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References 1. Federal Aviation Act of 1958, 49 USC 1302, as amended. (1979) Federal Aviation Administration. Airworthiness Program Overview, Preliminary Draft, Chapter VIII FAA Resources Allocated to Airworthiness Func- tions. Federal Aviation Administration, Washing- ton, D.C., January 21, 1980. 3. The Boeing Commercial Airplane Company of the Boeing Company; The Douglas Aircraft Company of the McDonnell Douglas Corporation; and the Lockheed- California Company of the Lockheed Corporation. 4. Martinusen, J. (Aerospace Industries Association, Statistics Department) in telephone conversation, May 13, 1980. 5. National Transportation Safety Board. Safety Information, National Transportation Safety Board, SB 80-15, Washington, DC., February 20, 1980, Table 8. National Transportation Safety Board. Briefs of Accidents Involving Turbojet Aircraft with Air- frame, Powerplant and Systems as Cause/Factor(s), U.S. Air Carriers, 1962-1978, National Transpor- tation Safety Board special computer printout, May 14, 1980. 79

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80/References 7. Scanlan, Robert H. and Rosenbaum, Robert. Introduction to the Study of Vibration and Flutter. New York; McMillan and Company, 1951. 8. FAA Order 8000.45, "National Resource Specialists," October 23, 1979. Krupitsky, M. (Lockheed Corporation), Statement to the Committee at the Public Meeting, January 21, 1980. 10. FAA Order 8110.4, "Designated Engineering Representatives," December 28, 1967, p. 151. 11. Federal Aviation Act of 1958, 49 USC 1423, as amended. (1979) 12. U.S. President. "Improving Federal Government Regulations." Executive Order 12044 (March 23, 1978). Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 14, No. 12 (March 27, 1978), p. 557. 13. Federal Aviation Administration. First Biennial Airworthiness Review, 1974-75, Conference Summary, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C., 1974. 14. Federal Aviation Administration. First Biennial Airworthiness Review, 1974-75, Conference Summary, "Committee I Chairman's Summary,"Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C., 1974, pp. 13-50. 15. Ibid., "Committee III Chairman's Summary," pp. 91-152. 16. Ibid. 17. Ibid., "Committee V Chairman's Summary," pp. 235-279. 18. National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, 42 USC 2451 (b), (c), as amended.

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IMPROVING AIRCRAFT SAFETY/81 19. Federal Aviation Act, 49 USC 1504, as amended. (1979) 20. William M. Bland, Jr., "A Limited Comparison of Designee Representatives and FAA Counterparts," a presentation to the committee, March 1980, based on information received by letter and by telephone from Boeing, Douglas, Lockheed, and the FAA. 21. French Secretariat of State for Transport. Commission of Inquiry. Turkish Airlines DC-10 - TC-JAV in the Ermenonville Forest on March 3, - 1974. LTS/2291/45/FRENCH/JHB. French Secretar of State for Transport, February 1976. 22. National Transportation Safety Board. Aircraft Accident Report: American Airlines, Inc., DC-10- 10, N 110AA, Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois, May 25, 1979. NTSB-AAR-79-17. National Transportation Safety Board, December 1979, p. 18. 23. Tabery, R. D. (United Airlines), statement to the committee at public meeting, January 22, 1980. fat 24. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California. Presentation to the National Research Council Com- mittee Studying FAA Safety Procedures. March 1, 1980. Federal Aviation Administration. Airworthiness Program Overview. Chapter VI, Section VI.G.7.c. 26. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 65, "Certification: Airmen Other Than Flight Crewmembers." 27. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.375, "Maintenance and Preventive Maintenance Training Program." FAA Proposal #482, Operations Reviews, 1974.

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82/References 29. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.375, op. cit. 30. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.373, "Continuing Analysis and Surveillance." 31. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.703, "Mechanical Reliability Reports." Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.705 "Mechanical Interruption Summary Report." General Accounting Office. How to Improve the Federal Aviation Administration's Ability to Deal with Safety Hazards. Report by the Comptroller General of the United States. (CED 80-66) General Accounting Office, Washington, D.C., February 29, 1980, Chapter 2, pp. 5-17. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 121.707, "Alteration and Repair Reports." 35. Ibid. 36. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 1.1 "General Definitions." 37. Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 43, Appendix A: "Major Alterations, Major Repairs, and Preventive Maintenance." 38. U.S. President. "Review of Advisory Committees." The President's Memorandum for Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies. (February 25, 1977~. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 13, No. 9 (February 28, 1977), pp. 263-4. 39. Federal Aviation Act, 49 USC 1303, as amended. (1979)

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