998
MISHAP PREVENTION AND TRENDING THROUGH INVESTIGATIONBARR M P1131998
MISHAPS AND HUMAN FACTORSSUMWALT III CAPT R F2131998
NEW EXECUTIVE INSTALLEDMARTINEZ E F4131998
NTSB ADDRESSES "PARTY SYSTEM"HALL J F4321998
PRESENTATION AT THE HUMAN PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATION PANELPOLLACK K P1641998
PUSHING THE ENVELOPE IN "ESPANA"MARTINEZ E F461998
RECOGNIZING STRESSMARTINEZ E F3141998
RHETORIC'S AFFECT ON ACCIDENT REPORTSSNOWDON PJOHNSON CF4341998
SAFETY HAZARDS TO THE INVESTIGATORWOOD R H F261998
SAFEY DATA: AN AIRLINE SAFETY DIRECTOR'S PERSPECTIVELOGAN T P1161998
SITUATIONAL AWARENESSSTOKES DR A F4301998
THE BOEING SAFETY STRATEGY -- REDUCING THE WORLDWIDE ACCIDENT RATEPURVIS J W P181998
THE LEDERER AWARD…MARTINEZ E F4281998
THE PITFALLS OF TAP TESTINGNO AUTHOR F2181998
THE ROLE OF INVESTIGATIONS AS A "LINK" BETWEEN THE DESIGNER AND FLIGHT SAFETYWEAVER A P1481998
TRIM SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS: BEFORE AND AFTERKLEPACKI D G F361998
ACCIDENT PREVENTION MANAGEMENT...THE THREE FACES THE INVESTIGATOR CAN EXPECT TO SEEMILLER C O F2101997
AIR SAFETY IN AUSTRALIA: WHAT MAKES IT GOOD?BRAITHWAITE G R F161997
AN APPLICATION OF ADVANCED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ASSESSING AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT CAUSATIONLUXHOJ J TARENDT D N,WILLIAMS T PP1561997
APPLYING PERROW'S COMPLEXITY MODELRATNER R S F4191997
AS I SEE THE GORE COMMISSION REPORTMILLER C O F2201997
AVIATION HUMAN FACTORS AND THE SAFETY INVESTIGATION PROCESSMAURINO CAPT D E P221997
AVIATION INFORMATION OF THE INTERNET AND WORLD WIDE WEB FOR THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORMOORE G M P2111997
BREAKING THE CODES: BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE COLLECTION AND RETRIEVAL OF SAFETY DATAFARRIER T A P1251997
CAVR FLIGHT TEST EXPERIENCESTEELHAMMER W C F3131997
COMMUNICATION AS A COPING TECHNIQUE FOR AVIATION SAFETY INVESTIGATORSCOARSEY-RADER C V P1171997
DATA QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR FAAPERRY RMARLMAN K,WERNER DR PP2201997
DEADLY MISUNDERSTANDINGS OF ENGLISH IN AVIATIONSPROGIS H L P2311997
FOR WANT OF A NAIL...  F1141997
GAIN -- GLOBAL ANALYSIS INFORMATION NETWORK: LEGAL ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH SHARING -- THE PILOT'S PROSPECTIVEMCCARTHY CAPT P P291997
HOW ACTIVE IS THE BOARD ROOM IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS?STONE R BYOUNG S TF251997
IMPACT RECONSTRUCTION: FLIGHT PATH TO CAUSATIONBRAY P JRLIPSCOMB JF3101997
INFORAMATION TECHNOLOGY IN A LARGE SCALE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONBAUM CHUHN MP121997
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATIONS AMONG AVIATION SAFETY PROFESSIONALSREARDON P P2271997
INTEGRATING HUMAN FACTORS: THE FUTURE OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSUMWALT III CAPT R P2381997
INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATING POST-ACCIDENT TRIM SYSTME CONFIGURATIONSKLEPACKI D GMORIN C R,SCHAEFFER R EP1391997
ISASI '98 CALL FOR PAPERSSTEWART J F4151997
ISASI ANNUAL REPORT -- 1996NO AUTHOR F3171997
LEARNING FROM AN ACCIDENTYELLMAN T W F3251997
NEW DIRECTIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY INVESTIGATORFARRIER T A F1161997
NORTH AMERICAN BIRD HAZARD REDUCTION EFFORTS SINCE THE 707 AWACS ACCIDENT AT ELMENDORF, AFBCURTIS T P1211997
SPECIAL REPORT: ANCHORAGE WELCOMES ISASI '97MARTINEZ E F4211997
STREAMLINING GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSMARTINEZ E F1101997
THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION'S NATIONAL AVIATION SAFETY DATA ANALYSIS CENTERTOENNIESSEN BSOOD VP2451997
THE MIXED ROLE OF COMPUTER ANIMATIONPOOLE M R F361997
THE ROLE OF ICAO IN ACCIDENT PREVENTIONFROSTELL C P1361997
THE VISIONARY APPROACH TO AIR SAFETYBRUGGINK G M F2181997
USING "VIRTUAL REALITY"EVANS A F4161997
USING THE INTERNET AND THE INTRANET TO BREAK DOWN BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION BETWEEN AVIATION SAFETY PROFESSIONALSLEYSHON BWIGENS PP1501997
WAKE TURBULENCE MENACEBYRON B F2141997
WHAT CAN A BENT PROP TELL YOU?HORTON N L F461997
WHY FLIGHT CREW PROCEDURES FAILGROSS R L F4121997
ACCIDENT ANALYSIS WITH ADVANCED GRAPHICSPOOLE M R P4661996
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND AMATEUR-BUILT EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFTSTOCKHILL M L P4801996
ACCOMMODATING THE ROLE OF HUMAN FACTORS IN ACCIDENT REPORTSBRUGGINK G F2181996
ADDING VALUE TO AVIATION OPERATIONS: NEW DIRECTIONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY INVESTIGATORFARRIER T A P4241996
AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATION ON THE INTERNET  F3371996
AIRCLAIMS REPORTED MAJOR ACCIDENTS: JANUARY, FEBRUARY 1996  F2341996
AIRCLAIMS REPORTED MAJOR ACCIDENTS: MARCH, APRIL, MAY, JUNE, JULY 1996  F3381996
AIRCLAIMS REPORTED MAJOR ACCIDENTS: SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER 1995  F1311996
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION-BOOK REVIEWMILLER C O F331996
AIRCRAFT ICINGBOWYER M F1111996
AMERICAN EAGLE FLIGHT 4184: "AN ICING CRISIS"FEITH G A P4321996
ANTARCTIC FLIGHTS AND THE LEGEND OF MT. EREBUSVAN DIJK S F3331996
APPLYING PERROW'S COMPLEXITY MODEL TO AVIATION HAZARD IDENTIFICATIONRATNER R S P4721996
ASRS ON THE WEB  F291996
AUSTRALIA'S BASI PRELIMINARY REPORT: 9501246  P4341996
AVIATION SAFETY PERFORMANCE: THIRD WORLD COUNTRIESFAIZI A H F2271996
BEYOND AVIATION HUMAN FACTORS - BOOK REVIEWBLANCHARD J F171996
BOGUS PARTS--MYTH OR FACT?LEGGETT J F P4561996
CAA PAPER 95007: ICE DETECTION FOR TURBOPROP AIRCRAFTRENDER P MJENKINSON L R,CAVES R EF1171996
COMMUTER TURBO-PROP PROPELLER BLADE FAILURES  F1301996
DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFTWOKES F P421996
FAA ALERT NOTICE ON ALLISON 250-SERIES ENGINES  F3451996
FAA ISSUES NPRM BANNING FLIGHT IN FREEZING RAIN OR DRIZZLE  F1241996
FLIGHT TEST EXPERIENCE WITH COCKPIT AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDERS (CAVRS)STEELHAMMER W C P4761996
HELICOPTER LOGGING MISHAPS: APPLYING LESSONS IN AN EXPANDING INDUSTRYHERLIHY D R P4391996
INCIDENTS: THE ROUTE TO HUMAN FACTORS IN ENGINEERING?KING D P4501996
INTERNATIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION IN THE ASIA PACIFIC REGION: AN AIRLINE PILOT'S PERSPECTIVEDUXBURY R P4171996
KNOW YOUR SYSTEMS! F-100 WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM MALFUNCTION TRACED TO VERTICAL STABILIZER  F3321996
LATENT FAILURE AND HUMAN FACTORSWHITE R P41201996
LIGHT AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: AN ENGINEERING GUIDEVAN DIJK P P4991996
MANAGEMENT OF AVIATION OPERATIONS--WAS THE BOARD ROOM ACTIVE IN PREVENTING THE ACCIDENT?STONE R BYOUNG S TP4931996
MILITARY MISHAP PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION: SETTING THE STANDARDGODSEY O L F271996
NEW STUDIES WARN PILOTS THAT...ICE IS WHERE YOU FIND ITSTEENBLIK J F1201996
NOSTALGIA: RECOLLECTIONS OF THE FIRST FLIGHT OF THE BEECH BONANZAPOTTS M F1281996
REPORTING HUMAN FACTORS ACCIDENTSZOTOV D V P4161996
TAKING EXCEPTION: THE LOST ART OF DITCHINGSCOTT W F191996
THE AIR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TOOL--IMPACT TOOL AND FDR VISUALISEREVANS A P4201996
THE AIRPLANE SAFETY AWARENESS PROCESSWILLIAMS S C P41291996
THE CHALLENGER LAUNCH DECISION - BOOK REVIEWBENNER L F261996
THE IDEAL AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATOR?TAYLOR A F F2241996
TO GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUEWOOD R H F1261996
TOMAHAWK ON TRIALLOWERY J F121996
TOMAHAWK REVISITED  F2101996
TRAPPED GAS  F2321996
US FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS: REGULATORY RELICS  F3401996
USING VOLUNTARY INCIDENT REPORTS FOR HUMAN FACTORS EVALUATIONSCHAPPELL S L P4111996
