Number 8648
Subject Federal Government
Source Cleveland Plain Dealer
Year 1992
Publication Date
Summary Plain Dealer (Cleveland) conducts a computer analysis of FAA records and its licensing system and finds it a regular practice by pilots and mechanics to lie about their work experience and credentials on FAA licenses in order to get jobs, leaving the safety of millions of air travelers at risk, Feb. 16 - 17, 1992.
Keywords CAJ Federal aviation administration
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