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Expert engineering consulting and investigation services for aircraft accident investigation and reconstruction.

OUR SERVICES

Aeroscope, Inc. has investigated in excess of 2000 aircraft accidents and incidents including:

  • United Flight 585 (Boeing 737-200)
  • USAir Flight 427 (Boeing 737-300)
  • Silk Air MI185 (Boeing 737-300)
  • TWA Flight 800 (Boeing 747)
  • United Flight 232 (DC-10)
  • Helios Airways 522 (Boeing 737-300)
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261 (MD-83)
  • Continental Flight 1713 (DC-9)
  • ComAir Crash, Detroit, MI (EMB-120)
  • Northwest Airlines Flight 255 (DC-9)
  • ComAir 5919, Lexington, KY (CRJ-100)
  • Bombing of UTA 772, Niger Africa (DC-10-30)

Licensed Professional Engineers

    • – State of Missouri
    • – State of Colorado
  • Mechanical Engineering – University of Michigan
  • Structural Engineering – University of Michigan
  • Aerospace Engineering – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • FAA rated commercial multi–engine pilots with instrument ratings
  • Airline Transport Pilots (ATP)
  • FAA Airframe and Power plant Mechanics
  • FAA Inspection Authorization
  • Radar Analyst
  • Rotorcraft Pilots
  • Navigational Charting & Database Analyst
  • Certified Flight Instructors

CURRICULUM VITAE

STEVEN P. MAIER

CURRENT POSITION

Aerospace Engineer and Accident Reconstructionist / Failure Investigator of aircraft mishaps with Aeroscope, Inc. Aeroscope, Inc. performs engineering services related to aviation accident analysis, forensic engineering, computer modeling, and failure analysis and testing of airframes, engines, and aircraft systems. I have investigated both civilian and military aircraft accidents and my experience in engineering design and manufacturing provides an in-depth knowledge base as to how components are designed, manufactured and potential failure modes.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science Aerospace Engineering, Minor in Mathematics

  • Emphasis in Turbine Engine Design
  •  Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL

Embry-Riddle Aircraft Accident Investigation Course

U.S. Department of Transportation

Transportation Safety Institute Basic Aircraft Accident Investigation Course

Both of the above reference aircraft accident investigation courses covered the following topics: Accident Investigation, Failure Analysis of Airframes and Engines, Mid-air Collisions, In-flight Breakups, Fault Tree Analysis, Piston and Turbine Engine Failures, Pre and Post Impact Fire Analysis, Metallurgy, Pathology, Biomedics, Crash Survivability, Aircraft Performance, Impact Kinematics, Propeller Analysis, Aviation Weather and Aircraft Maintenance.

FAA Certificates and Ratings

Private Pilot Certificate, Single Engine Land

(May 2000)

Instrument Airplane

(July 2021)

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

Engineer and Failure Investigator of Aircraft Mishaps

Investigated

MORE THAN 250 AIRCRAFT MISHAPS INVOLVING SINGLE AND MULTI-ENGINE AIRPLANES/HELICOPTERS POWERED BY PISTON AND TURBINE ENGINE ASSEMBLIES.

Production Improvement Engineer

  • Analyze and disposition non-conforming hardware
  • Implement and coordinate repair procedures

Turbine Blade and Vane Design Group

  • Implement of design and process changes for T56 and AE series engines turbine blades and vanes
  • Coordinate and present design modifications with various organizations within Rolls-Royce, external suppliers and the US Military
    -Resolve internal and external manufacturing design issues

Manufacturing Engineer Technical Lead for Single Crystal Operations

  • Implement design and manufacturing changes to single crystal turbine blade and vanes
  •  Manage the implementation of process improvements to improve yield and quality

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Aircraft accident reconstruction
  • Flight path analysis
  • Flight data analysis
  • Aircraft control Systems
  • Crash dynamics
  • Aircraft vacuum systems
  • Carburetor design and operation
  • Internal combustion and turbine engine failure analysis
  • Mechanical and hydraulic systems analysis – Aircraft performance
  • Aircraft and engine design
  • Aircraft control systems
  •  Aircraft crashworthiness
  • FAA regulations
  • Aircraft systems analysis
  • Manufacturing processes and quality control

