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  Redefining Aviation Support Concepts
In order to meet aviation support requirements, the concept for aviation support in WWII made use of supply echelons, a flexible organization, and the ability to be mobile and task organize as required.
As the face of aviation changed during the 1950's, 60's, and into the 80's, the planners for aviation support had to constantly reevaluate and refine the concept for aviation support.
Aviation squadrons operating from forward, land-based airfields and off of escort carriers (CVEs) supported the Marine war effort against the Japanese from Guadalcanal and Wake Island all the way to its climax at Okinawa.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1990/NPL.htm   (3260 words)

 521-A-1990 -- Domestic service - Aviation Batiscan Inc.
Aviation Batiscan Inc. (hereinafter the applicant) has applied to the National Transportation Agency for a licence to operate the service set out in the title.
Notice of the application was published on May 30, 1990 in the newspapers of the area concerned and was posted at the post office of Lac Sept-Îles, St-Raymond.
The applicant was also requested by the Agency's letter dated August 29, 1990 to file Section II of its application within one year from the date of the letter.
www.cta-otc.gc.ca /rulings-decisions/decisions/1990/A/521-A-1990_e.html   (684 words)

 Brigade History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In October 1970, the 101st Airborne Division was presented the Outstanding Aviation Unit of the Year Award for 1969-1970 at the Army Aviation Association of America Convention in Washington, D.C. In 1972, the 101st Aviation Group returned to Fort Campbell, Kentucky with the other units of the 101st.
The Aviation Group and the Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne Division proved to the world that Army Aviation and the Air Assault concept were indeed up to the challenges faced on the modern battlefield.
The Aviation Brigade deployed its units throughout the United Sates, from the deserts of the National Training Center to the flood ravaged valleys of the Appalachians.
www.campbell.army.mil /101avnbde/history.htm   (628 words)

 1990 - Lennuliiklusteeninduse AS
Consultations on organisational and conceptual issues in the aviation sector between the representatives of the three Baltic Republics and the USSR Ministry of Civil Aviation were held in Minsk.
The monopoly right in civil aviation belonged to the USSR Ministry of Civil Aviation ("Aeroflot"), the local body of which was represented by Estonian Branch of Civil Aviation.
During the last months of 1990 a large number of different aviation clubs, co-operatives, small enterprises and stock companies were founded.
www.eans.ee /4767   (447 words)

 Texas Aviation Lawyers.com
An experienced aviation attorney is essential in identifying all possible claims and defendants.
The Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA") is the element of the U.S. government with primary responsibility for the safety of civil aviation.
Though the FBI is consulted in many aviation disasters, they take over jurisdiction only in rare cases where criminal acts form the reason for the accident.
www.texasaviationlawyers.com /faqs.cfm   (943 words)

 NIOSH Topic: Traumatic Occupational Injuries: Commercial Aviation in Alaska | CDC/NIOSH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Between 1990-2005, aviation crashes in Alaska caused 136 occupational pilot deaths (does not include military), an average of 9 pilot fatalities per year.
This is equivalent to a 30-year career fatality risk of 9.3% for commercial pilots in Alaska compared to a 30-year career fatality risk of 2.1% for pilots overall in the U.S. This translates to more than a 4-fold increased risk of fatality while working over a 30-year career in Alaska.
NTSB determined that pilot error was a cause in 53 (77%) of the fatal occupational aviation crashes in Alaska.
www.cdc.gov /niosh/injury/traumaaviation.html   (1661 words)

 Untitled Document
Jet Aviation has completed about a fourth of the worldwide BBJ fleet and also handles larger Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including the A320, 757 and 767.
Basel, Switzerland is where Jet Aviation does its big business jet completions, and in Zurich the firm has just added two Citation Bravos to its Private Fleet charter program, one entering service this month and another due in early 2001.
Jet Aviation is building a major new office building in Basel to be finished late next year.
www.aviationnow.com /shownews/00nbaa2/topsto15.htm   (1301 words)

 CAS: Certified Aviation Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mark has 20 years of experience owning aerospace and aviation companies and currently Aero-mark is comprised of CAS, AIRINC and Aero-Mark Aviation.
In 1990, Certified Aviation Services (CAS) was founded at Santa Ana — John Wayne Airport to provide third party line maintenance for commercial airlines.
Certified Aviation Services possesses one of the most comprehensive FAA repair station licenses in the industry and is certified by the FAA to service most commercial aircraft and general aviation.
www.certifiedaviation.com /company.html   (152 words)

 Red Star Aviation Museum
Red Star Aviation started about 1990, when a few local friends who flew a mixed bag of Yaks, Zlins, Buckers, Broussards, AN-2's, and other strange European airplanes decided to have T-Shirts made with "Red Star Aviation" printed on them in order to be a "Display Group" at airshows.
Red Star Aviation was already well established, and had gained a lot of operational expertise especially regarding FAA issues, so it was natural that many operators began to turn to our organization for assistance in dealing with the FAA.
It is due to these realizations that we have studied aviation mishaps in general, and Warbird mishaps in particular, and have attempted to quantify the parallels between various mishaps, to attempt to determine common threads that once recognized, can be broken before a mishap occurs.
www.redstaraviation.org /history.htm   (2766 words)