WITH REASONABLE DOUBT: AUSTRALIA AS A CASE STUDY OF A SAFE SYSTEMBRAITHWAITE G R P421996
1994 ACCIDENT DATA  F1441995
A CASE STUDY: LOCATING AND RECOVERING CRUCIAL SMALL PARTS UNDERWATERFISH J PHUIZINGA E DP41451995
ACCIDENT REPORTS; SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 1994  F1251995
ACCIDENT TO ITAVIA DC-9 NEAR USTICA, 27 JUNE 1980; WRECKAGE AND IMPACT INFORMATION & ANALYSISTAYLOR A F F161995
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ON THE FLIGHT DECKBYRON B F5231995
AIR CARRIER EMERGENCY EVACUATION: THE CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRSGROSS R L F231995
AIRCLAIMS REPORTED MAJOR ACCIDENTS: JUNE, JULY, AUGUST 1995  F5291995
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT COMPUTER ANIMATIONLUND S RRICHESIN CP4701995
AN EXAMPLE OF CVR BACKGROUND NOISE ANALYSISSHEPPARD P F P41041995
ANALYSIS OF CVR TRANSIENT SIGNATURESDYNE S J C P4941995
ASIA-PACIFIC CABIN SAFETY WORKING GROUP LOOKING FOR SOLUTIONSFARRAR M P F3161995
BEECH KING AIR LB CIRCUIT BREAKER  F2311995
COMPUTER-GENERATED VIDEOS AND AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (VIDEO KILLED THE FDR PLOT)HUHN M P4841995
CREW-CAUSED ACCIDENTS: SOME HIDDEN ORIGINSLAST S F331995
ELECTRONIC MISHAP INVESTIGATION TOOL (EMIT)TESSON B W P41441995
EXCEEDING DESIGN CRITERIA: "HARDWARE DOESN'T MAKE MISTAKES"  F1211995
FAA WORKSHOP ON FLIGHT CREW ACCIDENT AND ACCIDENT HUMAN FACTORS  F531995
FAULTY FUEL LINES  F2271995
FOR THE WANT OF A FLIGHT DATA RECORDERHARVEY D S F1231995
FROM THE PAGES OF HISTORY: REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT  F221995
HAWAIIAN FIRE DRILLWOOD R H F2251995
HUMAN FACTORS IN AIRLINE MAINTENANCEHOBBES A F5191995
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE INDUCES HAZARDS IN PIPER PA-31-350  F1241995
IN CONTRAST TO THE FOREGOING - LOSS OF SEPARATION [MAYBE] INCIDENT[?] AT DCA  F2211995
INFLIGHT ICING PART II: MAKING HARD CHOICESSTEENBLIK J F5131995
INFLIGHT ICING PART III: OPERATIONSSTEENBLIK J F5151995
INFLIGHT ICING: CERTIFICATION VS REALITY...WHERE THE DIFFERENCE CAN MEAN LIFE OR DEATHSTEENBLIK J F571995
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION FLIGHT RECORDER PANEL DEVELOPMENT OF NEW STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICESMAYES P P4601995
KEYNOTE SPEECHHALL J P411995
LANDING SURVEY DISCUSSIONS OF LANDING PARAMETER DATA FOR TYPICAL TRANSPORT OPERATIONSBARNES T JDEFIORE T,MICKLOS RP4381995
LARGE DIAMETER ENGINE FAN RUBS IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPARKER R P41491995
LES MOTS EXACTS  F1221995
MAINTENANCE ALERTS  F3251995
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO BLOODBORNE PATHOGENSFINNEGAN B F P451995
ON THE CARE AND HANDLING OF ELECTRONIC DATA RECORDERS: OR HOW TO KEEP THE BITS BYTINGREEVES S F3191995
OPTIMAL LOCATION OF FLIGHT RECORDERSBOSIK A JBOSIK TP41121995
PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION FOR INVESTIGATORS: HANDLING OF RISKS SUBSEQUENT TO AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTDENTAN M CDE LATAILLADE H,SALMON MP4181995
PIPER PA-28/32 DETERIORATED OIL LINES  F2271995
PRATT & WHITNEY ENGINE FADEC ANALYSIS AS AN INVESTIGATIVE TOOLFEENEY MYOUNG MP41411995
PREDICTIVE PROGRAMS - THE PILOTS' VIEWMCCARTHY P DGRIFFITH SP41291995
QANTAS FLIGHT DATA ANALYSIS SYSTEMQUINN M P41521995
REPORTS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS: JANUARY AND FEBRUARY  F2281995
REPORTS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS: MARCH, APRIL AND MAY  F3261995
RESULTS FROM INTERVIEWS WITH AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORS INVOLVED IN TWO FATAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSCOARSEY-RADER C VNUTT M,NORDECK JP4101995
SED QUIS CUSTODIET IPSOS CUSTODES? - REDUX  F2231995
SED QUIS CUSTODIET IPSOS CUSTODES? - REDUXx2REARDON P F2241995
TAKING EXCEPTION: WHAT PRICE HARMONIZATION?RIMSON I J F551995
TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CRASH SURVIVABLE COCKPIT VOICE RECORDERSDISMUKES M P4651995
TECHNIQUES FOR IDENTIFYING INDIRECT CAUSAL FACTORS IN AVIATION INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTSRATNER R SGUSELLI JF271995
THE EFFECT OF ICE ACCRETION ON WING AND STABILIZER ON AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCETEYMOURAZOV RKOFMAN VP41571995
THE PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS OF THE "SEE AND AVOID" CONCEPT FOR SEPARATION OF AIR TRAFFICPOPP P T F3111995
THE SAFETY DATA WAREHOUSE AND SAFETY INFORMATION DELIVERY: A VITAL TOOL IN AIR SAFETYNICHOLAS DSTRAY AP4331995
TRAINING THE FUTURE'S INVESTIGATORS WITH YESTERDAY'S ACCIDENTS AND TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY: A STUDENT'S PERSPECTIVEOLLIFF T L P4541995
TSB EXPERIENCES USING VIDEO RECONSTRUCTIONSPOOLE M R P4891995
WHERE OH WHERE DID THE AIRPLANE GO?POCOCK C L F5271995
WORDS MEAN SOMETHING...BENNER L F3171995
WRECKAGE AND COMPONENT ANALYSIS; MORE INFORMATION FROM LESSCLARK G P4201995
A MULTIDISCIPLINARY LABORATORY CONTRIBUTION TO AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONGILBERT CGAZON AP5731994
A NEED FOR EFFECTIVE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND USEHAYES P P51331994
ACCIDENT PREVENTION IN THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCENAYLOR L P51281994
ACCIDENT UPDATE  F1161994
AN INTRODUCTION TO INVESTIGATING ENGINE DISK RUPTURESMOUTON P P5661994
ANALYSIS GROUND STATION FOR FDR/QARBOUTRY J M P51651994
ASIA PACIFIC CABIN SAFETY WORKING GROUPBUDD PPHILLIPS C,PYNE A JP51661994
AUTOROTATION DYNAMIC ROLLOVERROED AGE F3171994
AVIATION ACCIDENT PREVENTION PROGRAM MANAGEMENT: THE NEED FOR REQUIREMENTS AND INVESTIGATIONSMILLER C O F461994
AVIATION OCCURRENCE REPORT (TSB OF CANADA)  F1131994
BEECH 1900C FLIGHT TRAINING ACCIDENT: A CASE STUDY IN MULTIPLE CAUSE ACCIDENT EVENTSSTONE R B P531994
BEWARE OF LASERSHEWES B V F4201994
BEYOND REASON: HOW TO CONDUCT AN INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND NATIONAL CULTURESMEYER J P51071994
CLEAR ICE PHENOMENON ON AIRCRAFT WING - HAZARD TO FLIGHT SAFETYHAMALAINEN S P561994
COINCIDENCES MOST TIMES AREN'TKOLATA G F171994
COMPONENT FAILURE + ENGINE FAILURE = FATAL ACCIDENT  F1101994
CROSS-CULTURAL ISSUES IN CRM TRAININGMERRITT A F4141994
DETECTING AND ELIMINATING THE HAZARDMCKELLAR G P51361994
DETECTING AND ELIMINATING THE HAZARD "USING REASON"SARGEANT B ACAVENAGH M JP5871994
DON'T USE THE TWIST GRIP!ROED AGE F341994
EARLY DETECTION OF HAZARDS...THE LAWPAPADAKIS M P P52041994
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE  F1141994
EUROCAE ED-56A PROMPTS NEW GENERATION OF COCKPIT VOICE RECORDERSDISMUKES M P51621994
FLIGHT SAFETY FOUNDATION CONTROLLED-FLIGHT-INTO-TERRAIN CHECKLIST  F451994
GRIST FROM THE IFALPA MILL  F191994
HIGH SPEED BALLOON?  F3131994
INTEGRATING ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATIONGANSE L R P51231994
IT CAN'T WORK IF IT'S NOT TURNED ON  F451994
KEYNOTE ADDRESSMONNIER A P511994
LOCATING INVESTIGATIVE CLUES IN THE UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENTFISH J P P5551994
MD-11 PILOTS; DON'T BUMP THE FLAP/SLAT HANDLESTEENBLIK J W F181994
MINIMUM VECTORING ALTITUDESSCHIFF B CAPT F2441994
NEW CONCEPT FOR FIGHTING AGAINST CFITCHAZELLE X P5461994
NEW HORIZONS - AWARENESSFAKOUSSA T P51191994
NO BRAKES, NO REVERSERSPOSET J J F321994
PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN FACTORS  F3181994
PRO-ACTIVE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONMAYES P P5841994
RAP (RADAR ANALYSIS PROGRAM) - AN INTERACTIVE COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR RADAR BASED FLIGHT PATH RECONSTRUCTION AND ANALYSISROBERTS SMCLEOD R,VERMIJ MP5271994
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRAININGDIEHL A P51021994
RECOVERY OF AIRCRAFT WRECKAGE FROM THE WATERTHORN D F121994