CURRICULUM VITAE

Douglas Hoverter

CURRENT POSITION

Aircraft accident/incident Investigator, specializing in failure investigation and analysis of airframes,
engines and aircraft systems with Aeroscope, Inc., 11901 Allison Street, Broomfield, Colorado 80020,
performing mechanical and piloting services related to aviation accident analysis, failure analysis, flight
path reconstruction, reconstruction and testing of airframes, engines and aircraft systems.

EDUCATION

Lea County Aviation

Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic’s Apprenticeship program

New Mexico Junior College

Coursework pursuant to a degree in Business Management

U.S. Army School of Transportation

Bell UH-1 series Helicopter Maintenance, and Crew Chief
Training

Metropolitan State University of Denver

Coursework pursuant to a degree in Aerospace Science

FAA Ratings

Airline Transport Pilot

Airplane - Multi-Engine Land

Commercial Pilot

Airplane - Single Engine Land

Certified Flight Instructor

Airplane – Single Engine Land
Airplane – Multi-Engine Land
Instrument – Airplane

Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic

FAA Inspection Authorization

Flight Engineer

Turbojet Exam

Air Traffic Controller Exam passed

Third Class FAA Medical

RELEVANT AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE

  • Aeroscope, Inc. 2008 — Present. Accident investigation with involvement in over 500 accidents and incidents including most types of aircraft — General Aviation, Commercial, Military, fixed wing, rotary wing (helicopter), experimental, ultralight, including reciprocating and turbine engine aircraft.
  •  Employed at aircraft maintenance facility performing inspections, minor and major repair, alteration and overhaul.
  •  Flight School Manager and Instructor – Developed and taught a mountain flying course
  •  Air Charter Pilot
  • Airport Manager
  • Airport Fixed Base Operator (FBO) Owner / Operator providing major and minor maintenance services, flight instruction scenic and photo flights, consulting services, glider towing pilot and tow pilot instructor for a major soaring club.
  •  Aircraft appraiser
  •  U.S. Army UH-1D and H Medical Evacuation helicopter (Dust Off) Flight Crew Chief
  • Experience maintaining and flying WWI, WWII, Antique and Experimental aircraft
  • Over 9,800 hours Pilot in Command

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

American Bonanza Society

Experimental Aircraft Association

Piper Owners Society

National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI)

Commemorative Air Force

CURRICULUM VITAE

C. Federico Campbell

CURRENT POSITION

Christian Federico Campbell is an Aircraft Mishap and Failure
Investigator with Aeroscope, Inc. He has over 20 years of experience leading forensic investigations in support of matters ranging from aviation crash investigations and litigations to financial fraud investigations, enforcement actions and cyber intrusion
matters.

Mr. Campbell is an Adjunct Professor with the Aviation Department of Farmingdale State University. He is a certificated FAA MultiEngine Commercial Pilot, Certified Single Engine and Multi-Engine Flight Instructor, and Remote (Drone) Pilot. He is a Certified Aircraft Electronics Technician (NCATT AET), and holds a U.S. Coast Guard
Masters License and is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE). Mr. Campbell has attended hundreds of hours of formal training in aircraft crash investigations, aircraft systems investigations, digital forensics, and evidence handling. Mr. Campbell holds a Master’s Degree in Business
Administration from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Villanova University.

Mr. Campbell is a court accepted avionics and digital forensics expert and has testified as an expert witness on avionics and aircraft
crash reconstruction and investigations matters and on behalf of the U.S. federal government.

