Wed, Nov 12, 2003
AOPA Director Of Medical Certification Reappointed To
Prestigious Medical Board
AOPA Director of Medical
Certification Services Gary Crump has been reelected to serve on
the Civil Aviation Medical Association (CAMA) Board of Directors.
Crump's continued affiliation with CAMA assures that AOPA is
working at the forefront, side-by-side with aerospace medical
specialists, to develop and advocate safe yet progressive pilot
medical certification policy.
Crump has been with AOPA for more than 15 years. He and his
staff of medical certification specialists work closely with the
FAA Aerospace Medical Certification Division in Oklahoma City and
with the FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine in Washington, D.C.
This working relationship assures
that AOPA members receive accurate and up-to-date information about
their medical questions.
The 46-year-old CAMA represents almost one thousand U.S. and
international aerospace medicine specialists and aviation medical
examiners and advocates the promotion of civil aviation safety
through ongoing aviation medical examiner education.
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