Air Force SE Maj Gen Rauch Talks About Who We Are and How We Do Business
By MS. RITA HESS, Staff Writer
To accomplish its mission, the Safety Center responsibilities include promoting mishap prevention programs and policy; overseeing mishap investigations; developing safety and risk management education; and maintaining the mishap database ...
Sharing Flight Safety Information with Junior Maintainers
By MR. LALO MAYNES,
HQ AMC Flight Safety
As a safety professional in the Air Force, one of the biggest challenges I’ve had is ensuring our Airmen “wrench-turners” receive current and accurate safety mishap information. The information in most aviation mishap reports is privileged safety information (PSI) and ...
You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!
By MSGT KEVIN CRUZ, AMC OPS RAMS
As Air Mobility Command professionals, we prepare as best we can for upcoming missions, though we never really know what to expect while on the road. We pump our schedulers for information, study regulations, and “chair fly” our missions. We might even read ASAP reports related to our Mission Design Series to see what lessons we can learn from other crews who have experience at the same ...
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