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Our episodes provide the audio from a wide variety of archived LIVEVideo Aviation Safety Broadcasts. FAA WINGS continuing education credits are available for all programs. Some programs qualify for AMT credits. See podcast details or notes for links to more information.
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This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/March-April2021.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. This issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the many facets of airport surface safety.Feature articles and departments provide a “road map” to the various tools, resources, and strategies airmen can use to steer clear of risk during the ramp-to-runway segment of their journey. We look at some technology advances, both inside and outside the cockpit, that are proving effective in the battle against runway incursions and surface safety events.We also take a behind-the-scenes look at the FAA’s surface safety stewards, the men and women who manage the agency’s Runway Safety Program and who regularly depend on your feedback. Links to the Airport Crossword Puzzle and Airport Signs & Markings noted in the print copy -Airport Crossword - http://bit.ly/AirportCrosswordAirport Signs & Markings - http://bit.ly/AirportMarks
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/January-February2021.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. This issue takes a unique look at the “challenge and response” environment that is prevalent within the aviation community. Feature articles and departments provide a variety of tools and resources that can help you rise to the challenge, whether it’s shaking off rust from inactivity, pursuing new aeronautical goals, or leveraging technology to stay at the top of your game. We also look at the important role of SOPs in our operations and the many benefits flying clubs offer to aviators.
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/November-December2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. The November - December 2020 issue of the FAA Safety Briefing Magazine focuses on mitigating one of the leading causes of general aviation accidents – controlled flight into terrain, or CFIT. Feature articles and departments explore the many CFIT-related resources and technological tools available to pilots, as well as numerous strategies, tips, and best practices that can help keep CFIT at bay.
This is the audio version of the GAA 2020 National Awards Video Broadcast.  The original LiveVideo can be accessed at https://www.gaa-live.com/2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.During this program you learn about the General Aviation Awards Program, meet the 2019 National Award Honorees, and hear about their Top Safety Tips!In conjunction with the FAA and Aviation Industry Members, each year the General Aviation Awards Committee identifies honorees at the Local, Regional, and National levels. The National Honorees receive an expenses paid trip to EAA's AirVenture where they receive awards, prizes and recognition during the Awards Presentation at the FAA Safety Center and during an Awards LuncheonIndustry Sponsors make this possible though generous donations to the GAA, and gifts to the Honorees.
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/September-October2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.  The SepOct 2020 issue focuses on the integral role of data in the aviation industry. Feature articles and departments explore the many ways data is collected, analyzed, and shared to make better and more informed safety-related decisions. We’ll also look at some of the FAA’s collaborative processes and tools that are helping to improve safety and efficiency in the National Airspace System.
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/July-August2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. The July / August 2020 issue focuses on the importance of human factors in aviation. Feature articles and departments address stress, fatigue, decision making, cognitive bias, and more. We also take a closer look at the humans behind the FAA’s Human Factors team to see how their work is helping improve aviation safety. 
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/May-June2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. The May/June 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the importance of proper communication in aviation and its critical role in furthering safety. Feature articles include a refresher on the basics of good “aviation” grammar, how to use correct phraseology to avoid confusion or misunderstandings, and how to best leverage the technology and equipment at your disposal to maximize communication efficiency and accuracy.
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/March-April2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits. The MarApr 2020 issue focuses the variety of tools and technology aviators can use to avoid and/or safely mitigate what we’ve dubbed as UMC, or Unfriendly Meteorological Conditions. Feature articles cover some of the FAA’s weather research work and programs, including more effective ways to convey cockpit weather imagery, icing avoidance, and the use of weather cameras. We also sit down with the new FAA Administrator, Steve Dickson, to discuss his take on general aviation safety.NOTE: While many of the ideas covered in the quiz are included in the presentation, to complete this course you may need to download a copy of the magazine from: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2020/media/MarApr2020.pdf
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/January-February2020.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.  The January/February 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on how to better “Know Your Aircraft.” Articles cover each  section of an aircraft, highlighting the many design, performance and structural variations you’ll likely see and how they affect your flyingNOTE: While many of the ideas covered in the WINGS quiz are included in the presentation, you may need to download a copy of the magazine from: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2020/media/JanFeb2020.pdf to complete this course for WINGS / AMT Credits
This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.faasafetybreifing.com/July-August2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.  The July/August 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the aviation safety culture.  Feature articles explore what a sound safety culture is and offer ways you can integrate those principles into your everyday flying and airman duties.NOTE: While many of the ideas covered in the WINGS quiz are included in the presentation, you may need to download a copy of the magazine from: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2019/media/JulAug2019.pdf to complete this course for WINGS / AMT Credits
This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original broadcast (that qualifies for FAA WINGS and / or AMT Credits) can be accessed at    https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/November-December2019.htmlThe November/December 2019 issue focuses on the concept of resource management and error mitigation techniques in the aviation environment. Feature articles focus on threat and error management and highlight the importance of sound crew and single pilot resource management. We’ll also look at ways flight data monitoring can help you steer clear of errors and learn from your mistakes. 