EDUCATION

M.B.A., University of Maryland – 2009

B.S., Computer Engineering, Villanova University – 2001

Certifications

  • FAA Certified Flight Instructor
  •  Single-Engine (CFI)
  • Multi-Engine (MEI)
  • Instrument (CFII)
  • FAA Commercial Pilot
  • Single-Engine (SEL)
  • Multi-Engine (MEL)
  •  FAA Remote Pilot – sUAS
  • Certified Aircraft Electronics Technician (NCATTAET)FCC General Radio Operator’s License (GROL)
  •  FCC Restricted Radio License
  • USCG Masters License – 25T
  •  Certified Information Systems Security Professional
    (CISSP)
  •  Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
  •  EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE)

Professional Training

Aircraft Crash Investigations Course

University of Southern California – Viterbi School of Engineering Topics include: Principles of Air Crash Investigations and Reconstruction, Systems Investigations, Flight Data Recorders, Investigation of Aircraft Fires, Inflight Breakup and Midair Collisions, Human and Biomedical Factors, Safety Management Systems and Analysis and Report Writing.

Aircraft Electronic Systems Investigation Course

Southern California Safety Institute Topics include: Avionics System Failures, New Avionics Technologies, New Investigative Techniques, Avionics Subsystem Examination, Air Data Systems, Flight Data Recorders, Flight Instruments and Engine and Flight Control Systems Examinations.

Gas Turbine Accident Investigation Course

Gas Turbine Accident Investigation Course Southern California Safety Institute Topics include: Gas turbine design and historical failures, rotor disc failure causes; engine surging and blade fatigue; and engines and crew error.

Federal Aviation Administration

Certification of Aircraft for Flight in Icing Conditions
Systems Aspects of Certification
Software and Airborne Electronic Hardware Aspects of Certification
Electronic Flight Bag

Helicopter Accident Investigation Course

Southern California Safety Institute

Global Jet Services

Basic Avionics Electronics Course
Intermediate Avionics Electronics Course
Advanced Avionics Electronics Course

SANS Institute

Cyber Threat Intelligence
Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response
Industrial Control Systems Active Defense & Incident Response System Forens Investigation & Incident Response

Guidance Software, Inc

Advanced Computer Forensics Course
EnCase Enterprise Course
Incidence Response, Forensic Analysis and Discovery Course

CURRICULUM VITAE

LOUIS R. KEITH

CURRENT POSITION

Aircraft Mishap and Failure Investigator with Aeroscope, Inc. Aeroscope, Inc. performs engineering services related to aviation accident analysis, forensic engineering, computer modeling, failure analysis, accident reconstruction and testing of airframes, engines, and aircraft systems. The combination of my skills in data integrity analysis, process engineering and utilizing my strong aviation background of 40 plus years, has secured a challenging position in a fast-paced environment. Aeroscope has, with my services, investigated in excess of 1000 aircraft accidents and incidents.

EDUCATION

Barton County Community College

Coursework pursuant to a degree in Aerospace Engineering

University of Southern California

Aircraft Accident Investigation Course.

FAA Ratings & EXAMS

Commercial Pilot

Instrument Rated

Airplane Single and Multi-engine Land

Flight Engineer - Turbojet (FEX) Exam

Aircraft Dispatcher (AD) Exam

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

1972-1978 – Keith Flying Service
1978-1979 – Midwest Piper
1979 – Yingling Aircraft
1979-1980 – Wichita Aircraft
1980-1984 – Corporate and Freelance Pilot
1984 – Continental Airlines
1985-1986 – ASA/Ground Services, Inc.
1986-2005 – Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
2007-Present – Aeroscope, Inc.

AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE

Over 5,000 hours Pilot in Command Corporate pilot responsible for operation and maintenance of multiple aircraft Owned, maintained, and operated a personal aircraft as well as many aircraft used in commercial and personal operations.

Several years of experience with Commemorative Air Force serving as Executive Officer, Safety Officer, and working with Maintenance Officer maintaining numerous antique, classic, and warbird aircraft, airframes, and engines including opposed, radial, inline, and “V” engines Experience with production and warehousing of aircraft parts Experience in ground and flight operations of major and regional air carriers.

