Surviving the 'Heavy' Hunters
- U.S. training flights become political issue in Japan. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/6/1998, Vol. 148 Issue 14, p51
Focuses on the concerns in Japan over the United States' military training flights in the area. Mention of the US Marine Corps accident in Italy; Criticism of secrecy in the Japanese government; Complaints of Japanese commercial pilots.
- AC. // Naval Aviation News;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p45
Reports that Naval Aviation Schools Command has streamlined the naval aircrew training program that prepares graduates for flight duty each year in the United States. Inclusion of physical readiness test for potential aircrew members to the recruit manual; Use of videos to educate candidates...
- Initial Approach Fix. // Approach: The Naval Safety Center's Aviation Magazine;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p2
The article reflects on the celebration of the U.S. Naval Aviation for achieving a lowest mishap rate during the fiscal year (FY) 2010. It discusses how the organization maintained its effective safety program through training, monitoring and equipping its aircrew. Meanwhile, it notes the...
- `Cradle to grave' CRM training. Phillips, Chuck // Flying Safety;Nov94, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p6
Focuses on the relevance of long-term cockpit/crew resource management (CRM) training. Discussion of the Air Force core concepts for CRM training; Situational awareness; Group dynamics; Effective communications; Risk management/decision making; Stress awareness and management; Mission planning,...
- Human factors in the hangar. Proctor, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/21/1994, Vol. 141 Issue 21, p19
Reports on the Crew Resource Management training for maintenance teams. Emphasis of the training; Enhancement of maintenance safety, efficiency and teamwork; Human factor changes aimed at reducing maintenance errors.
- On the road again. Martin, Linda // Business & Commercial Aviation;Dec96, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p44
Describes HBACorp.'s mobile aircrew emergency simulator, FACTS-III. Design features of Facts III; Aircrew training services provided by Facts III.
- Training course tackles cockpit-cabin tensions. Scott, William B. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/22/1996, Vol. 144 Issue 4, p35
Reports that crew resource management (CRM) training, now being extended to include the entire crews of commercial and military transports, is dealing head-on with the tensions and communications problems that arise between cockpit and cabin personnel. Improvement by CRM of the coordination and...
- USA to standardize crew training. // Interavia Business & Technology;Jan95, Vol. 50 Issue 586, p29
Reports on the proposal of the United States Federal Aviation Administration to standardized crew training for all commercial air crews operating aircraft with 10 or more seats. Crew resource management (CRM) training as mandatory; Encouraging air carriers to use flight simulators.
- Heavy Training. Greeley, Jim // Airman;Mar2001, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p20
Focuses on the training program of the Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma for youngsters who want to become an air crew member. Number of students in the training course; Air crew training courses offered; Comments from Staff Sergeant Al Davis, a flight engineer instructor for the training course.