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National Transportation Safety Board Collection (712 Books)


The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent U.S. Government investigative agency responsible for civil transportation accident investigation. In this role, the NTSB investigates and reports on aviation accidents and incidents, certain types of highway crashes, ship and marine accidents, pipeline incidents and railroad accidents. When requested, the NTSB will assist the military with accident investigation.[1] The NTSB is also in charge of investigating cases of hazardous waste releases that occur during transportation.

 
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Final Report Task Force on Assistance to Families of Aviation Disa...

By: Aileen Adams

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Excerpts from letters that were sent to family members by airlines prelegislation The cemetery does not permit the use of titles or nicknames only legal names are allowed and we would be grateful if you could follow that format...

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Sec. 809 Availability of Aircraft Accident Site Information

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In paragraph (16) by striking the air carrier the third place it appears; and (2) by adding at the end the following (17)(A) An assurance that in the case of an accident that results in significant damage to a man-made structure or other property on the ground that is not government owned the air carrier will promptly provide notice in writing to the extent practicable directly to the owner of the structure or other property about liability for any property dama...

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Basic Information Regarding Report: // A. Name, title, address, and telephone number of person(s) to be contacted with questions about this report...

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Basic Information Regarding Report: // A. Name, title, address, and telephone number of person(s) to be contacted with questions about this report.

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Basic Information Regarding Report: // A. Name, title, address, and telephone number of person(s) to be contacted with questions about this report.

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Definitions of Terms and Acronyms Used in this Report: // A. Agency-specific acronyms or other items NTSB - National Transportation Safety Board // B. Basic terms, expressed in common terminology // 1. FOIA/PA request ? Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act request. A FOIA request is generally a request for access to records concerning a third party, an organization, or a particular topic of interest. A Privacy Act request is a request for records concerning on...

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Basic Information Regarding Report: // A. Name, title, address, and telephone number of person(s) to be contacted with questions about this report: // Melba D. Moye - FOIA Officer // Joy White ? FOIA Specialist ...

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National Transportation Safety Board Freedom of Information Act (F...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Definitions of Terms and Acronyms Used in this Report: // A. Agency-specific acronyms or other items // NTSB - National Transportation Safety Board // CVR ? Cockpit Voice Recorder // B. Basic terms, expressed in common terminology // 1. FOIA/PA request ? Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act request. A FOIA request is generally a request for access to records concerning a third party, an organization, or a particular topic of interest. A Privacy Act request is ...

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What Do Federal Employees Say

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Federal Human Capital Survey 2004, Report of Results: Enclosed is a question-by-question summary of your department?s or agency?s response to the 2004 Federal Human Capital Survey. This summary displays results by Favorable, Neutral, Unfavorable, and in some cases where applicable, Do Not Know responses. Each item on the survey is associated with one of five response scales. As shown below, for each response scale two responses are categorized as ?Favorable?, on...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: This report presents a statistical compilation and review of air carrier accidents that occurred in 1994, and involved U.S. registered aircraft conducting operations under Title 14 CFR Parts 121 and 135. Briefly stated, Part 121 applies to air carriers, such as major airlines and cargo haulers, that fly large transport aircraft. Part 135 applies to commercial air carriers commonly referred to as commuter airlines, and to air taxis. For a complete definition...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: Jim Hall

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: This report presents a statistical compilation and review of air carrier accidents that occurred in 1995, and involved U.S. registered aircraft conducting operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 121 and 135. Briefly stated, Part 121 applies to air carriers, such as major airlines and cargo haulers, that fly large transport aircraft. Part 135 applies to commercial air carriers commonly referred to as commuter airlines and to air tax...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: James E. Hall

Government Reference Publication

Highlights: A total of 2,078 U.S. registered general aviation aircraft were involved in 2,054 accidents during calendar year 1995. Of these 2,054 accidents, 411 accidents (involving 419 aircraft) resulted in fatal injuries. This report presents a statistical review of these accidents, all involving U.S. registered aircraft that were not conducting air carrier revenue operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Parts 121 or 135. The accident data on whi...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: Jim Hall

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: This report presents a statistical compilation and review of air carrier accidents that occurred in 1996, and involved U.S. registered aircraft conducting operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 121 and 135. Briefly stated, Part 121 applies to air carriers, such as major airlines and cargo haulers, that fly large transport aircraft. Part 135 applies to commercial air carriers commonly referred to as commuter airlines and to air tax...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: James E. Hall

Government Reference Publication

Highlights: A total of 1,935 U.S. registered general aviation aircraft were involved in 1,907 accidents during calendar year 1996. Of these 1,907 accidents, 360 accidents (involving 366 aircraft) resulted in fatal injuries. This report presents a statistical review of these accidents, all involving U.S. registered aircraft that were not conducting air carrier revenue operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Parts 121 or 135. The accident data on whi...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: James E. Hall

Government Reference Publication

Highlights: A total of 1,870 U.S. registered general aviation aircraft were involved in 1,848 accidents during calendar year 1997. Of these 1,848 accidents, 351 accidents (involving 361 aircraft) resulted in fatal injuries. This report presents a statistical review of these accidents, all involving U.S. registered aircraft that were not conducting air carrier revenue operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Parts 121 or 135. The accident data on whi...

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National Transportation Safety Board Washington, D.C. 20594 Safety...

By: Marion C. Blakey

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: This report presents a statistical compilation and review of air carrier accidents that occurred in 1997 and that involved U.S.-registered aircraft conducting operations under Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 121 and 135. Briefly stated, Part 121 applies to air carriers, such as major airlines and cargo haulers, that fly large transport aircraft. Part 135 applies to commercial air carriers commonly referred to as commuter airlines and on-dem...

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Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data U. S. Air Carrier Operatio...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The 1998 Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data for U.S. Air Carrier Operations presents a statistical compilation and review of accidents that occurred in 1998 involving aircraft operated by U.S. air carriers. In addition to providing accident statistics for 1998, the review also includes general economic indicators that may influence aircraft activity for 1998 and contextual accident data from several years preceding the reporting period. Which aircraft ...

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Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data U. S. Air Carrier Operatio...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The 1999 Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data: U.S. Air Carrier Operations presents a statistical compilation and review of accidents that occurred in 1999 involving aircraft operated by U.S. air carriers. In addition to providing accident statistics for 1999, the review also includes general economic and aviation indicators that may have influenced aircraft activity for 1999 as well as contextual accident data from several years preceding the reporting ...

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Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data U. S. General Aviation, Ca...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The National Transportation Safety Board?s 1998 Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data for U.S. General Aviation presents a statistical compilation and review of general aviation accidents that occurred in 1998 involving U.S.-registered aircraft. In addition to providing accident statistics for 1998, the review also includes general economic indicators that may have influenced general aviation activity for 1998 and contextual accident data from several yea...

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Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data U. S. General Aviation, Ca...

By: National Transportation Safety Board

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The National Transportation Safety Board?s 1999 Annual Review of Aircraft Accident Data for U.S. General Aviation presents a statistical compilation and review of general aviation accidents that occurred in 1999 involving U.S.-registered aircraft. In addition to providing accident statistics for 1999, the review also includes general economic indicators that may have influenced general aviation activity for 1999 and contextual accident data from several yea...

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