Airport Fixed Base Operator experience Design, development, and maintenance of aeronautical charts and databases through twenty years of experience with a major U.S. based aeronautical charting, data, and aviation
services provider Accident investigation starting in 1975 with involvement in over 300 accidents and incidents including all types of aircraft – General Aviation, Commercial, Military, fixed-wing, rotary-wing, experimental, ultralight, parasail, and paramotor, reciprocating, and turbine
engines.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

American Mensa

Commemorative Air Force

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Aircraft Accident Reconstruction
  • Aeronautical Charting and Navigation
  • Aircraft Performance
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Aircraft and Engine Operation
  • Aircraft Crashworthiness
  • Antique, Classic and Warbird aircraft
  • Aviation History
  • Engine Care and Maintenance
  • Interpretation of FAA Regulations
  • FAA Airworthiness Directives
  • Flight Path Analysis
  • Pilot Reaction

CURRICULUM VITAE

COLIN A. SOMMER, P.E.

CURRENT POSITION

Vice President and Aircraft Mishap and Failure Investigator with Aeroscope, Inc. Aeroscope, Inc. performs engineering services related to aviation accident analysis, forensic engineering, computer modeling, failure analysis and testing of airframes, engines, and aircraft systems. I have been in this position for over 20 years and have investigated in excess of 750 aircraft accidents. Aeroscope has investigated in excess of 2000 aircraft accidents and incidents including the well-known crashes of TWA 800, United 232, United 585, Continental 1713, USAir 427, Alaska Airlines 261, Silk Air MI 185, Flash Air 604, SAS SK686, Air Algérie Flight 6289, Helios 522, Air France Flight 447, Comair Flight 5191, Egypt Air Flight 990, Jenni Rivera Learjet 25, Troy Gentry Schweizer 269C, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Kobe Bryant S-76B and the crashes that killed the former governor of Missouri and golfer Payne Stewart. The State of Florida also hired Aeroscope to aid the criminal prosecution resulting from the crash of Value Jet 592.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineer

-Emphasis in Structural Design
– University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
– Dean’s Honor List two semesters

NTSB Academy, Washington DC, Aircraft Accident Investigator Training Program.

Training included: Accident Investigation, Failure Analysis of Airframes and Engines, Mid-air Collisions, In-flight Breakups, Fault Tree Analysis, Piston and Turbine Engine Failures, Pre and Post impact Fire Analysis, Metallurgy, Pathology, Biomedics, Crash Survivability, Aircraft Performance, Impact Kinematics, Propeller Analysis, Aviation Weather, Aircraft Maintenance, and many others. (May 10, 2004)

Southern California Safety Institute, Aircraft Accident Investigation Training Program.

Training included: Investigation Methodology, Causation Theory, Wreckage Pattern Analysis, Aviation Operations, Weather, Aircraft Performance, Aircraft Maintenance, Human Factors, Crash Survivability, Structural Analysis, Fire Damage, Reciprocating and Turbine Engine Failure, Propeller Analysis, Metallurgy and Material Science, Aircraft Structure and System Design, Impact Dynamics and Kinematics, Aerodynamic Loading, Aeromedics, and many others. (October 10-21, 2005)

Teledyne Continental Motors Aviation Technician Advanced Training Program

Training included: 40 hours of advanced factory training, with focus on General Engine Theory of Operation, Crankcase Threading, Crankshaft Component R & R, Cylinder R & R, Fuel Injection System Calibration, Tour of Continental Motors’ Factory, 100-Hour/Annual Inspection Topics, Cylinder Borescope Inspections, TCM Ignition Systems hands-on to include tear down and setting internal timing and Service Bulletin Exercises. (June 20-25, 2010)

FAA Ratings

Private Pilot Certificate, Single Engine Land

(September 1, 2006)

Multi Engine Land

 (October 14, 2011)

Instrument Airplane

(March 17, 2009)

Type Rating: CE-500 Series Cessna Citation Turbojet

(March 16, 2018)

Routine training in numerous aspects of aircraft

Accident reconstruction and failure analysis

Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) / Engineer in Training (EIT)

Completed (July 5, 2007)

