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Crew / Cockpit Resource Management, (CRM) A Guide for Professional Pilots By Rexford Penn & Craig Randall
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Crew Resource Management (CRM) a guide for professional pilots, is intended to be a refresher course in the latest techniques of CRM. It is intended for Professional aircrew,corporate pilots, but can... More > benefit anyone.< Less
Crew / Cockpit Resource Management, (CRM) A Guide for Professional Pilots By Craig Randall & Rexford Penn
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Crew Resource Management (CRM) a guide for professional pilots, is intended to be a refresher course in the latest techniques of CRM. It is intended for professional aircrew, especially corporate... More > pilots, but can benefit all pilots. Updated to meet FAA, EASA, and ICAO requirements including recent FAA Part 135 crew training, and single pilot training for CRM.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Suicide! - The Crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 By Dirk Barreveld
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On Tuesday 24 March 2015, the Airbus A320-211 registered D-AIPX operated by Germanwings took off from Barcelona, Spain, at 09:00 with destination Düsseldorf, Germany. At 09:41, the aircraft... More > crashed into the mountains northeast of Marseille. The investigation into the causes of the crash revealed that the co-pilot, at a moment when he was alone in the cockpit, had deliberately flown the plane into the mountains killing all 150 persons on board. The investigation revealed also that the co-pilot was under medical treatment for depressions by several health care providers. Neither of those providers informed any aviation authority, nor any other authority about the co-pilot’s mental state. No action could have been taken by the authorities and/or his employer to prevent him from flying on the day of the accident, because they were not informed about the co-pilot’s mental state of mind.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS-SUICIDE-The Crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 By Dirk Barreveld, editor
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On Tuesday 24 March 2015, the Airbus A320-211 registered D-AIPX operated by Germanwings took off from Barcelona, Spain, at 09:00 with destination Düsseldorf, Germany. At 09:41, the aircraft... More > crashed into the mountains northeast of Marseille. The investigation into the causes of the crash revealed that the co-pilot, at a moment when he was alone in the cockpit, had deliberately flown the plane into the mountains killing all 150 persons on board. The investigation revealed also that the co-pilot was under medical treatment for depressions by several health care providers. Neither of those providers informed any aviation authority, nor any other authority about the co-pilot’s mental state. No action could have been taken by the authorities and/or his employer to prevent him from flying on the day of the accident, because they were not informed about the co-pilot’s mental state of mind.< Less

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