REPORTS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS  F3201994
REPORTS OF MAJOR ACCIDENTS: JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST  F4211994
SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS AND SAFETY ACTION; "CLOSING THE LOOP WITH AN OPEN SYSTEM"SMART K P RHUNT P JP51211994
SUMMARY OBSERVATIONS: THE 1994 NTSB AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SYMPOSIUMMILLER C O F221994
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER; NASA TECHNOLOGY IMPROVES PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SAFETY  F4271994
TEETERING ROTOR HELICOPTER WARNINGS  F3191994
THE "SKEE PARKER WAS RIGHT" PAGE  F161994
THE ACCIDENT TO LN-PAA, PARTNAIR CONVAIR CV-340/580ROED AGE F351994
THE AIR CARRIER FLIGHT CREW OPERATING MANUAL; A HIDDEN CONTRIBUTOR TO AVIATION ACCIDENTSGROSS R L F481994
THE DANGER OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE WITH AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS:LAPTOP LIABILITY?KRIEGER R W P51861994
THE EFFECT OF GLASS COCKPIT TECHNOLOGY ON AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONTHORN D J LCDR F2121994
THE ROLE OF MATHEEMATICAL MODELLING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SAFER AIR TRAVELGALEA E P51721994
THE ULTIMATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TOOL - THE INVESTIGATION OF INCIDENTSKAPUSTIN R P5771994
THE USE OF FLIGHT DATA FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTIONKOFMAN V P51561994
THE USE OF THE SIMULATOR IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONDE VILLENEUVE J P P5111994
TO INTERVENE OR NOT TO INTERVENE? THE COPILOT'S CATCH 22BESCO R O P5941994
TRANSPORT CANADA'S RESPONSE TO TSB RECOMMENDATIONS  F4191994
UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECOVERY: CRITICAL ELEMENTS FOR EFFICIENCY AND SUCCESSCARR H A P5511994
VALIDITY OF FLIGHT RECORDER DATA IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A BOEING 747 ACCIDENT DURING TAXI ON SNOW AND ICE-AFFECTED PAVEMENTBAYAN F PDEYERL E,ROSS BP5151994
YOU BE THE JUDGE (CONTINUED)  F3141994
YOU BE THE JUDGE: AN EXERCISE IN "PROBABLE CAUSE"  F241994
1992 WORLDWIDE JET AIR CARRIER LOSSES  F1301993
AAIB REPORTS ON TITAN BANDIERANTE ACCIDENT  F3181993
ACCIDENT PREVENTION THROUGH PERFORMANCE MONITORINGPOOLE M R P4311993
AIRCRAFT DESIGN-INDUCED PILOT ERROR, DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAINHALL D S P4931993
AIRCRAFT INCIDENT - EXCEPTIONAL EVENT OR PRECURSOR OF DISASTER?SIMMONS A P4841993
AIRCRAFT MISHAP WITNESS INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUESTHORN D J F1271993
AN "INSIDE STORY" OF AIRFRAME ICING  F291993
ANOMALIES AT LIFT OFF: LETHAL EVENTS THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN TRIVIAL; THE NEED FOR ENHANCED AWARENESSBESCO R O P4751993
APPLYING THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP CONTEXT TO AVIATION OCCURRENCE INVESTIGATIONS AND THE TSB APPROACHHINTON T P P481993
ATS INVESTIGATION - FROM INTERNAL TO INTERNATIONALRODGERS B P4681993
BALLOON SAFETY TIPS: FALSE LIFT, SHEAR AND ROTORS  F251993
CAN WE BELIEVE WHAT WE SEE, IF WE SEE WHAT WE BELIEVE? EXPERT DISAGREEMENTNORDBY J J F351993
CHALLENGES OF INVESTIGATING ACCIDENTS INVOLVING INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE ALLIANCESVAN DER LOUW C P MLOGAN T JP4151993
COMBI - A COMBINED SOLID STATE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (FDR) AND COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR) IN A SINGLE LINE REPLACEMENT UNITECKHARDT K P4201993
COMPATIBILITY OF AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONS AND CIVIL/CRIMINAL LITIGATIONMILLER C O P4451993
CRASH RESISTANT FUEL SYSTEMS--BELL 212 FUEL FITTING (AS RECOMMENDATION A93-02)  F221993
DAMAGE PREVENTION OR DAMAGE CONTROL?SCHLEED R L P4471993
ENGINE FAILURE PROMPTS BAILOUT  F3161993
ENGINE RELATED MISHAPS AND PREVENTIVE STEPSHALL A P4711993
FUTURE DIRECTORS IN CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRAININGHELMREICH R L F1141993
GE90 - THE NEXT ERA IN AIRCRAFT ENGINE TECHNOLOGY AND RELIABILITYELSTON S B F121993
INERTIAL GUIDANCE SYSTEMS SIMPLIFIEDPOCOCK C F3161993
IN-FLIGHT DOOR OPENINGS IN SMALL AIRCRAFT  F3261993
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND PLANNING FOR THE RECOVERY AND INVESTIGATION OF AN AIRCRAFT PROPELLER LOST IN LAKE ERIERECCHIUTI R A P4531993
ISASI HUMAN FACTORSMCINTYRE J A P4441993
ITALY IS 9.5 HOURS LONG  F2111993
KEYNOTE ADDRESS (ISASI '93)STANTS J W P411993
MAJOR LEAGUE INTERFERENCECOLLETT D F2191993
MURPHY'S LAWS AS APPLIED TO AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATION  F3151993
REJECTED TAKEOFF CERTIFICATIONMELVIN W W F1161993
SAFETY AWARENESS FOR EFFICIENCY (SAFE) MANUALKING R W P41071993
SECONDARY TRAUMA AND THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORCOARSEY-RADER C VROCKWOOD TP4961993
STABILIZER STALL REVISTEDROED A F3121993
SUB-STANDARD PART AND MAINTENANCE LED TO CONVAIR CRASH  F3171993
SYNTHETIC ENVIRONMENTS: BE AWAREPOLITIS E P4271993
THE AAIB APPROACH TO SOLID STATE RECORDERS AND THEIR REPLAYSHEPPARD P FVANCE R JP4361993
THE AVIATION SAFETY IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL ERGONOMICS AND STRESSORSDIEHL A E P4401993
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF EDSEL MURPHY TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE BEHAVIOR OF INANIMATE OBJECTSKLIPSTEIN D L F231993
THE FIRST ACCIDENT REPORT?  F2101993
THE ICAO FACT-FINDING INVESTIGATION OF THE SHOOTING DOWN OF KOREAN AIR LINES BOEING 747 ON 31 AUGUST 1983FROSTELL C E P4821993
THE N'DOLA DISASTER: AN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR'S POINT OF VIEW  F2121993
THE ROLE OF IFALPA IN ANNEX 13 INVESTIGATIONSMCCARTHY P P451993
TRIM TABS--CHECKED AND WRONG!  F281993
1991 JET AIR CARRIER LOSSESAISL F1241992
A NEW METHOD OF NON-DESTRUCTIVE TAPE INSPECTION FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSTOUIZER YROBBE A,MOULES CP42531992
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION FOR THE FUTURE: TOOLS, TECHNOLOGY AND TECHNIQUESHUNTZINGER D LPURVIS J WP42341992
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES IN FAILURE ANALYSISCLAXTON R J P42071992
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION COMMISSION  F1291992
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION HANDBOOK FOR ELECTRONIC HARDWAREGALLER DSLENSKI GP42431992
AIRCRAFT WRECKAGE - A POTENTIAL HAZARD TO HEALTHCULLING S R P42751992
AUTOMATION IN TRANSPORTATION: BLESSING OR CURSE?HART C A P42781992
AVIONICS FLIGHT SYSTEMS FOR THE 21ST CENTURYPEAL R A P4951992
BOEING 737 OVERRUNS - A CASE HISTORYMARTHINSEN H F P4381992
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT AIRCRAFTFORWARD B P42481992
COMPUTERIZED AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: FIELD INVESTIGATOR'S LIGHTWEIGHT EXPERT (F.I.L.E.)RYAN D SHUNT D BP41441992
CONFRONTING THE UNFOUNDED OPINIONS OF EXPERTS IN AVIATION ACCIDENT LITIGATIONALLRED M S P4521992
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OPENING ADDRESS OF ISASI 17TH INTERNATIONAL AIR SAFETY SEMINARSANGER T P211986
ORIGIN OF "RISK MANAGEMENT" FOR AEROSPACE USELEDERER J F F1131986
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ANNEX 13 - AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONFRITSCH O F191986
PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL RIGHTSDESCHENES B M P241986
SECURITY OF AVIATION IN THE AIR ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND INVESTIGATION FIELDSJOY T J C P2461986
THE AIRLINE: A MASSIVE POOL OF EXPERTISEGALLIKER CAPT J P2301986
THE CALL SIGN PROBLEMFRITSCH O F1141986
THE ROLE OF THE PILOT ASSOCIATION IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONLEPPARD CAPT D LSTONE CAPT R B,McNAIR CAPT LP2561986