Principles & Practice of Engineering Exam (PE)

Completed (June 9, 2008)

Licensed Professional Engineer

State of Colorado No. PE-43554 (September 22, 2009)

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

I have personally investigated over 750 different aircraft accidents including:

Alaska Airlines Flight 261 McDonnell Douglas MD 83
Silk Air MI 185 Boeing 737-300
Oklahoma State Basketball Team King Air 200
Governor Mel Carnahan Cessna 335
Payne Stewart Learjet 35
Flash Air 604 Boeing 737-300
Air Algérie Flight 6289
Comair Flight 5191
Helios Flight 522

Aeroméxico Flight 2431
Air France Flight 447
Egypt Air Flight 990
Jenni Rivera Learjet 25
Troy Gentry Schweizer 269C
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Kobe Bryant Sikorsky S-76B
Other single and multi-engine aircraft both piston and turbine as well as helicopter

I have personally investigated accidents involving the following equipment types:

  • Aero Commander
  • Aero Vodochody L-39
  • Air Tractor
  • Airbus (Eurocopter) Helicopters
  • Airbus Fixed Wing 310, 320, 330
  • Allison/Rolls Royce Engines
  • American Champion
  • Astra
  • Beech 1900
  • Beech King Air 90, 200, 300
  • Beechcraft General Aviation
  • Bell Helicopters
  • Bellanca
  • Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777
  • Bombardier Challenger, CRJ
  • Caterpillar Fork Lift
  • Cessna Citation
  • Cessna General Aviation
  • Cirrus Aircraft
  • Commander Aircraft
  • Continental Motors Engines
  • Convair 580
  • De Havilland
  • Dassault Aircraft
  • Diamond Aircraft
  • Eclipse 500
  • Embraer ERJ-190
  • Ercoupe
  • Express
  • Fairchild/Swearingen
  • Grumman American
  • Gulfstream
  • Hawker Aircraft
  • Hiller Helicopter
  • Honeywell (Garrett) Turbine Engines
  • Hughes Helicopters
  • Kaman Helicopters
  • Lake Aircraft
  • Lancair Aircraft
  • Learjet Aircraft
  • Leonardo (Agusta) Helicopters 109, 119
  • Light Sport Aircraft
  • Lockheed L-100
  • Marvel Schebler (Precision Airmotive)
  • MBB Helicopters
  • McDonnell Douglas Helicopters
  • McDonnell Douglas MD-80, DC-10
  • Mitchell Wing
  • Mitsubishi MU-2B
  • Mooney General Aviation
  • Pilatus PC-12
  • Piper General Aviation
  • Pratt & Whitney Engines
  • Rans
  • Raytheon
  • Raytheon Aircraft
  • Revolution Mini 500
  • Robinson Helicopter
  • Rockwell OV-10
  • Rotax Engines
  • Safari Aircraft
  • Safran (Turbo Mecca) Engines
  • Schweizer Helicopter
  • Sikorsky S-58, S-61, S-76, UH-60
  • Socata Aircraft
  • Taylorcraft Aircraft
  • Textron Lycoming Engines
  • Thrush Aircraft
  • Ultralight
  • Vans
  • Velocity Aircraft
  • Westwind
  • Zenair Aircraft
  • Zenith Aircraft
  • Zivco

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

ISASI

International Society of Air Safety Investigators

ISASI

Vice President Colorado/Wyoming ISASI Chapter

AOPA

Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association

NCEES

National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES) (June 26, 2009)

ASME

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

PUBLICATIONS

Robb, Gary C. (2010). Helicopter Crash Litigation. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges
Publishing Company Inc. – Technical Advisor and Contributor

