Book ID: CBB433728130

Gear Up, Mishaps Down: The Evolution of Naval Aviation Safety, 1950-200 (2017)

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Dunn, Robert F. (Author)


Naval Institute Press


Publication Date: 2017
Physical Details: xi + 204 pp.
Language: English

Less than five years after naval aviation had been in the forefront of the forces that defeated Imperial Japan, it found itself in serious trouble. One of the first steps to re-order priorities and save naval aviation was to solve the problem of increasing numbers of accidents. Over the next fifty years that problem was indeed solved to the extent that today, despite hot wars, cold wars, contingencies and peacetime operations in support of friends and allies the Navy/Marine accident rate is at least as good as that of the Air Force and approached that of commercial aviation. The keys to how this was achieved lies with dedicated and professional leadership, a focus on lessons learned from mishaps and near-mishaps, a willingness to learn and adopt new leadership, training, management, maintenance and supply styles and procedures. All this and more is described in this book. (Publisher)

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Review Golda Eldridge (Fall 2017) Review of "Gear Up, Mishaps Down: The Evolution of Naval Aviation Safety, 1950-200". Air Power History (pp. 53-54). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Aldrich, Mark
Poser, Stefan
Walker, J. Samuel
Stallings, Robert A.
Pursell, Carroll W.
Maines, Rachel P.
Journals
Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie
Technology and Culture
Business and Economic History On-Line
Railroad History
Transfers
Quaderns d'Història de l'Enginyeria
Publishers
Johns Hopkins University Press
University of California Press
Aldine de Gruyter
Blackwell
Johns Hopkins University
Liveright Publishing Corporation A Division of W.W. Norton and Company
Concepts
Safety
Technology
Railroads
Engineering
Automobiles
Land transportation
People
Stapp, John Paul (1910-1999)
Tesla, Nikola
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
21st century
17th century
18th century
20th century, late
Places
United States
Germany
Soviet Union
France
Barcelona (Spain)
Europe
Institutions
Denver and Rio Grande Western Railway Company
World Health Organization (WHO)
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