THE SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE OF ENGINE MANUFACTURERS IN SUPPORT OF AN INTERNATIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMOEHRING J T P2631986
A COMBINATION FDR/DVR FOR BOTH CIVILIAN AND MILITARY AIRCRAFTWATTERS D M P3511985
A TERSE MESSAGE FROM SWEDENSTEEN GROED AF171985
AILMENTS COMMON TO PILOTS AND INVESTIGATORSSCHICK F F181985
ANALYSIS OF FLIGHT DATA RECORDER INFORMATIONGROSSI D R P3351985
ANTIMISTING FUEL TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION IN FULL-SCALE TRANSPORT AIRCRAFTFENTON B C P4211985
B720 CONTROLLED IMPACT DEMONSTRATION (CID) FDR/CVR EXPERIMENTGARODZ L JLEROY G G - LOCKHEEDP4151985
CONCEPT FOR IMPROVING PASSENGER SEATS FOR LARGE TRANSPORT AIRCRAFTJOHNSON DZIMMERMAN R E,CANNON M RP4301985
CONTROLLED IMPACT DEMONSTRATION (CID) PROGRAMREED J E P421985
CONTROLLED IMPACT DEMONSTRATION DEC 1, 1985 IMPACT RECONSTRUCTIONCLARK J C P4101985
CONTROLLED IMPACT DEMONSTRATOIN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION EXPERIMENTDEL GANDIO F S P481985
CRASH INJURY INVESTIGATION: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTUREHASBROOK A H P3271985
EARLY POLISH WORKS IN FIELD OF AIRCRAFT SAFETY YEARS 1926-1939DULEBA L P3331985
EXAMINATION OF ELECTRICAL WIRING & EQUIPMENT IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONWELLS F M PhD P361985
FRACTURE MECHANICS FOR USE IN AIRCRAFT CRASH RECONSTRUCTIONPACKMAN P FSTEFFAN A AP3101985
INTERIM REPORTAIB UK F2121985
INVESTIGATING NEW TECHNOLOGY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSSTONE CAPT R B P3131985
KEY FACTORS IN ACHIEVING EFFECTIVE HUMAN PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTFADDEN D M F141985
LIGHT BULB FILAMENT DYNAMICS STUDYPOOLE M RVERMIJ M,HEASLIP T WP3151985
LIGHTNING STRIKE DAMAGE TO A BELL UH-1D HELICOPTERSCHROETER G R F251985
NOTES ON THE INVESTIGATION OF HELICOPTER INFLIGHT BREAKUPSKERFOOT L R F291985
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON RECOVERY OF ELECTRONIC DATA FROM AIRCRAFT WRECKAGEGWYNNE D G F221985
PROPOSAL FOR ADDITIONAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING CAPABILITYBANNING CAPT E R F191985
READOUT AND DATA PROCESSING OF THE FAIRCHILD DIGITAL FLIGHT RECORDERNAPFEL HHAWKINS BP3391985
ROTOR BLADES "THEN AND NOW"ORR R G P3241985
STRUCTURAL CRASHWORTHINESS EXPERIMENTS OF THE CIDHAYDUK R JFASANELLA E L - PRC,ALFRARO-BOU E - NASAP4331985
THE ANATOMY AND PATHOLOGY OF AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT LAWSUITFROEDE R CREYNA MP3561985
THE APPLICATION OF CVR AND FDR DATA IN HUMAN PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATIONSKAYTEN P PhDROBERTS C A PhDP3441985
THE CONSTRUCTIVE USES OF AVIATION CATASTROPHIES AND OTHER UNDESIRED EVENTSLEDERER J F P311985
THE ROLE OF INTERESTED PARTIES IN THE OFFICAL ACCIDENT ANALYSISBRUGGINK G M F121985
THE SOCIAL PYSCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PILOT ERROR ACCIDENTS: MALE VS FEMALEVAIL G J P3291985
WIND SHEAR 1984NTSB REPORTS F151985
A CASE HISTORY BELL 212 G-BOIL NORTH SEAKING D P4511984
A CASE HISTORY THE ACCIDENT TO G-BDAN A DAN AIR B-727 AT TENERIFE ON25 APRIL 1980MATTHEWS R G P4541984
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: FROM AN INSURANCE PERSPECTIVEAWFORD I F3161984
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT PHOTOGRAPHY - AN UPDATEWOOD R H P471984
AIRCRAFT MISHAP REPORTS: PROTECTION OF INFORMATIONSTUDDARD LC G F351984
ANALYSIS OF WRECKAGE PATTERN FROM IN-FLIGHT DISINTEGRATIONMATTESON F H F231984
BO-105 IN THE GULF OF MEXICOORR R G P4431984
COMPOSIT MATERIAL FAILURESDOREY G P4381984
CONFIDENTIAL HUMAN FACTORS REPORTING PROGRAMGREEN R P4251984
DETERMINING STRUCTURAL FAILURES - METAL FRACTURESUSAF SAFETY KIT F141984
EN ROUTE MID-AIR COLLISIONSSAINT CAPT S P F3111984
FACTS, EVIDENCE AND TRAUMABRUGGINK G M F111984
INTEGRITY AND THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORBRUGGINK G M F151984
INVESTIGATOR TRAININGTAYLOR A F P4211984
LOW CYCLE FATIGUE WHAT IS ITOLSON R F1101984
MEMORY FOR A STAGED INCIDENTMINGAY D JDENNETT J L,BEKERIAN DR D AP4581984
MICROBE GROWTH HARMS FUEL INDICATION SYSTEMFSF F2161984
PANEL ON "PROFESSIONALISM FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS"PANEL F1111984
PHYSICAL FITNESS AND FATIGUE IN AIRCREW MEMBERSHARTMAN B O PhD F3141984
RESOURCES FOLLOW-UP ACTION FOR ACCIDENT PREVENTIONKNIGHT J P4561984
SAFETY AND THE SCIENTIFIC METHODKOHN G F171984
SLEEP LOSS AND THE CRASH OF FLIGHT 182PRICE CAPT W JHOLLEY DR D CF2171984
TAKE-OFF MONITORSHOEKSTRA H D F2221984
THE DOWNBURST - A SLEEPING TIGERSAINT CAPT S P F2121984
THE DRUM POINTER ALTIMETER MISREAD PROBLEMJOBANEK M F371984
THE POLICE ROLE AT AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSMCCOLL G P451984
THE ROLE OF THE AVIATION PATHOLOGIST IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONGROUND UNDERWOOD K E P4141984
THIS HOUSE CONSIDERS THAT HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATION IS A WASTE OF TIMEDEBATE P4361984
UNDERWATER RESOURCESMCKINLAY R P431984
Va AND AIRCRAFT WEIGHTAVIATION SAF. DIGEST F191984
WATER CONTAMINATION OF FUEL SYSTEMSAVIATION SAF. DIGEST F1171984
WHERE DO AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS HAPPENNAKONECHNY MAJ R F321984
WITNESSESROLFE DR J MBEKERIAN DR D AP4181984
ADVANCED COMPOSITE STRUCTURES IN COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFTGERARD D R P4191983
ADVANCES IN ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT CRASH IMPACTED LIGHT BULBSHEASLIP T WVERMIJ M,POOLE R MP4561983
AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEMS USE ACCURACYFRAMPTON M R P4331983
AIR SAFETY: TAKING THE ONUS OFF PILOTSHOFFMAN D F221983
AIRCRAFT DISPATCHER - A LINK IN THE CHAINROSSMORE A P4701983
ALCOHOL AND AVIATION SAFETYJACKSON B W P4231983
AN AIRLINE INVESTIGATION- A CASE STUDY IN COOPERATIONTWINAM DMERLO M JP4841983
ARE THESE THE SAME ACCIDENTSNTSB ACC. REPORT NYC- F3121983
AVOID, THE UNANALYZED PARTNER OF "SEE"HARRIS J L F2121983
BEYOND PROFESSIONALISMSPROGIS H P4811983
BEYOND THE CODE OF ETHICSHALL D S P4161983
COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND AIRCRAFT STRUCTURESSCHMIDT R L F3211983
COMPUTER SIMULATIONS APPLIED TO AIRCRAFT MISHAP INVESTIGATIONTHOR W F361983
CONTRIBUTION OF AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY TO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTIONJENSEN R S P4901983
DUCKUNDERSHARPER 1STLT W H F3171983
EFFECTS OF BAROMETRIC VARIATIONS ON AIRCRAFT STATIC SOURCE DETERMINATIONPOCIUS C F P4271983
FAILURE ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS SYSTEMS IN AIRCRAFT STRUCTURESROMAN IRITTEL DF241983
FLING-WING FLIP AND HELO ROLLOVERCRESS MAJ J P F3141983
IMPROVING PILOT JUDGEMENTBERLIN J I PhD F391983
INFLUENCE OF ISASI ON MODERN AND FUTURE AVIATION LAWMAXWELL S F P4781983
LAWS OF NAVAL AVIATIONBEELER C R F281983
LESS THAN MEETS THE EYERIMSON I J P411983
LIGHT TWIN DOUBLE ENGINE FAILUREBENN O P4101983
LOFT EXPERIENCE IN CANADABENTLEY V N P4141983
LUNCHEON REMARKSMCCLELLAN J P411983
MICROBURST WIND SHEAR AT NEW ORLEANS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT JULY 9 1982FUJITA T T F111983
PERFORMANCE OF WARNING SYSTEMS IN AVOIDING FLIGHT-INTO-TERRAIN (CFIT) ACCIDENTSLOOMIS J PPORTER R FF2181983
PIECE OF CAKE PRECEPTIONS AND THE UNFORGIVABLE SINMCNAUGHTON DR G B F351983
ROLE OF ENDOGENOUS CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY IN AIR-FORCE FLIGHT ACCIDENTS DUE TO PILOT ERRORRIBAK JASHKENAZI I E,KLEPFISH AF291983
SATELLITE IMAGERY: UNTAPPED DATA SOURCE IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONAUER A H P451983
TEMPORAL DISTORTIONSCARSON LC D M F3181983
THE OTHER END OF THE SPECTRUMJACOBS LC M F F3111983
THE ROLE OF THE VISUAL SYSTEM IN SPATIAL ORIENTATION/DISORIENTATIONMCNAUGHTON COL G B F331983
