ASRS CALLBACK includes excerpts from ASRS incident reports with supporting commentary. In addition, CALLBACK may contain summaries of ASRS research studies and related aviation safety information. CALLBACK is one of the ASRS's most effective tools for improving the quality of human performance in the National Aviation System (NAS) at the grass roots level.

Monday, June 28, 2010

CALLBACK Issue 366

From NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System

Issue 366

June 2010

What Would You Have Done?

It's time for another "interactive" issue of CALLBACK! All of this month's reports involve the same type of incident – a real or apparent equipment problem that occurs in IMC or other adverse weather conditions. On the front page you will find "the first half of the story," report excerpts followed by several plausible action choices. On the back page, you will find "the rest of the story," the actions actually taken by reporters to resolve their situations. Each incident will give you a chance to draw on your aviation decision-making experience to anticipate what you would have done in the same situation.


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