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Aircraft Auto Pilot Systems and Failures
  • Aircraft Control Systems
  • Aircraft Crash Survival Design
  • Aircraft Crashworthiness
  • Aircraft Design and Operation
  • Aircraft Fuel Servo Operation
  • Aircraft Fuel Systems
  • Aircraft Maintenance Related Accident Investigation
  • Aircraft Navigation Systems
  • Aircraft Performance
  • Aircraft Systems Analysis
  • Aircraft Vacuum Systems
  • Avionics Component Failures
  • Carburetor Design and Operation
  • FAA Airworthiness Directives
  • FAA Regulations
  • Fixed Wing Accident Reconstruction Analysis and Testing
  • Fixed Wing Aerodynamics
  • Flight Path Analysis
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Fuel Injection Systems
  • Gas Turbine Governing and Fuel Control Systems
  • Helicopter Accident Reconstruction Analysis and Testing
  • Helicopter and Fixed Wing Structural Design and Failure Analysis
  • Hydraulic and Electromechanical Servo Actuator Control Systems
  • In-Flight Break Up
  • Internal Combustion Engine Failures
  • Mechanical Engineering Design
  • Mechanical, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
  • Mid Air Collisions
  • Piloting
  • Pre and Post Impact Fire Investigation
  • Pressurization Systems
  • Propeller Analysis
  • Rotorcraft Aerodynamics
  • Spatial Disorientation
  • Turbine Engine Failures
  • Vehicular Kinematic Impact Analysis and Mathematical Modeling of Crashes
  • Video Animation

CURRICULUM VITAE

Donald E. Sommer, P.E.

CURRENT POSITION

President and owner of Aeroscope, Inc., 11901 Allison Street, Broomfield, Colorado, 80020.
Aeroscope, Inc., is involved in forensic engineering, aircraft accident reconstruction, manufacturing
disputes, computer modeling, failure analysis of airframes, engines and aircraft systems.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science - Engineering

 Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan – 1969

Graduate work in instrumentation, testing systems and Cryogenics 1967-1969.

FAA Ratings

Airline Transport Pilot

Citation Jet Type Rating
Airplane – Single Engine Land
Airplane – Multi-Engine Land

Commercial Pilot

Glider
Airplane – Single Engine Sea
Rotorcraft/Helicopter

Certified Flight Instructor

Airplane – Single Engine Land
Airplane – Single Engine Sea
Airplane – Multi-Engine Land
Instrument – Airplane
Glider

Ground Instructor

Primary
Advanced
Instrument

Mechanic

Airframe
Powerplant

FAA Inspection Authorization

Third Class FAA Medical

Licensed Professional Engineer

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

  • Mechanical systems design and testing
  •  Hydraulic systems design and testing
  •  Instrumentation – Mobile and fixed
  • Design and production of new products and sub-components
  • Failure analysis
  • Analysis and reconstruction of hundreds of General and Commercial aviation accidents. Some of the more noteworthy transport aircraft include: Valuejet 592, Alaska Air 261, TWA 800, United 232, US Air 427, United 585, Silk Air MI185, Egypt Air 990, Continental 1713, the Bombing of UTA 772, Afghanistan 747, Atlas Air Flight 3591, Red Air 2023, Aronson (Boeing 737-Max 8), Cessna Linate (CJ-2), Perez-Serra (Lockheed WC-130H), Schmidt (B17G), Yanky 72 (Lockheed KC-130T).

AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE

  •  Over 16,000 hours Pilot in Command
  • Operated numerous single engine, most twin engine, Turbo Commander, Conquest, King Air, Mitsubishi, and Citation jets
  • Owned and operated several aircraft maintenance facilities for major and minor repairs and alterations
  • Owned and operated business aircraft.
  • Airport manager of active metropolitan Detroit airport
  • Owned and operated several air charter businesses
  •  Owned and operated new aircraft franchised dealership
  • Numerous aircraft appraisals – large and small aircraft
  • The Wright Brothers FAA Master Pilot Award

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

International Society of Air Safety Investigators

The Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers

National Association of Flight Instructors

National Fire Protection Association

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Aircraft Accident Reconstruction

In-flight and Stationary Instrumentation Systems and Testing

Mechanical and Hydraulic Systems

Aircraft Performance

Aircraft and Engine Design and Operation

Failure Analysis

Interpretation of FAA Regulations

Pilot Reactions

Pilot Training