UNIQUE APPLICATION OF A MICROCOMPUTER FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMCINTYRE J AMARTHINSEN H FP4491983
ACCIDENT TO BRITISH AEROSPACE 748 AT NAILSTONEBARDON P J P211982
AIRBORNE WEATHER RADAR AND SEVERE WEATHER PROTECTIONMETCALF J I F1171982
AIRCRAFT AND THUNDERSTORMS DON'T MIX WELLJENNINGS W P2271982
ANOTHER SAFETY CHALLENGE FOR THE FEDSPROGIS CAPT H F1101982
CLASSIFICATION OF PILOT ERRORS AS NEEDED BY THE COCKPIT DESIGNERMANOR J P P2441982
CONTROL CAB VIDEO RECORDERS A PILOTS VIEWPOINTLEPPARD CAPT D L P2411982
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ISASI CODE OF ETHICS AND CONDUCTMILLER C O P2641982
DIAGRAMMING THE WRECKAGE SCENEWOOD R H P2811982
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE IN AIRCRAFTROSENZWEIG J P2701982
ELECTRONIC INTERFERENCE WITH AIRBORNE NAVIGATION SYSTEMSLEGGETT J F P2301982
ELIMINATING DANGERS OF LIGHTNING STRIKES ON AIRCRAFTSLEZINGER PROSENZWEIG JP2721982
ENGINE OUT FLIGHT TRAINING REVISITEDMARTHINSEN H F P2461982
FLIGHT CREW EDUCATION: FACT VS RUMORDYKHUIS CAPT H A P2181982
HELICOPTER IN-FLIGHT ICINGFLIGHTFAX F1161982
HUMAN REACTION TIMEZELLER A F Ph.D. F1121982
LESSONS LEARNEDUSAF JOURNAL F1261982
LETTERS: BEECH AIRCRAFT REPLIESSANDER L F F121982
LETTERS: COMMENTS ON GERRY BRUGGINK'S ARTICLE IN VOLUME 14, NO. 3EDWARDS L F161982
LETTERS: NEW ZEALAND DC-10 RESPONSESSEYMOUR G F151982
LETTERS: NTSB PETITION RESPONSESPRICE CAPT W J F181982
LETTERS: NTSB PETITION RESPONSENEWMAN R L F171982
MANUFACTURERS RESPONSIBILITY TO COMMUNICATE SAFETY INFORMATIONGERARD D R P2191982
MAST-ECTOMYCRESS MAJ J P F1311982
MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM (MIS): THE NEW APPROACH AIDSTAAL CAPT D W P2771982
PREVENTION OF DEATH AND INJURY IN AERIAL SPRAYINGGORDON M P2221982
PROBLEMS OF LARGE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION IN ANTARCTICACHIPPINDALE R P281982
PROPER HANDLING AND CARE OF METALLURGICAL FAILURESWILSON LTC W F1111982
PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESSES IN LIVES OF PILOTS WHICH CAN PREDISPOSE FATAL ACCIDENTSBROWN R K P231982
RADIO INTERFERENCEKLM TIPS F1301982
REVIEW AND COMMENTHALL D S F1331982
SAMPLING AND CONTROLLING AIRCRAFT FLUIDS SENT TO LABS FOR ANALYSISECONOMY G S F1111982
THE ACCIDENT DILEMMAUSAF JOURNAL F1281982
THE IMPORTANCE OF INCIDENT REPORTINGLIGHTFOOT W I F1141982
THE STALL/SPIN PHENOMENONONETO T L F1221982
USE OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL RADAR AS A TOOL IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONCORRIE S J P2121982
A CASE STUDY OF CESSNA-206 ACCIDENT WITH CRASHWORTHINESS IMPROVEMENTS IN SEATPIPER M P4611981
A CRITICAL LOOK AT GENERAL AVIATION OWNER'S MANUALSDAVIS T HFURMAN J HF371981
A LOOK AT BRAKE COOLINGBLAKE W F3121981
ACCIDENT PRECEPTION: THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSBENNER L F1131981
ACCIDENT PREVENTION THROUGH INVESTIGATION; RECONSTRUCTION AND LITIGATIONGAINES W R P4821981
ACTIVE CONTROLS AND FLIGHT SFAETYSTOREY R E F191981
AEROMEDICAL FACTORS IN AVIATION FATIGUE (ABSTRACT)KREUGER G PFAGG J NF351981
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT REPORT - AIR NEW ZEALAND DC10 30 ZK-NZP ROSS ISLAND ANTARCTICAOFF ACCIDENT INVEST. F241981
ANALYSIS OF COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER & DIGITAL FLT RECORDER AIR NEW ZEALAND DC-10OFF ACCIDENT INVEST. F2141981
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CRASHWORTHINESSHALL D S P4381981
COCKPIT COMMUNICATION PATTERNS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF FLIGHT CREWSFOUSHEE H C Ph.dMANOS K LF1191981
COLLECTION OF DATA ON IMPACT DYNAMICSREED W H P4411981
CONTROL CAB VIDEO RECORDERSHUMATE W V P4661981
CRASH DATA ON STRUCTURESMCLEOD R KHUTCHISON J WP4431981
CURRENT AIR SAFTY RULES HAMSTRING AVIATION INSURERSSATTERFIELD J EROCHE TF3181981
DATA COLLECTION ON SEATS AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMSDESJARDINS S P P4521981
DECIDING WHEN YOU ARE AT RISKSPROGIS CAPT H F151981
FIRE CRASHWORTHINESS INVESTIGATIONROBERTSON S H P4631981
FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON AVIATION PSYCHOLOGYJENSEN R S F361981
HEARBACK  F351981
HEAT DISTRESS AND FIRE PATTERNSUSAF SAFETY JOURNAL F1181981
HOW IMPORTANT IS SAFETY EDUCATION?PARKER G B P4921981
HUMAN PERFORMANCE FACTORS IN AVIATION ACCIDENTS: INVESTIGATORS METHODOLOGYSTOKLOSA J H P4231981
HUMAN PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATION: INVESTIGATOR IN CHARGE AND REPORT WRITER ROLESSCHLEEDE R L P4281981
HUMAN PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATIONSWALHOUT G J P4211981
HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT AND DC-8 BOGEY BEAMSAVIATION SAFETY INST. F141981
IN SUPPORT OF INVESTIGATION AUTHORITIESBRUGGINK G M F3211981
INVESTIGATION IN SMALS COUNTRIESROED A P4191981
INVESTIGATION OF AIRCRAFT FIRESWOOD R H P4341981
LET MICROPROCESSORS HELP: A REVIEW OF PROGRAMS FOR HAND CALCULATORS AND COMPUTERS IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT DATA ANALYSISMacSWAIN W G P4691981
MACHINE VS MANUSAF SAFETY JOURNAL F3251981
METHODOLOGICAL BIASES WHICH UNDERMINE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSBENNER L P411981
NTSB RESPONSE TO C O MILLER'S PETITION  F321981
ONE INVESTIGATOR'S ATTEMPTS TO OVERCOME METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMSCORRIE S J P461981
PANEL DISCUSSION OF C O MILLER PETITION BEFORE NTSBMILLER C OARBARBANELL O,BAILEY & DAVISP4981981
PETITION TO ADD ADDITIONAL PARTIES TO THE NTSB TEAMDAVIS T H P41031981
SIMULTANEOUS TIME & EVENTS PROCESS (STEP) METHOD OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONCLARKE R WJOBANEK M JP4101981
STRESS COPINGALKOV R A PhD. F3161981
THE GREAT EXCUSESMOTT D R P41061981
VIDEO INVESTIGATIONS: A COMPLEMENTARY SOURCEBIGNALL L C P4311981
A LITTLE ICE CAN GET YOUAEROSPACE SAFETY F2181980
A NEW DIGITAL FLIGHT RECORDERKABEL F E P4821980
A PROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONHALL D S F3141980
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION: THE GAME WE PLAYPARKER G B P4741980
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS OF ALUMINUM ALLOY FRACTURES IN AIRCRAFT COMPONENTSHEASLIP T WMCCLEOD R K,RUPERT D SP4281980
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT PHOTOGRAPHYWOOD R H P4561980
AIRLINE SAFETY FIRST ASSESSMENT OF 1979FLIGHT INTERNATIONAL F121980
ARE YOUR REPORTS CREDIBLENO AUTHOR F3131980
ASSESSMENT OF ENGINE OPERATION AT IMPACTWHALLEY D J P4951980
CAN YOU PUNISH AN ACCIDENT?WOOD R H F151980
DENSITY ALTITUDEPROBKA MAJ W J F2211980
ELECTRON BEAM TECHNIQUES IN A HELICOPTER TRANSMISSION FAILURE ANALYSISROBERTS C SJENSEN J RP4401980
ETHICS AND LITIGATIONSATTERFIELD J E F3161980
EVALUATION OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT REPORTSFULLER C AMOORE M CF1131980
EYEWITNESS FAILURESPROGIS H LBROWN R KP4911980
FAILURE OF THE C-5A AFT PRESSURE CLOSURETILSON J F P4641980
FALLACIES IN AVIATION SAFETY CONCEPTSLEDERER J F P4871980
FINDINGS, CAUSES AND MISCELLANYUSAF SAFETY JOURNAL F3171980
FINGER TROUBLEGREEN R F291980
FLIGHT DATA RECORDERS FOR USAF FIGHTER/ATTACK/TRAINER AIRCRAFTSWEGINNIS R W P41011980
FUNCTIONAL DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE CAPABILITIES OF NEW AIRCRAFTCLARKE R W F181980
GENERAL AVIATION FIXED-WING ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER: FOLLOW-UPHALL D S P471980
HELICOPTER ROTOR ICINGAEROSPACE SAFETY F2221980
HUMAN FACTORS IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMILLER C O F1161980
IS RED DEAD? A LOOK AT WARNING COLORSBLACKFORD LTJG P F341980
MODEL OF PROBABLE FATIGUE FACTORS INVOLVED IN UAL FLT 2860 ACCIDENTPRICE CAPT W J F1111980
NEEDED: CRASH IMPACT DATAHASBROOK A H P4201980
NTSB IMPROVED AVIATION ACCIDENT DATA SYSTEMROBERTS C A P4611980
POWER SETTLING VS SETTLING WITH POWERPRESTRIDGE R F2131980
