Tue, Jul 05, 2011
President Obama Will Ask The Current Chair To Stay On For
Another Two-Year Term
President Obama will nominate Deborah A.P. Hersman
(pictured) for another term at the NTSB, the White House said
last week. Hersman has been with the board since 2004.
Since joining the board, Hersman has worked 19 accident sites.
While she said she would not campaign for the job, she told The
Hill that she had hoped to be re-nominated.
"I feel privileged to lead a great agency with a great mission,"
she told the paper. Her nomination must be confirmed by the U.S.
Could The FAA Get ANY Stranger? Worse Yet... Will They? ANN RealTime News Update, 0001ET, 05.23.13: The FAA has twice promised ANN a statement this day in order to understand some >[...]
Building A New Future For The EAA... One Issue At A Time Originally WebCast 11.14.12: With only a couple of weeks in pocket, directing the reorganization of the EAA in the wake of >[...]
Subcommittee Chair Call Mars Mission A Congressional Priority The House Science Committee Subcommittee on Space held a hearing Tuesday to examine possible options for the next step>[...]
Third Such Restructuring In 10 Years Dassault Falcon has embarked on its third parts pricing overhaul in the past 10 years, assessing the cost of over 18,500 individual items. The >[...]
Chandelle Chandelle is meant to be a forum for original essays, reviews, photographs, and artwork related, however loosely, to the less familiar aspects of the history of aviation.>[...]