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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1998. Improving the Continued Airworthiness of Civil Aircraft: A Strategy for the FAA's Aircraft Certification Service. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6265.
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APPENDIX C Participants in Committee Meetings

The Committee on Aircraft Certification Safety Management met five times between February and December 1997. There were also many smaller meetings attended by one or more committee members and representatives of public and private organizations involved in the aeronautics industry. The small group meetings were part of the committee's in-formation-gathering process. In addition to committee members and staff, participants in committee meetings included the following:

Mac Armstrong, Delta Air Lines

Ann Azevedo, Federal Aviation Administration

Michael Basehore, Federal Aviation Administration

Ben Beets, Federal Aviation Administration

Yves Benoist, Airbus Industrie

Glenn Bylsma, The Boeing Company

Thomas Boudreau, Federal Aviation Administration

Henri Branting, Federal Aviation Administration

Eric Bries, Federal Aviation Administration

James Busey, General Electric Aircraft Engines

Tom Butine, The Boeing Company

Robert Carlson, The Boeing Company

Ed Clark, Office of Management and Budget

Steven Corrie, Federal Aviation Administration

Roland Crandall, General Electric Aircraft Engines

R.E. Crow, Pratt & Whitney

Todd Curtis, The Boeing Company

Ross Cusimano, Federal Aviation Administration

Jim Devany, Federal Aviation Administration

Wolfgang Didszuhn, Airbus Industrie

John Drake, National Transportation Safety Board

Ed Dunlap, Delta Air Lines

Chet Ekstrand, The Boeing Company

Chris Erikson, Erikson Air-Crane

Jerome Frechette, National Transportation Safety Board

Curtis Graeber, The Boeing Company

Buddy Guess, Delta Air Lines

H. Keith Hagy, Air Line Pilots Association, International

James Hallock, U.S. Department of Transportation

Joe Hawkins, Federal Aviation Administration

Phil Hensley, Allied Signal Engines

Fred Herzner, General Electric Aircraft Engines

Sally Hickman, The Boeing Company

Tim Hickox, The Boeing Company

Jim Houckey, National Transportation Safety Board

Charles Huber, Federal Aviation Administration

Frank Jenson, Helicopter Association International

Ed Kupcis, The Boeing Company

William Kurtz, General Electric Aircraft Engines

Glen Lantner, Federal Aviation Administration

Alan Lea, Pratt & Whitney Canada

Alain Leroy, European Joint Aviation Authorities

Jess Lewis, Federal Aviation Administration

Bernard Loeb, National Transportation Safety Board

Robert Loftus, General Electric Aircraft Engines

Tom Longridge, Federal Aviation Administration

Bill Machado, Federal Aviation Administration

Bob Macintosh, National Transportation Safety Board

Sarah MacLeod, Aeronautical Repair Station Association

Douglas Macnair, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

Norm Martenson, Federal Aviation Administration

Jim Maucere, Delta Air Lines

Wright McCartney, Alaska Airlines

John (Jack) McGrath, Federal Aviation Administration

Tom McSweeney, Federal Aviation Administration

William Melvin, Air Line Pilots Association, International

Nelson Miller, Federal Aviation Administration

Stewart Miller, Federal Aviation Administration

Randy Milne, The Boeing Company

Gerard Misrai, Airbus Industrie

Adam Monsoori, The Boeing Company

Alan Moodie, Delta Air Lines

Yves Morier, European Joint Aviation Authorities

Lee Nguyen, Federal Aviation Administration

Frank Paskiewicz, Federal Aviation Administration

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1998. Improving the Continued Airworthiness of Civil Aircraft: A Strategy for the FAA's Aircraft Certification Service. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6265.
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Scott Patterson, Alaska Airlines

Darrell Pederson, Federal Aviation Administration

Greg Phillips, National Transportation Safety Board

Sebastian Pierini, The Boeing Company

Larry Plaster, Boeing Company-Mesa

Mike Prendergast, Pratt & Whitney

G. W. Prescott, The Boeing Company

Barry Rohm, Allison Engine Company

Richard Ridge, General Electric Aircraft Engines

Donald Riggin, Federal Aviation Administration

Mike Romanowski, Pratt & Whitney

Paul Russell, The Boeing Company

Tom Sandberg, Sikorsky Aircraft

Sam Sampath, Federal Aviation Administration

Ronald Schleed, National Transportation Safety Board Dave

Shepherd, American Eurocopter

Steve Slotte, Federal Aviation Administration

Thaddee Sulocki, European Joint Aviation Authorities

John Swihart, FAA Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee

Carey Terasaki, Federal Aviation Administration

Janice Thaxter Pratt & Whitney

Gary Thompson, Delta Air Lines

Jim Trimberger, Alaska Airlines

Scott Turco, Delta Air Lines

Linda Walker, Federal Aviation Administration

Susan Walsh, Pratt & Whitney

Dale Warren, Aircraft Safety Subcommittee of the FAA Research Engineering and Development Advisory Committee

George Warren, Columbia Helicopters

Al Weaver, Pratt & Whitney

Ronald Wojnar, Federal Aviation Administration

Brian Yanez, Federal Aviation Administration

Chet Yantsy, Alaska Airlines

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1998. Improving the Continued Airworthiness of Civil Aircraft: A Strategy for the FAA's Aircraft Certification Service. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6265.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Participants in Committee Meetings." National Research Council. 1998. Improving the Continued Airworthiness of Civil Aircraft: A Strategy for the FAA's Aircraft Certification Service. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6265.
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