This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018.  The video presentation can be access here to view and earn FAA WINGS credit too.  https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/Mastery2018About this PresentationMost aviation training and evaluation is done to minimum standards. Safety, performance and efficiency are greatly enhanced when you go beyond the bare minimums of proficiency and strive for mastery of the aircraft and the environment in which you fly. There are specific techniques—not often taught in the rush of certificate and ratings training—that will significantly improve your flying performance and help you pursue mastery of flight.Topics we cover include:Why mastery is such an important goalKeys to mastery and command of your aircraftExercises to hone your expertise in normal, day-to-day flyingThe Rule of 10s for extreme precision during instrument approachesSimplifying emergency procedures for the most important things you need to doHow to develop a personalize plan of continuing mastery education PresenterThomas P. Turner is president of Mastery Flight Training, Inc., and the Executive Director of the American Bonanza Society Air Safety Foundation. An ATP with CFI, CFII and MEI, he holds a Masters Degree in Aviation Safety, was the 2008 FAA Central Region CFI of the Year and the 2010 National FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year. In 2015 Tom was inducted into the Flight Instructor Hall of Fame.  Mastery Flight Training, Inc.Since 1994, Tom’s Mastery Flight Training has delivered personalized, type-specific flight and ground instruction, as well as thousands of articles, podcasts and webinars on aviation technique and safety. MFT’s signature FLYING LESSONS Weeklyblog is read by thousands around the world each week, and is free at www.mastery-flight-training.com. American Bonanza SocietyThe American Bonanza Society serves Beechcraft enthusiasts by sharing valuable safety, technical and educational resources, and by promoting interaction among and advocacy on behalf of its members.ABS is the premier association for Bonanza, Baron, Debonair, and Travel Air enthusiasts, with 9,600+ members who own, fly, or have a sincere interest in these Beechcraft models.Learn more at www.bonanza.org
This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast (that qualifies for FAA WINGS and / or AMT Credits) can be accessed at    https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/September-October2019.htmlThe September - October 2019 issue focuses on emergencies in aviation and how we react to them. Feature articles focus on the kind of events that can cause an emergency in flight and how we might prevent and react to them. These topics include engine failures, the startle effect, smoke and fire, and balloons and power lines.
This is the audio version of the American Bonanza Society Video Broadcast "Do Not Fear Your Engine"  presented by Thomas P. Turner.  The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.absweb.org/1.html  and qualifies for FAA WINGS Credit.Engine management and mixture control are common topics of conversation among Beech pilots. Faced with a universe of data and opinions, many pilots are uncertain precisely what to. That leads to concern or even fear of their engine. You don’t have to live in fear of your engine. If you understand the basics of engine management, and realize that engine control isn’t as critical and all-consuming as some might say, you’ll replace your fear with confidence, and be able to focus on the total picture of flying your Beechcraft.Thomas P. Turner is an ATP and Flight Instructor with CFII and MEI ratings. A NAFI Flight Instructor Hall of Fame inductee, Tom has over 4,600 hours with 2,600 dual given, specializing in type-specific transition and recurrent training in high performance singles and light twins. He is the 2010 National FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year and the 2008 FAA Central Region CFI of the Year, and holds a Master’s Degree in Aviation Safety. Tom directs the education and safety arm of a 9,000-member pilots’ organization and publishes the free FLYING LESSONS Weekly blog at www.mastery-flight-training.com. Tom writes, lectures and instructs extensively from his home at THE AIR CAPITAL--Wichita, Kansas.
This is the audio version of the GAA 2019 National Awards Video Broadcast.  The original LiveVideo can be accessed at https://www.gaa-live.com/2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.During this program you learn about the General Aviation Awards Program, meet the 2019 National Award Honorees, and hear about their Top Safety Tips!In conjunction with the FAA and Aviation Industry Members, each year the General Aviation Awards Committee identifies honorees at the Local, Regional, and National levels. The National Honorees receive an expenses paid trip to EAA's AirVenture where they receive awards, prizes and recognition during the Awards Presentation at the FAA Safety Center and during an Awards LuncheonIndustry Sponsors make this possible though generous donations to the GAA, and gifts to the Honorees.
This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018.  The full video presentation can be access here and earn FAA WINGS credit too: https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/UND2018A 70 minute presentation filmed before an audience on 25 July 2018 during EAA AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Includes a brief overview of law enforcement use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) and then focuses on a comprehensive explanation of 14 CFR Part 107: “The Small UAS Rule”.Alan Frazier is an associate professor within the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. Courses taught include: Public Safety Aviation; Helicopter Aerodynamics; General Aviation Management and Operations; Instrument Regulations and Procedures; and Advanced Helicopter Operations. He also serves as a flight instructor and stage check pilot providing instruction in airplanes (land and sea) and helicopters. He has accumulated over 8400 hours of pilot-in-command flight time with over 4600 hours as a flight instructor. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and is rated to fly airplanes (single and multiengine), helicopters, gliders and small unmanned aircraft.Professor Frazier was selected as the 2016 recipient of the Airborne Law Enforcement Association’s UAS Award. The UAS Unit Frazier supervises received the International Association of Chiefs of Police 2016 Excellence in Police Aviation Award.