PROPELLERS: CAN YOU ALWAYS FEATHER?CAA(UK) F2191980
RECENT OBSERVATIONS OF VOLCANIC ASH IN OIL SUMP SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSISMCGOWAN F W P441980
SOAKED SCORCHED OR ALTERED LOGS AND MAINTENANCE DOCUMENTSPOSNER G E P4511980
SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR EYEWITNESS INTERVIEWINGBROWN R K PHD P4921980
SUBTLE INCAPACITATIONNTSB F2191980
SYNTHETIC TRAINING AND EVALUATIONBARTEL R C F2141980
TAIL CONTROLMCCALL MAJ N L F2201980
THE BARNOLDSWICK TRIANGLEFORD I F221980
THE LOST HORSE TECHNIQUEUSAF SAFETY JOURNAL F3161980
THE SAFETY ROLE OF REGULATORY, CORPORATE AND PERSONAL INITIATIVES IN THE 1980'SBRUGGINK G M F1261980
THE VALUE OF EYEWITNESS REPORTSIFALPA BULLETIN F2121980
THE WAGON WHEEL TRAPMCINTYRE CAPT J A F3181980
TWO VS THREE-MAN CREWALPA F321980
VISUAL APPROACH REVISITEDAVIATION SAFETY INST F3121980
WAKE TURBULENCE FROM HEAVY HELICOPTERSRIMSON I J, EDITOR F2151980
WING SURFACE ROUGHNESSBRUMBY R E F361980
WITNESS INTERVIEWINGBURK G F3101980
WRECKAGE MAPPINGMATTESON F H P4461980
A LOW-COST CONSTRAINT-BASED INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEMBARTEL R C P351979
A REVIEW OF THE UNEXPECTED IN AIRCRAFT DESIGNSPROGIS H L P3791979
A SECOND LOOK AT A FATAL ACCIDENTLEE R C P3441979
AERODYNAMIC EFFECTS OF WIND SHEAR ON LARGE AND SMALL AIRCRAFTSAUNDERS G H F191979
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SCATTERMATTESON F H F2231979
APPLICATION OF DECISION MAKING MODEL TO INVESTIGATION OF HUMAN ERROR IN ACCIDENTSCHLEEDE R L P3621979
CIVIL AIRCRAFT LIABILITY AND THE INVESTIGATORSATTERFIELD J E P3921979
COCKPIT AND VISUAL SYSTEM LIMITATIONS TO SEE AND AVOIDHARRIS J L P31111979
COMMITTED TO CRASHBLISS CAPT J H F181979
COMMUNICATION CORNERHAZLETT LC H J F1231979
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPAPADAKIS M P P3391979
ELT AND INVESTIGATOR'S ROLE IN SAFETY RESEARCHHALL D S P31411979
ELT'S: THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCEHEASLIP T W P31251979
FAULT TREE ANALYSIS: ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR'S ROLE IN SAFE DESIGNLEGGETT J F P3411979
GROUND IMPACT AND PROPELLER PITCH POSITIONHALL D S P3491979
HELICOPTER WRECKAGE ANALYSISDENNIS J T P3941979
HOW DOES THE INVESTIGATOR DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS?WOOD R H P3811979
HUMAN ERROR ANALYSES AT USAAAVSSPEZIA E F221979
INCIDENT ANALYSIS: A KEY TO ACCIDENT PREVENTIONGALIPAULT J BRIMSON I JP381979
INVESTIGATION CAN PREVENT AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSPARKER G B P3551979
LUNCHEON ADDRESS BY DR ASSAD KOTAITE PRESIDENT ICAO COUNCILKOTAITE A P3431979
MANUVERING STABILITIES' ROLE IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT CAUSATIONYOUNGBLOOD JR H E F131979
NASA CRASH TEST PROGRAMHAYDUK R J P31471979
PROS AND CONS OF PUNISHMENT FOR ACHIEVING DISCIPLINE IN AVIATIONLEDERER J F P3861979
RESEARCH INTO POST-CRASH FIRESGRAHAM L F1171979
RHODESIA - AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT REPORT NO. 19/553REPORT F2111979
TECHNIQUES TO INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE CAPABLE INVESTIGATORFERRY T S P3111979
THE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR: VIEWPOINT FROM THE PRIVATE SECTORMcWHORTER J L P3191979
THE AUSTRALIAN AIR SAFETY INCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEMHUGHES G V P321979
THE CHALLENGES OF DIGITAL FDR READ-OUT AND ANALYSISCAIGER B P3231979
THE LANDING ACCIDENTPOCIUS CAPT C F F171979
THE LIMITATIONS OF AN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR IN PREVENTING MILITARY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS: THE CANADIAN FORCES EXPERIENCECHISHOLM J R P3161979
THE NEED TO GO BEYOND CAUSE-RELATED FACTSBAILEY J R P3351979
THE PROBABLE CAUSE: A DETRIMENT TO AIR SAFETY?DAVIS T H P3371979
THE SEARCH AND RESCUE SATELLITE MISSIONREDISCH W NTRUDELL B JP31221979
THE USE OF ACCIDENT SCENARIOS IN ACCIDENT PREVENTIONBRUGGINK G M P3601979
WEATHER DETECTION USING AIRPORT SURVEILLANCE RADARHAYES D D F1131979
WIND SHEAR SYMPOSIUMNO AUTHOR F171979
AIR FORCE APPLICATION OF SIMULATORS TO ASSIST IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSBOREN J D P4441978
AIRPORT RELATED ACCIDENTS TAKE-OFF AND CLIMBNEWMAN R L F261978
AN ANALYSIS OF PILOT ERROR IN GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENTSSCHLEEDE R L P4401978
ANALYSIS OF TIRE TRACKSNO AUTHOR F3311978
ASSESSING ROLE OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSBRUGGINK G M P4341978
AUTOROTATIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON HELICOPTER ACCIDENTSSAUNDERS G H F2201978
DECISION POINTS FOR PROS IN TWIN-ENGINE PERFORMANCELOWERY J F1181978
DIFFICULTIES IN HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATIONSWOOD R H P4461978
DRUG AND ALCOHOL FINDINGS AND EFFECTS IN CIVIL AVIATION - 1978 UPDATEDILLE J R MD P4491978
FLICKER FLICKER INDUCED SEIZURESMcWILLIAMS LCDR J F251978
FLIGHT SIMULATOR USE IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONBROWN E L P4321978
HUMAN ERROR ACCIDENTS AND CHARACTER ASSURANCEBRUGGINK G M F181978
HUMAN FACTOR ASPECTS OF HELICOPTER ACCIDENTSDENNIS J T P421978
HUMAN FACTORS ASPECTS IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONKLINESTIVER L R P4371978
HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING CHALLENGED: DESIGN OF ACCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS IN DESIGNBIRT J R P4511978
HUMAN FALLIBILITY VERSUS MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHTSPRENDAL B P4241978
LESSONS FROM HISTORY "THE FIRST AVIATION ACCIDENT"POSNER G E F161978
LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR AND TURBULENCECLARK CAPT J B F3271978
NO-FAULT INSURANCEHETHERINGTON S N P4131978
PILOT-INDUCED LANDING MISHAPS WHERE VISUAL CLUES WERE A FACTORUSAF F2141978
PROGRESS IN SPIN RESEARCHNASA F2231978
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGIC FACTORS IN USAF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS 1974-1979BELK W F P4161978
SLIPPERY WHEN WETUSAF F3301978
STROBE-EFFECT-INDUCED SEIZURES IN FLIGHTHOBBS LT G F241978
SUPERVISION: THE NEGLECTED HUMAN FACTORRIMSON I J P4101978
THE ULTIMATE SAFETY DEVICENEWMAN R L F2131978
UNSYMMETRICAL RECIRCULATION EFFECTS IN HELICOPTERSLANCASTER LT E J F2181978
WHEN DAY IS DONE AND SHADOWS FALL WE MISS THE AIRPORT MOST OF ALLROSCOE S N P4271978
WHY DOESN'T AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PREVENT ACCIDENTS?PARKER G B P461978
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTKUTZLEB R E P3191977
AVIATION IN THE DIAMOND MINES OF VENEZUELAHOHN O P311977
COMPLACENCY - IT KILLS AND DATA WITHOUT TEARSMCDONALD J RBARNHART W DP3831977
COPING WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE REALM OF FLIGHT RECORDERSROBERTS C A P3281977
DEREGULATION IN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRYMURPHY R T ESQ F2101977
FAILURE ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL COMPONENTSSPERR W R P3121977
FROM SCRIBE TO DATA - OSCILLOGRAPHIC FLIGHT DATA RECORDERZIZZI J J P3451977
IFR FLIGHT IN THE MOUNTAINSMAEDER H H P P321977
INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR AIRCRAFT FIRESPHILLIPS S M P381977
LESSONS TO BE LEARNED FROM COCKPIT VOICE RECORDERSRUDICH R D P31P 261977
MANAGING THE DIFFICULT INVESTIGATIONFERRY T S P351977
PRESENTATION BY FAA ADMINISTRATORMCLUCAS DR J L F241977
SOME THOUGHTS ON AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS AND THEIR PREVENTIONFRITSCH O F261977
SUBJECTIVE AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER'S INTRODUCTION TO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONHARRISON J R P3711977
THE ACCREDITED REPRESENTATIVELAMB W L P3811977
THE COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER ITS CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONSMcWILLIAMS J WYATES A DP3241977
