Running in paradise

Martin, Lt. Daniel P.
March 1999
Approach: The Naval Safety Center's Aviation Magazine;Mar1999, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p20
Highlights the hazard of flight-deck jogging. Weather conditions' impact on the flight deck; Common accidents involving on-deck runners; Observed protocols among flight deck runners.


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