Aircraft Accident Analysis: Final Reports by James M. Walters and Robert Sumwalt gives knowledgeable analyses of notable and recent aircraft accidents in lesson-stuffed case file. Culled from remaining stories issued by military and foreign investigations, in addition to further analysis and resources, this book tells the final and full tales of doomed flights that stopped the world chilly in their wake.
Technical accuracy and details, offered in layman’s language, assist to make clear major accidents from industrial, military, common aviation flights, pilot backgrounds and flight histories with chronology of occasions leading to every accident, description of aviation investigation process, insight into NTSB, navy, and overseas government findings.
This text describes resulting suggestions, requirements, and policy changes with preview summaries of accidents too recent for remaining experiences are also highlighted. It is important reference instrument and a riveting, what-went-flawed take a look at air security for everybody who flies. It presents fascinating and factual accounts of the world’s most up-to-date and compelling crashes.
This book evaluates 18 particular aircraft accidents, summarizing the investigation and findings of the various investigative our bodies charged with discovering what went wrong. The chapters talk about main carrier accidents and supply information on flight background, investigations and findings, National Transportation Safety Board suggestions, and subsequent trade action.
Aircraft Accident Analysis: Final Reports [Paperback]
James M. Walters and Robert Sumwalt
McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (January 26, 2000)