THE FLIGHT SIMULATOR - AN INVESTMENT TOOLTYDINGS CMDR W H F2121977
THE IMPACT OF FLY-BY-WIRE (AND OTHER COMPUTER-CONTROLLED SYSTEMS) ON AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONRIMSON I J P3611977
THE LAW, FEDERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS, AND SAFETY ARE NOT AND NEED NOT BE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVEWATROUS IPAPADAKIS M PP3671977
THE SUBJECTIVITY OF FLIGHT DATA RECORDER READOUTSHOWLETT R W P3481977
VISIBILITY STUDIES OF MID-AIR COLLISIONSDOYLE B C P3751977
A BOTCHED INVESTIGATION--ARE THERE ANY LEGAL RAMIFICATIONSPAPADAKIS M P P41341976
A NEW DENTAL IDENTIFICATION DEVICESAMIS P L P41401976
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS - COLLEAGUES OR ADVERSARIESCALDARA M/G J D P41221976
ACCURACY IN TECHNICAL WRITINGSTOKES R ELIS DR S LF161976
AIR SAFETY AND LITIGATION IN CONFLICTSTEELE E H P41271976
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND AIR SAFETY IN A SMALL COUNTRYABARBANELL CAPT O P4161976
AIRCRAFT INVESTIGTION AND THE NEWS MEDIASLATTERY, JR E E F361976
AN ACOUSTIC WIND SHEAR DETECTION SYSTEM AT DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTHARDESTY R MKEELER R J,HUNTER DP4711976
CIVIL AVIATION MEDICINE IN THE BUREAUCRACYHOLBROOK H A F1171976
CREW BEHAVIOR IN ACCIDENT CAUSATIONYANOWITCH R E F3151976
DYNAMIC LOADS: THEIR INFLUENCE ON AIRPLANE DESIGN AND SAFETYSTOREY R E P4861976
INTER-MODAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION MANAGEMENT AND TECHNIQUESFERRY T S P41531976
INVESTIGATION OF ACCIDENT IN A SMALL COUNTRY (SWITZERLAND)LIER K P481976
INVESTIGATIVE COUNTERPRESSURESLEDERER J F P41031976
INVESTIGATIVE PROCEDURESMARGWARTH J A P441976
LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR AND ITS EFFECTS ON APPROACH AND CLIMB OUTPEER CAPT A P41831976
MANAGEMENT OF A MAJOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONTAYLOR F T P41781976
MANAGEMENT OF THE INVESTIGATIONJOHNSON J A P4951976
MANAGING THE AIRPORT PHASE OF THE INVESTIGATIONSELF J C P4541976
MANAGING THE INVESTIGTION OF INFORMATION RETREIVAL FROM AIRBORNE CRASH RECORDERSHARJA A MMATTER D LP4651976
PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFICATION OF MASS DISASTER VICTIMSMCMEEKIN LTC R R P41681976
PROTECTION OF AIRLINE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS IN A DECOMPRESSIONBUSBY E; HIGGINS E A;FUNKHOUSER G E,POLLARD D WP411976
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MILITARY AIR DISPLAY ACCIDENTSMCARTHUR W JHAAKONSON N HP41581976
THE FLIGHT SIMULATOR A TOOL FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPOCOCK LTC C L F141976
THE INVESTIGATION OF GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENTSLESLIE I M F3131976
THE INVESTIGATION OF THREE ACCIDENTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF BOLIVIAFORTUN R G P4271976
THE PUBLIC'S TOTAL STAKE IN AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMILLER C O P41911976
U. S. ARMY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPHILLIPS S M F341976
A CASE FOR PREVENTIONMILLER C O F1271975
A STUDY OF RIGGINGMATTESON F H P4671975
A WIND SHEAR ACCIDENT AS EVIDENCED BY INFORMATION FROM DIGITAL FDRLAYNOR W GROBERTS C AP41641975
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS: MULTILINEAR EVENTS SEQUENCING METHODSBENNER JR L F3141975
ACCIDENT THEORY AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONBENNER L P41481975
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONHENSCHLER H H P411975
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION "SOMETHING SPECIAL"DAILY, JR CMDR H D F361975
AN ATTACK ON HUMAN FACTORS AS POSSIBLE CAUSEPRENDAL B P4961975
AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAMS IN THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTRICHARDS J T P4871975
CANADIAN CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY INVESTIGATION PROCEDURESHOWES W M P41761975
COMMUNICATION AND COORDINATION THE KEY TOWARD IMPROVED CABIN SAFETYKORELTZ J P4641975
CRASHWORTHINESS INVESTIGTION OF GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENTSSYNDER R D PH.D. F341975
DETERMINATION OF PERSON PILOTING AN AIRCRAFT PRIOR TO ACCIDENTBUERGER H P41271975
DETERMINATION OF STATE OF AIRCRAFT OR SURFACE CRAFT LIGHTS AT TIME OF IMPACTBUERGER H P41071975
DISCREDITING ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION VIA THE WRITTEN REPORTSTOKES R ELIS A SP461975
ENGINEERING LABORATORY FAILURE ANALYSIS AND ITS SAFETY IMPACT IN CANADAHEASLIP T W P4741975
FLIGHT SAFETY THROUGH AN IMPROVED TRAINING AIRPLANENEWMAN R LPALMER G MP4521975
INTRODUCTION TO THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT'S AIVATION SAFETY PROGRAMFINLEY H R P4721975
INVESTIGATION OF AN ACCIDENT IN THE ARTICCLARK A J P41441975
MANEUVERING STABILITY'S ROLE IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT CAUSATIONYOUNGLBLOOD H E P4391975
MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC ASPECTS OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONYANOWITCH R E MD P41021975
OBSERVATIONS OF SOME ASPECTS OF HELICOPTER SAFETYSAUNDERS G H P4181975
RECHERCHE ET RECUPERATION D'EPAVES IMMERGEESGUILLEVIC P P41341975
SAFETY IN THE AIRJOHNSON J A P4911975
SAFETY RESEARCH WITHIN THE CANADIAN AVIATION SAFETY BUREAUDOUGLAS D J P4851975
TEMPORARY POWER DECREASEDSPERR WPACHOWSKI FP41181975
THE ANALYSIS OF HUMAN FACTORS IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSMACNAMARA L.C. W DMCARTHUR L.C. W J,DEAN DR. P JF1221975
THE EMERGING PATTERN OF ACCIDENT PREVENTIONGREEN S J F161975
THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER AND THE NTSB'S NEW DATA REDUCTIN STATIONROBERTS C A F141975
THE FLIGHT SIMULATOR: A TOOL FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONPOCOCK C L P41551975
THE NTSB METALLURGY LABORATORYMARX M L F3161975
THE ROLE OF ANALYSIS IN THE FACT-FINDING PROCESSBRUGGINK G M F1161975
THE ROLE OF LITIGATION IN U S AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATIONDAVIS T H P4131975
A TACTICAL STALL DETERRENTGILSON R DFENTON R E,VENTOLA R WP31011974
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION INFORMATION DISSEMINATIONKELLY D R P32441974
AIR TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF WEATHER RELATED ACCIDENTSNO AUTHOR P3471974
AIRLINE INVESTIGATION OF WEATHER ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTSBECKWITH W B P3511974
AVIATION WEATHER "WHAT CAN WE DO," A QUANDRY?NO AUTHOR P3821974
AVIATION WEATHER REQUIREMENTS, POLICY STATEMENTGENAVAC P3871974
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDERS THE LAW AND THE PROFITSRUDICH R D P31111974
COMPUTER PICTURES - AN AIR SAFETY TOOLHARRIS J L F2181974
DEVELOPMENT IN INVESTIGATION PROCEDURES OVER PAST TEN YEARSGLENN H R P31631974
DISSEMINATION OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT FINDING AND DATAMcINTOSH F B P32111974
EMERGING PATTERN OF ACCIDENT PREVENTIONGREEN S J P32311974
FLIGHT DATA AND COCKPIT VOICE RECORDERSMEDAK F H F211974
GENERAL AVIATION LULLED BY ACCIDENT STATISTICSBRUNSTEIN A I F2121974
GENERAL AVIATION STALL-SPIN PROGRAMPATTON J MBOWMAN J SP3991974
HARD LANDING INDICATORINERTIA SWITCH, INC. F1201974
INVESTIGATION PROCEDURES ADOPTED OVER PAST TEN YEARSKHAN M A P31591974
INVESTIGATOR AND THE MACHINEKHAN M A F1141974
MANAGEMENT AND SAFETYDAVIS L I P31911974
RECOVERY OF AIRCRAFT FROM UNDER WATERHUNT CAPT V A M F1161974
SOURCES OF LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR AROUND AIRPORTSFICHTL G HFROST WP331974
THE CHALLENGE OF TOMORROWMCARTHUR W J F2141974
THE FLIGHT DATA RECORDER AND THE NTSB'S NEW DATA REDUCTION STATIONROBERTS C A PhD P31211974
THE SOCIETY'S ROLE IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TRAININGKIDD R M F1171974