This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018.  The full video presentation can be access here and earn FAA WINGS credit too : https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/DitchingSurvival2018How do you plan your flight so you won’t have to ditch? And how do you stay alive and get rescued if you do? Topics covered will include:• Planning To Prevent Trouble – Preventative SAR (Search And Rescue)• What To Do If Things Go Very Wrong – Ditching Technique• How To Call For Help – Signaling• How To Stay Alive Until Help Comes – Water Survival• Stuff To Use To Help Stay Alive – Equipment• Why You May Need A New ELT – Is anyone listening to your old one?• Make the Switch to 406 – Your best chance of being located when you are in trouble.This is important information for all pilots who fly over water.Commodore Robert Shafer is the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Assistant National Commodore for Recreational Boating Safety (RBS). His responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of the USCG AUX RBS programs. Earlier national positions include Assistant National Commodore for Response and Prevention, Director of Response and Chief of Aviation. COMO Shafer holds a commercial pilot certificate, with ratings for instruments, single and multi-engine airplanes and helicopters. He is aflight instructor and FAASTeam Representative. He has been trained and certified in aircraft ditching, underwater egress and survival. He and his wife, Susan, (also a pilot), are the proud owners of two airplanes and a helicopter.
This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018.  The full video presentation can be access here: https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/WTIC2018The Weather Technology in the Cockpit (WTIC) program is an FAA NextGen weather research program that researches how weather is presented to pilots and what information is insufficient or missing, and potential means to deliver enhanced weather information, presentations and technology for the cockpit. WTIC research develops, verifies, and validates Minimum Weather Service (MinWxSvc) recommendations for FAR Parts 91 (general aviation), 121 (commercial), and 135 (business) operations to address weather information presentation shortfalls in order to enhance pilot weather decision-making in advance of encountering adverse weather conditions.The WTIC program researches ways to improve:• cockpit weather information• pilot understanding and interpretation of cockpit weather information and technologies• weather information training• operational inefficiencies and safety risks associated with these gaps and shortfalls in cockpit weather information
 This is the audio version of an FAA Safety Center - Presentation.The full video broadcast can be accessed at https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/FerryPilot2018 and qualifies for FAA WINGS Credits.  As an international ferry pilot flying limited range and often VFR airplanes, performance planning and decision making are critical to a safe flight. This seminar will discuss advanced weather, performance planning, and decision making involved with long cross country flights. This seminar will provide a guide to successfully be able to use your small aircraft to travel longer distances no matter the type.Sarah Rovner is currently an FAA Safety Team Lead Representative, NAFI Master Instructor, and flies the 757/767 for a major Part 121 airline. Since changing careers after years as a senior network engineer for the oil & gas industry, Sarah has obtained her ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI and has flown about 5000 hours. As the owner of an international ferry pilot company, FullThrottle Aviation LLC, Sarah has flown over 115 different types of general aviation airplanes in 15 different countries including oceanic crossings in small aircraft. She continues to stay involved in general aviation through mentoring and education; volunteering at many different events and presenting original seminars on aviation safety and human factors. Although much of her flying is now professional in nature, she still enjoys flying her Super Cub on her days off. As a regular attendee of Oshkosh and local fly-ins, she enjoys the company and camaraderie that general aviation brings.FullThrottle Aviation offers international & domestic ferry pilot services. We provide pilots to move airplanes that have been recently purchased or just need to be transported for a variety of reasons. Although FullThrottle Aviation specializes in small aircraft ocean crossings; we also can ferry agricultural aircraft, tailwheel aircraft, experimental aircraft, vintage aircraft, and many modern aircraft such as G1000 aircraft. We offer experience in international operations, tracking, constant and quick communication, and a level of combined experience that goes unparalleled in any other operation.Learn more here - http://www.fullthrottleaviationllc.com
This is the audio version of the FAA Safety Briefing LiveVideo Broadcast.The original LiveVideo broadcast can be accessed at https://www.FAASafetyBriefing.com/May-June2019.html and qualifies for FAA WINGS and/or AMT Credits.  The May/June 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the future of aircraft certification. Feature articles focus on the advent of performance-based aircraft certification standards for general aviation that are helping to usher in a new era of innovation and safety.We’ll look at what the changes to part 23 mean to the future of the industry, as well as explore the benefits policies like NORSEE (Non-Required Safety Enhancing Equipment) can have for existing aircraft owners.NOTE: While many of the ideas covered in the quiz are included in the presentation, you may need to download a copy of the magazine from: https://www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/2019/media/mayjun2019.pdf to complete this course.
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