 NBAA Releases 1990 Business Aviation Fact Book
Included in the four sections of the Fact Book is a description of NBAA and its role in business aviation, member company statistical information and general aviation statistics such as aircraft utilization rates, flight hours and total nautical miles flown.
Current aviation trends, accident rates and comparisons of all kinds are described and depicted in graphs for quick reference.
This tear-out card is meant to be a handy pocket reference for business aviation statistics, including important operational phone numbers.
web.nbaa.org /public/news/pr/1990/19900716-016.php   (139 words)

 Work-related aviation fatalities - Alaska, 1990-1994 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report - Find Articles
To characterize occupational aviation fatalities in Alaska, CDC analyzed all fatal occupational aviation crashes in Alaska during 1990-1994 (the most recent year for which complete data were available) and compared findings with overall patterns for the United States.
For this analysis, an aircraft crash was defined as an incident in Alaska in which an aircraft in motion sustained substantial damage or an incident that resulted in injury or death to an aircraft occupant.
Denominator data for rates were based on 1990 U.S. Bureau of the Census and Alaska Department of Labor estimates.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0906/is_n22_v46/ai_19559542   (784 words)

 Apex Aviation Corporation - Arnold Peterson Profile
Arnold's aviation career as a maintenance technician began in 1976 when he earned a degree in Aeronautics Technology from Sacramento City College.
He achieved his Inspection Authorization Certificate in 1981, and was part owner of a Concord-based general aviation FBO in 1983.
He purchased Concord Aviation, Inc. and facilities (40,000 sq feet of hangar and office space and a 20,000 gallon jet fueling facility) in 1994.
www.apexjets.com /petersonbio.html   (198 words)

 Flight Safety Foundation Aviation Mechanics Bulletin 1990   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Passive detectors of sounds outside of the human hearing range can provide the aviation technician with another means of locating “mystery” leaks and noises.
Cooperative education is well-accepted in other fields and could be a tremendous benefit to the aviation community.
The aviation community can help promote the development of such new concepts and innovative methods of providing meaningful and useful training for tomorrow’s technicians, and can help ensure that any new regulation provide for such options.
www.flightsafety.org /pubs/amb_1990.html   (573 words)

 1992 in aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Australian Airlines ceases to exist as a separate airline until 2002, when it re-emerges as a low-cost airline flying to destinations in South-East Asia.
NASA initiates the Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiments (AGATE) program to develope technology to help revitalize the slumping general aviation industry.
January 11 - the US FAA approves a helicopter rating for a pilot based solely on flight simulator performance for the first time.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1992_in_aviation   (450 words)

 Aviation Unlimited is Canada’s exclusive New Piper Aircraft Distributor.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Aviation Unlimited (AU) is Canada's exclusive distributor for New Piper Aircraft and Mooney Airplane Company.
Founded in 1983, Aviation Unlimited has a rich history as one of Canada's longest continuously operating general aviation companies.
In addition to the Aircraft Sales Division, the company is one of the nation's largest suppliers of parts, provides corporate maintenance and repair service for piston, turboprop and jet aircraft, and offers aircraft and crew management, ferry services, and financing.
www.aviationunlimited.com   (118 words)

 Work-Related Aviation Fatalities -- Alaska, 1990-1994
NTSB determined that pilot error (defined as aircrew action or inaction that became a contributing cause or factor in the crash) was a cause in 53 (77%) of the fatal occupational aviation crashes in Alaska.
Editorial Note: When compared with risks for all U.S. workers, occupational aviation fatalities among workers in Alaska accounted for a disproportionate number of occupational fatalities in that state: workers in Alaska were 27 times more likely to be killed in an aircraft than were all U.S. workers.
This analysis produced a descriptive characterization of the epidemiology of occupational aviation fatalities in Alaska.
www.cdc.gov /mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00047831.htm   (1505 words)

 Blatti Aviation
Since 1990, Blatti Aviation, Inc. has been serving North America as a professional air charter and aircraft management company.
Blatti Aviation specializes in multi-engine piston and turbine aircraft charter.
Blatti Aviation also offers professional aircraft leasing and management services to interested parties.
www.blattiaviation.com   (265 words)

 Bambooweb: 1990
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Founded in 1840 as The Port Phillip Herald, it is merged with its morning tabloid sister paper The Sun News-Pictorial and the first issue of the new Herald Sun, described by owner Rupert Murdoch as "The world's first 24-hour newspaper", with morning and afternoon editions, is published on the 8th.
For a brief while in early 1990, Romania had a civil war in the aftermath of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, the opposition was for Nicolae Ceausescu and the
www.bambooweb.com /articles/1/9/1990.html   (2171 words)

