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A Comparison of Leading and Lagging Indicators of Safety In Naval Aviation
Background: The purpose of this paper is to examine the results of two different methods of identifying human factors safety concerns in U.S. Naval aviation. In both studies, the information was collected using the Department ...
Evaluation of a human factors analysis and classification system as used by trained raters.
In this study 22 military officers used DOD-HFACS to classify information obtained from an interview with an individual who had been involved in an aviation incident in which the potential for serious injury had been high.
Coping with stress in military aviation: A review of the research.
Military aviation exacts a costly toll in psychological stress from those who choose to pursue the occupation (Stokes & Kite, 1994). A prime example is landing on an aircraft carrier, a task which physiological indices and ...