TRAINING OBJECTIVES FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSJOHNSON J A F261974
WE CALL IT LOSS CONTROLNO AUTHOR P32011974
WEATHER ENTRAPMENT IN GENERAL AVITIONCALE R E F111974
WEATHER INVOLVEMENT IN GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENTSWYATT S V P3591974
WEATHER PANELMACY A M P3731974
WHISTLING ON THE FLIGHT DECKBRUGGINK G M F1181974
ADDITIONAL REMARKSCORNWELL G T F3151973
ALCOA SEAPROBE A NEW DIMENSION IN UNDERWATER DETECTION & RECOVERY OF AIRCRAFT WRECKAGEALUMINUM CO AMERICA F3101973
AN ACOUSTIC BACKSCATTER RADAR SYSTEM FOR TRACKING AIRCRAFT TRAILING VORTICESBALSER MMcNARY C,NAGY A EP41301973
BANQUET SPEECHPATERSON A OBE,QC P41311973
BEWARE THE WHISTLER OR COMPLACENCY STRIKES AGAINRUDICH R D F171973
BIRD STRIKES AND AIR SAFETYSOLMAN V E F P41081973
ENGINEERING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSSAUNDERS G H P4411973
EVERYTHING YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT ACCIDENT PREVENTION BUT WERE TOO BUSY TO ASKHALL D S P4221973
INVESTIGATING WITH AN IMAGINATIVE, INNOVATIVE, OPEN MINDHEASLIP T W P4841973
INVESTIGATORS AND THE MACHINEKHAN M A P4721973
LUNCHEON TALKDOYLE B/GEN M F P4361973
PROBLEMS WITHIN THE CABIN OF THE AIRCRAFTMOTT D R F331973
RADIOGRAPHY IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCERIDDER H J F381973
REQUIREMENTS AND TRAINING OBJECTIVES FOR MEDICAL OFFICER INVESTIGATORSANDERSON DR I H P4651973
SEMINAR SUMMATIONMCARTHUR MAJ B MD P41611973
THE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT LABORATORY'S ROLE IN TRAINING AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORSYOUNGBLOOD H P4771973
THE ASSOCIATION'S ROLE IN ACCIDENT PREVENTIONNASSEY CAPT R D P41181973
THE CANADIAN AVIATION SCENE, CIVILIAN AND MILITARYNO AUTHOR P491973
THE HUMAN FACTOR IN CYCLIC AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT PATTERNSDEAN P J, Ph.d P41171973
THE INVESTIGATOR AND THE MEDIAFAWCETT H P41021973
THE SAFETY CENTER UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAPARKER G B P41251973
THINGS WE DO AT NAAISNELMES E V P4321973
TRAINING OBJECTIVES FOR THE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSJOHNSON J A P4481973
TRAINING OF PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORSCLARKE R C F311973
TRAINING OF PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORS AIMS AND LIMITATIONSCLARK R C P4541973
TRANSPORTATION SAFETY INSTITUTEALLEN W P4201973
WAKE TURBULENCEJONES R C F111973
WHAT IS ART?CORNWELL G T P4801973
WHY WITNESSES REPORT AS THEY DOSTOKES R E P4601973
AIRCRAFT SEARCH & RECOVERY IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTKUTZLEB R E P4461972
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONALKOV R A PHD P41131972
FUTURE OF THE AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORSMITH CAPT J D P41031972
GENERAL AVIATION ACCIDENT PREVENTION PROGRAMCAMPBELL J W F311972
HUMAN THREATS TO AIR SAFETYNEWTON E P4931972
INSURANCESHROUT J A P4601972
ISASI DOES NOT KNOW IF THIS ISSUE EXIST -- DO YOU KNOW?SUMMER ISSUE MISSING F2 1972
ISASI DOES NOT KNOW IF THIS ISSUE EXISTS -- DO YOU KNOW?SPRING ISSUE MISSING F1 1972
NAVY UNDERWATER CRASH LOCATOR PROGRAMDAVIS P M P4311972
PSYCHOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION INVENTORYYANOWITCH R EMOHLER S R,NICHOLS E AP41091972
THE FUTURE FOR AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORSMCDONALD CAPT J R P4231972
THE STAN(R) INTEGRAL WEIGHT AND BALANCE SYSTEMHAWKINS B J P4831972
WILEY POST: HIS "WINNIE MAE" AND THE WORLDS FIRST PRESSURE SUITMOHLER S R MDJOHNSON B HF331972
A PILOTS PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & INTEGRITY FOR AVOIDING AVIATION ACCIDENTSSANDOVAL M R P41301971
ADDRESS TO MEMBERSHIPSERLING R P4851971
ADVANCED AUTOMATED VISIBILITY SIMULATIONHARRIS DR J L P4151971
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONALKOV R A PHD P4911971
COCKPIT VISIBILITY PROBLEMS & ILLUSTRATIONS OF ADVANCED AUTOMATED VISIBILITY SIMULATIONCHILDS J T P4641971
COMPROMISES WITHOUT CAUSEBRUGGINK G M F131971
EXPANDING THE USE OF PRESENT AIRCRAFT RADIO EQUIPMENT TO SAVE LIVES AND REDUCE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION COSTSMARGWARTH J P4741971
G. M. BRUGGINK - SAID NO ARTICLES TO ABSTRACTFALL ISSUE F3 1971
GESTALT, AWARENESS, AND THE IMPROVED AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORHOLMES D G P4241971
HUMAN FACTORS IN AIR SAFETYFENNER R JHALL L J WP41381971
HUMAN FACTORS STUDY IN LOS ANGELESNOGUCHI T T MDKATSUYAMA D MP4561971
HYPNOSIS IN WITNESS INTERVIEWINGMASON C D P4321971
INTERVIEW OR INTERROGATE: PSYCHOLOGICAL DYNAMICS OF ACCIDENT INVESTION INTERVIEWSBESCO DR R O P4441971
INVESTIGATION OF HUMAN FACTORS IN ARMY AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSPHILLIPS S M P4971971
ROLE OF THE SAFETY BOARD IN THE SCHEME OF THINGSREED J H CHAIRMAN F111971
SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF AN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONHARVIE E F P4801971
TANGIBLE EVIDENCE OF HUMAN FACTORS INVOLVEMENT IN FATAL GENERAL AVIATION ACC.DILLE J R MD P41181971
THE BUREAU OF AVIATION SAFETY VIEWS HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION ACCIDENT INVEST.MILLER C O P461971
THE PROBLEM IN HUMAN FACTORS IS HUMANHALL D S P411971
THE REPORTING OF HUMAN FACTORS INFORMATION IN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSDANAHER J P41121971
THE ROLE OF A STEWARDESS IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMOTT D R P41061971
THE VALIDITY OF WITNESS STATEMENTSBRUGGINK G M P4201971
VISION LOSS FROM WINDSHIELD TINTING IN A NIGHT VISUAL FLYING ACCIDENTCLARK B A J F1131971
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR AND HIS PROBLEMSYEEND F P41381970
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATOR'S ROLE PUBLIC RELATIONS AND THE PRESSTENCH W H P4561970
ACCIDENT REPORTS DEVELOPMENT, USE, COLLECTION, RECORDING, RETIRVAL & DISSEMINATIONKELLEY D P41151970
ACCIDENT REPORTS DEVELOPMENT, USE, COLLECTION, RECORDING, RETRIVAL & DISSEMINATIONWATTS R H P41111970
AEROMEDICAL RESEARCH THE NEW GENERATION OF AIRCRAFTMOHLER S R F291970
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION ORGANIZATION AND PLANNINGYEEND F P4161970
B747 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONSNORRIS E W F131970
COLOR DERIVATION OF RADIOGRAPHSLOHSE K HFASSELL W MF361970
CONDUCT OF AN INVESTIGATION - PART IPARRA DR S P4811970
CONDUCT OF AN INVESTIGATION - PART IIRUDICH R D P4981970
ICARUS MYSTERY SOLVED AT LASTCLARKE B F231970
LUNCHEON SPEAKERTHOMAS D D P4851970
NOTES REGARDING AN OUTLINE ON HUMAN FACTORS INVESTIGATION OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTSMATHENY W G F161970
ROLE OF INTERESTED PARTIES IN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONWANSBEEK G C P4291970
SPECIAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH INTERNATIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONSTENCH W H P41611970
SYSTEMS APPROACH TO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMILLER C O F331970
TYPICAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND ASSOCIATED PROBLEMSVAN EPPS G A P4621970
UNUSUAL INVESTIGATIONS AND PROGRAMSTAYLOR F P41541970
WELCOME ADDRESSWATTS R P441970
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT WRECKAGE SEARCH AND RECOVERYSHAW R H F211969
CONSTRUCTIVE CONTROVERSYLEDERER J F F221969
LOCKHEED ADVANCES STATE OF THE ART IN DEEP WATER WRECKAGE LOCATION & RECOVERYPARSONS S G F221969
MISSING 1969 SPRING ISSUE --FIND SOMEONE WHO HAS IT  F1 1969
ALPA CONTRIBUTION TO AIR SAFETYLINNERT T F131968
HARD CORE PROBLEMS ARE ON THE GROUNDBOYD A S F131968
NOTES FROM THE FLIGHT SURGEONLUEHRS R E F121968
OUR APPROACH TO AIR SAFETY - FACING FACTSSHAW R H F111968
THE SEARCH FOR SAFETY MUST BE CEASELESSHALABY N E F131968
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