Mon, Jun 13, 2011
Luncheon Address by FAA AFS-800 Manager Also Online
The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) announces
that high definition video of the Training Doctrine and Standards
Panels have been uploaded to the 2011 SAFE Symposium channel.
Moderated by Wright Aviation Solutions President Robert Wright, the
47-minute Doctrine video features remarks by Michelle
Summers-Halleran, Embry-Riddle Associate Professor and Associate
Chair of Aeronautical Science; Jens Hennig, GAMA Vice President of
Operations; and Travis Klumb, Cirrus Aircraft Flight Training
Each of these programs and others already posted, are the
product of the Aero-News Network's Aero-TV group, who were in
attendance for the entire event and shot over 20 hours of high-def
video in order to document this pivotal event.
The 39-minute Standards panel, moderated by Designated Pilot
Examiner and seven-time Master Instructor Pat Knight, features
remarks by Eric Crump, Gleim Publications Aviation Editor; Tom
Norton, Norton Aviation and Designated Pilot Examiner; and Dr. Kurt
Barnhart, University Aviation Association President. Also available
as a separate video is the luncheon address given by FAA AFS-800
Manager Mel Cintron. Cintron discusses FAA pilot training
initiatives and invites AFS-600 Manager Van Kerns to the podium to
say a few words.
To view these and other presentations from the Pilot Training
Reform Symposium, see http://vimeo.com/channels/201235#24177537.
A 35-page report stemming from the proceedings was published on
June 6, 2011 and is also available online at
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