Mon, Nov 27, 2006
National Transportation Safety Board
Chairman Mark V. Rosenker announced Monday that he has named John
Clark, formerly Director of Aviation Safety, as the agency's Chief
Scientist for Aeronautical Engineering. Tom Haueter, Deputy
Director of Aviation Safety (AS), has been named Acting Director of
"I've asked John to take on these new duties to increase our
focus on technical oversight of our work," Chairman Rosenker said.
"I look forward to continuing to work with him closely in the
future, and am happy that someone of Tom Haueter's abilities is
available to fill John's old position."
Clark joined the Board in 1981 as an aeronautical engineer and
served in several investigative capacities. He has served as
Director of Aviation Safety for the last 6 years.
Haueter came to the Board in 1983 and has served as a structures
investigator, an Investigator-in-Charge, as head of the major
investigations division and as Deputy Director of AS for 6
The appointments are effective immediately.
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