Watch the video on United Flight 232 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vy_ZuZu6JuE

Watch the video on United Flight 232

Create a presentation that assesses the performance of the crew of United Flight 232.
You will analyze the performance of the crew (and other teammates such as ATC, fire/rescue, dispatch, maintenance) with respect to this module’s lesson on leadership and teamwork. Highlight both positive characteristics and areas for improvement. In your analysis, include a discussion of the principles of 6th Generation CRM/Threat and Error Management (even though this accident was pre-6th Gen.). Do not just summarize the events; include a critical analysis!
The NTSB accident report is also available for you to review: United Flight 232 (PDF) (Links to an external site.)
Tip: For ideas on analyzing case studies in this course with respect to TEM, refer to the Threat & Error Management Download Threat & Error Managementpresentation (public domain from the U.S. Navy) or Threat and Error Management (TEM) and Line Operations Safety Assessment (LOSA) Training (PDF)/FAA.
Please include a reference slide, if applicable, and use APA format for any citations and references.

The Communications Loop (see diagram) is a critical part of every single flight.

The Communications Loop (see diagram) is a critical part of every single flight. It is virtually impossible to engage in any flight activity, from general aviation to military tactical flying, without the use of some degree of communication. This communication might be between the pilot and other crew members, ATC, dispatch, Flight Service, or even other aircraft. Methods of communication might include verbal, body language (such as hand gestures), written, or data link/CPDLC. However, despite how critical communication is, research has shown that pilots and controllers make MANY communication errors. Why is this?
For this discussion, you will consider common causes for breakdowns in the Communication Loop. Determine the meaning of “Noise” and “Filters” in the Communication Loop diagram. List at least five (5) common filters or barriers to communication. You may use examples from your own experiences. Then recommend methods to overcome filters in communication. Is one of the listed methods of communication less susceptible to noise, filters, and errors? If so, which one, and why?

Be sure to complete the module readings. Then participate in this discussion by

Be sure to complete the module readings. Then participate in this discussion by engaging your peers in a scholarly discourse on the following topics.
Chapter 1 – Why CRM? Empirical and Theoretical Bases of Human Factors Training
Chapter 16 – A Regulatory Perspective I
Chapter 17 – A Regulatory Perspective II
Assess the impact programs such as LOSA, ASAP, and ASRS have had on aviation safety. Why were these programs started, and what did they hope to achieve? In your discussion, analyze the benefits of both direct observation of aircrew (LOSA) and anonymous self-reporting systems (ASAP/ASRS). Determine if there are any potential negative aspects of such programs and why participation was slow to catch on in some segments of aviation. How do these programs relate to airline CRM programs?

Research proposal and paper (capstone level) of a meta analysis of archival data

Research proposal and paper (capstone level) of a meta analysis of archival data of current US city noise level ordinances and restrictions and how they could be applied to set design targets for future unmanned aircraft system designs for home delivery solutions (Amazon Prime Air, UPS, and other private companies wanting to make home deliveries). Must meet attached requirements. ~15 pages for proposal paper and ~ 25 pages for research paper.

Please see assignment brief attached. THE TOPIC TO CHOOSE IN ORDER TO COMPLETE T

Please see assignment brief attached.
THE TOPIC TO CHOOSE IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT IS:
A critical analysis of the Montreal Convention 1999 in light of the earlier Carrier Liability Conventions.
NO MORE THAN 3,000 WORDS PLUS OR MINUS 10%. THIS EXLUDES THE BIBLIOGRAPHY.
PLEASE READ ‘MARKS AND FEEDBACK’ AND WORK TOWARDS 1st CLASS 70%+.
You cannot write about the economics or business aspects of the topic that you choose. This will not produce a good result.

Directions Do your own research on an aircraft mishap that has not been covered

Directions Do your own research on an aircraft mishap that has not been covered in this course (note the aircraft mishap you research for this assignment must be different from the aviation disaster you research for Assignment 11.1: Final CRM Analysis). Complete a full analysis of the CRM of the crew. Write a 2-3 page paper on your analysis of the crew’s CRM. Are they using good CRM skills, or are there breakdowns in their CRM? Be specific, and provide evidence and examples that support your analysis. Submit this assignment to the dropbox “Assignment 10.1: CRM Analysis.” This assignment is worth 40 points and will be graded according to the scoring guide below. reference Crew Resource Management Edited by Barbara G. Kanki, José Anca, Thomas R. Chidester

Over the course we have looked at the history, skills, and training skills of CR

Over the course we have looked at the history, skills, and training skills of CRM, but how do you know if CRM is part of an organizations culture? How do you evaluate CRM? The cultural change of flying did not happen overnight. How long do you think it takes to change a culture in aviation? Before the 1970s the First Officer was graded his ability to sit in the seat and not say anything to the Captain, even if he/she was making mistake. Today, even the flight attendants are encouraged to speak up if something doesn’t feel right. Example: Northwest Airlines Flight 188 landed at Minneapolis over an hour late because they claimed to be distracted by their iPads. They turned around only after a flight attendant notice the flight was longer that expected. reference Crew Resource Management Edited by Barbara G. Kanki, José Anca, Thomas R. Chidester

Just about all of our lessons learned come from crew’s mistakes in CRM and study

Just about all of our lessons learned come from crew’s mistakes in CRM and studying aircraft mishaps. Watch the entire YouTube video, Remembering Flight 232: Short Story of Disaster & Survival hosted by J. J. Stone. The United Airlines 232 flight is a little bit different when analyzing CRM. The flight still ended tragically with 111 people killed, but could have or should have killed everyone on board if not for amazing CRM. When watching the video notice how CRM was just not with the crew that started, but also included the DC-10 instructor that was flying as a passenger. What are the good CRM skills that we have discussed in this class that you noticed in the video? reference Crew Resource Management Edited by Barbara G. Kanki, José Anca, Thomas R. Chidest

Part I In a 2-3 page paper, define the concepts of capacity, particularly as it

Part I In a 2-3 page paper, define the concepts of capacity, particularly as it relates to airport activity. Part II Explain measures of delay and describe the approaches to reduce delay in a 2-3 page paper. The Criteria listed in the Scoring Guide below contain additional details regarding this assignment. Submit this assignment to the dropbox “Assignment 10.1: Concepts of Capacity.” This assignment is worth 100 points and will be graded according to the scoring guide below. please remember it has 2 parts reference Airport Planning & Management, 7th Edition Seth Young, Alexander Wells

Describe the Airport and Airspace Simulation Model (SIMMOD) used to estimate air

Describe the Airport and Airspace Simulation Model (SIMMOD) used to estimate airport capacity. Why is assumption planning a critical part of using SIMMOD? Provide at least one example of how an assumption can affect SIMMOD output. Be sure to support your response. reference Airport Planning & Management, 7th Edition Seth Young, Alexander Wells