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    The Federal Aviation Administration The F.A.A. (Federal Aviation Administration), established in 1958, deals with the airspace problems, most of the problems they deal with are on the runways of airfields, but they do in fact deal with the other airspace problems as well, including extraterrestrial life. The F.A.A. seems to keep a lot of important information from the public. One main reason that they do this is to keep the public in a state of calmness, if the F.A.A. were to make all there discoveries

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    1919, some milestones were made in the aviation industry when Lawson built the first ever multiengine airplane which was made specifically for passengers (Freeman, n.d). During this era of aviation, there was no any authority charged with the responsibility of overseeing and coordinating the aviation industry since it was not a popular means of transport. Most people by then relied on roads and railways as means of transport. The emergence of commercial aviation in the United States may be traced back

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    The Failures of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) One hundred and ten people were killed on board ValueJet’s flight 592 May 11, 1996. Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) failure to correct the problems found in an inspection contributed to this tragic crash (McKenna 59). FAA inspections are contributing to too many deaths on board major airlines. The corruption in the system has lead to many frightening statistics and problems but there are still a lot of improvements for the FAA

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    create an independent Federal Aviation Agency that will provide for the safety and efficient use of national airspace. In August 23, 1958 the Federal Aviation Act was signed by the President. This act transferred the Civil Aeronautics Authority’s function to a new independent Federal Aviation Agency which is responsible for civil aviation safety. The first appointed director was retired Air Force General Elwood Quesada and operations began on December 1, 1958. The Federal Aviation Agency was given

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    The Birth of Air Transportation

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    1911. The birth of air transportation and the advent of the Federal Aviation Administration took place because of the foresight by the postal service, the Kelly Act of 1925 and Federal Aviation Act of 1958. In 1911 the postal service was looking for a new ways to transport mail to new places and faster. Demonstrations were held around the world of airplane mail service. The United States held the demonstration in air mail at an aviation meeting in Long Island, New York. During the week of September

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    The purpose of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul is to carry out maintenance and repairs to aircrafts once so many flight hours have been completed. Maintenance, repair and overhaul also allow the aviation industry to operate at a safe level and to ensure fleet readiness throughout the world. The aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul industry is regulated by the federal aviation administration (FAA) also there are two market segments the military and commercial aviation maintenance, repair

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    focus on regional airlines (Berard, 2010, 2). Currently, the United States government has passed HR 5900, which was titled the Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Extension Act of 2010 and is now called Public Law 111-216 (Public Law 111-126, 2010, 3). The bill targets five focal points that will force the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to run an even safer operation. These focal points include creating a pilot record database, implementation of NTSB flight crewmember training

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    Aviation Oversight

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    Without the federal government’s direct oversight of development in aviation, much of the technology and advancements we utilize today would not be available. Previous to the Deregulation Act of 1978, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) monitored and controlled nearly every aspect of the industry. It wasn’t until after the act was released, did the aviation industry begin seeing its true potential in transportation. By the early 1900’s, with the aviation industry just beginning, many enthusiasts

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    UAVs Laws and Legislations The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has produced an expedited certificate of authorization (COA) process for local law enforcement agencies to operate unmanned aerial vehicles. The expedited COA process is part of the FAA's reauthorization legislation - the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (P. L 1 12-95) - which was signed into law by President Barack Obama on Feb. 14, 2012. Federal, state and local government entities must obtain a COA from the FAA before

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    The HIstory of the FAA

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    and acts. The FAA started to take shape in the early 1900's. When the commercial aviation industry was first getting its start many leaders believed that without proper regulation and safety rules, that were set by the federal government, the aviation industry would not succeed. So to achieve their goal Congress passed the Air Commerce Act of 1926. This act made the Secretary of Commerce responsible for making aviation rules, regulations and certifying pilots and aircrafts. It also created an Aeronautics

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