Episode 74 – Alarming Passenger Behavior Threatens Flight Safety

Todd Curtis of airsafe.com joins John and Greg for a look at…
Elwood Driver of NTSB shows the nut and bolt that broke on American Airlines Flight 191, causing the engine to fall from the DC-10, May 27, 1979. Driver was holding a press conference at the Sheraton O'Hare Hotel, showing a fatigue fracture of the pylon bolt. (Don Casper/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Episode 73 – Accident 42 Years Ago Has Safety Lessons Today

Airports are humming again with COVID restrictions being lifted.…
John Goglia serves as a guest lecturer at University of Nebraska circa 2000.

Episode 72 – Attracting Under-Served Communities to Aviation Careers

Rebecca Lutte from University of Nebraska and Cassandra Bosco…
Charlie Taylor and Wilbur Wright attach a canoe onto a new Flyer at Governor's Island New York, October 1909, by George Grantham Bain Collection - Library of Congress Catalog

Episode 71 – Tribute to Charles Taylor the Father of Aircraft Maintenance

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students get real about their school and their education. Hear how COVID and online learning impacted them. Be prepared to be wowed by their passion for aviation!

Episode 70 – Students Speak Out About ERAU Experience

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students get real about…
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Episode 69 – ERAU Students Leading Safety Research

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