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I had known the aircraft commander through four years at Aviation Training Center, Mobile.
I had recently graduated from the B-1 initial qualification course at Dyess AFB as an aircraft commander and had just finished mission qualification training in my new squadron.
It added that he also failed to advise the aircraft commander accordingly and if necessary to offer specific guidance to avoid hazardous situations.
The aircraft commander Major James Woosley instructed the crew members to monitor their movements with a sensor underneath the aircraft that has a forward-looking infrared radar camera inside.
We wish to point out as a respectable tour operator the health and safety of all our clients is of paramount importance and we support the decision made by the aircraft commander to divert the plane in order to maintain an acceptable level of safety for the aircraft and its passengers.
On Monday, he took control as aircraft commander of a return flight from Prestwick to Murcia in southern Spain.
Under the Air Navigation Order, any aircraft commander flying in UK airspace who believes his aircraft has collided with one or more birds has a duty to inform the Civil Aviation Authority, whether or not damage was caused.
After six years on active duty and two-and-a-half years in the Texas Air National Guard, she slips into the roll of aircraft commander as easily as pulling on her well-worn flight gloves.