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Study: High Risk of Catastrophic Runway Collisions in U.S. Airports

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Default Study: High Risk of Catastrophic Runway Collisions in U.S. Airports

Study: High Risk of Catastrophic Runway Collisions in U.S.

WASHINGTON There is "a high risk of a catastrophic runway
collision occurring in the United States" because of
faltering federal leadership, malfunctioning technology and
overworked air traffic controllers, congressional
investigators concluded Wednesday.

The investigators gave the Federal Aviation Administration
credit for reducing runway safety incidents from a peak in
2001 but said "FAA's runway safety efforts subsequently
waned" as the number of incidents settled at a lower level.


"Faltering Federal leadership"?

When you fill the FAA with incompetent minorities and women
and focus on Diversity Conferences and "Kissing the Black
Ass" at Las Vegas resort casinos no wonder the FAA is....

"Faltering in their Federal Leadership"

Misguided priorities, Diversity waste and Incompetent FAA
Management equals=========

"Catastrophic Runway Collision"

It's just a matter of time

Return pride and QUALIFICATIONS rather than "Kissing the
Black ASS" and Diversity waste to the FAA. Hire based on
aviation experience NOT SKIN COLOR AND SEX.

STOP Kissing the Black ASS

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