 Women in Aviation, International
During the last two decades, the number of women involved in the aviation industry has steadily increased and women can be found in nearly every aviation occupation today.
At the first Annual International Women in Aviation Conference in 1990, participants recognized the need for more women in the industry and for a support group to serve as mentors, advisors and interested colleagues.
Women and men from all segments of the industry, including general, corporate and commercial aviation, education, government and the military, are eligible for WAI membership.
www.wai.org /resources/facts.cfm   (385 words)

 Aviation Safety
Aviation Safety: Progress on FAA Safety Indicators Program Slow and Challenges Remain.
Aviation Weather Surveillance Systems: Advanced Radar and Surface Sensors for Flight Safety and Air Traffic Management.
A Review of the Aviation Safety Reporting System: A Report By a Study Team of The National Academy of Public Administration for the Federal Aviation Administration.
www.hq.nasa.gov /office/hqlibrary/pathfinders/avsftybk.htm   (565 words)

 Elliott Aviation - Newsreleases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jay joined Elliott Aviation in 1989 as Director of Customer Service and was named Vice President and General Manager at DSM in 1991.
He is a licensed pilot with more than 7,000 hours of experience, and has over 30 years experience in general aviation.
Elliott Aviation is a full-service business aviation center offering unique and technically innovative aviation products and services.
www.elliottaviation.com /inside/newsreleases/nrhom108.asp   (425 words)

 RESIDCO Aviation Traffic Reports
The RESIDCO Global Aviation Annual Traffic Index provides a visual representation of the percent change in volume of Annual Global Aviation Traffic since the base year of 1990.
The RESIDCO Global Aviation Annual Traffic Index provides a visual representation of the percent change in volume of Annual Global Aviation Traffic from the previous year.
Using 1990 as a base year, RESIDCO uniquely tracks global avaition traffic as a composite of passenger and freight loads.
www.residco.com /AvTraff.html   (205 words)

 Tomlinson Aviation, Inc. News
Founded in 1990, Tomlinson Aviation, Inc. based in Ormond Beach, Florida is a leader in the helicopter industry.
Neal Tomlinson, President of Tomlinson Aviation, Inc. was honored yesterday by proclamation from the mayor of Ormond Beach for a volunteer aerial observation program using Tomlinson Aviation’s fleet helicopters.
Tomlinson Aviation, Inc. would like to thank the Volusia County Sheriffs Office for putting their helicopter on display for the boy scouts.
www.tomlinsonaviation.com /NEWS.htm   (1714 words)

 MDC | School of Aviation ::: Collegiate Training Initiative
Eig-Watson School of Aviation students are trained on state of the art training devices for Air Traffic Control.
In 1990, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) established the Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) program for employment of Air Traffic Controllers.
When it has been determined that ATCS vacancies can be filled from the AT-CTI database, a region contacts the Aviation Careers Division for a list of eligible graduates for that geographic location.
www.mdc.edu /homestead/aviation/cti.asp   (566 words)

 U.S. Government Bookstore: Browse by Subject: Aviation
Also intended to furnish the flight crew with information on loading and operating the aircraft to ensure its weight is within the allowable limits and the center of gravity is within the allowable range.
Examines the institutional origins of modern Army Aviation by recounting the experiences of the men who flew observed fire missions, or Air Observations Posts (AOP) in light aircraft for the Field Artillery during World War 2.
Contains the Federal Aviation Administration forecasts of aviation activity at FAA facilities for fiscal years 2003-2014.
bookstore.gpo.gov /subjects/sb-018.jsp   (4939 words)

 HHC, Aviation BDE
Some information is available, but we need quite a bit of input from Combat Aviation (4th) Brigade Desert Storm veterans to make this a better site.
The point-of-contact for the " Combat Aviation Brigade in Desert Storm" section of the Association of 3AD Veterans website is Dave White (2-227 Aviation, 1990-92).
We are in need of help so that Aviation Brigade is honored as it should be with timely updates.
www.3ad.org /ds_cab   (251 words)

 NBAA 1990 Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
NBAA Chairman of the Board Reports on the State of the Association
Ringing Endorsement By NBAA For Senator Ford's Airport Capacity Act of 1990
Aviation Student Seminar To Be Held At NBAA Convention
web.nbaa.org /public/news/pr/?1990   (241 words)

 456-A-1990 -- Suspension - Transma Aviation Inc.
APPLICATION by Transma Aviation Inc. for suspension of Licence Nos.
Transma Aviation Inc. (hereinafter the Licensee) has applied to the National Transportation Agency for the suspension set out in the title.
The application was received on August 7, 1990.
www.cta-otc.gc.ca /rulings-decisions/decisions/1990/A/456-A-1990_e.html   (178 words)

 SIUC Aviation - Alumni Guestbook
The Aviation Technology curriculum and instructors taught me many things I have used over the past 20+ years.
Comments: Job prospects for aviation are looking up, especially here in Houston with it being the HQ for Continental Airlines.
Comments: Just wanted to say hi to all in the SIUC aviation community, and to see if I could find any of the guys I went to school with and see what they are up to.
www.aviation.siu.edu /guestbook   (1928 words)

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