Editor's Log

July 2008 Issue

Odds And Ends

For years, NASAís Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) has been an invaluable, timely source of information for researchers and observers interested in how our national airspace system works. Granting limited immunity to those who complete an ASRS form and send it in is one of the few things the FAA has done right in the enforcement arena. In addition to maintaining a detailed database of submitted incidents (which likely didnít make even the trade press), the organizationís Web site (asrs.arc.nasa.gov), includes free and immediate access to a wide variety of research papers and other resources to anyone interested in learning more about the "real world" of aviation.

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