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Bibliography Published and Unpublished Material Used by The Committee on FAA Airworthiness Certification Procedures Accidents Investigation Branch. Boeing 707 321C G-BEBP Report on the Accident near Lusaka International Airport, Zambia, on 14 May 1977. British Department of Trade, Accidents Investigation Branch, September 1978. Beard, Craig. Statement to the Committee Based on FAA Report. Airworthiness Programs: Overview--Preliminary Draft, January 21, 1980. Boeing Commercial Airplane Company. Maintaining Continuous Aircraft Airworthiness. Presented to the Committee at Public Meeting, January 22, 1980. Boeing Commercial Airplane Company. Written materials and visuals presented to committee, February 8, 1980. Bond, Langhorne M. Statement to the Committee at Public Meeting, January 21, 1980. Civil Aeronautics Board. Aircraft Accident Report, American Airlines, Boeing 707-123, N 7514A Near Peconic River Airport, Calver ton, Long Island, New York, August 14, 1959. SA-343 File No. 1-0057. Board, April 1961. 113 Civil Aeronautics

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