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    Ever adored that beautiful home the neighbor sleeps in or that astonishing mansion that is owned by some famous artist or actress. Or a college most students like to attend to because it’s such a big and incredible place to be. Well it takes one person to use all their imagination and all sorts of abilities to design those buildings, schools or homes that catch everyone’s attention. Well that one person happens to become an architect. An architect is the one responsible for the remarkable places, they’re the ones who designed the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Empire State building, Sydney Opera House, or the best one of all, the Burj Al Arab Hotel. All these amazing buildings were designed by architects, and man, don’t they get paid for it. Homes that families live in, schools students learn in, malls people shop in, etc., architects are the fantastic Einstein for these unbearable buildings and famous sites in the world, but revealing the educational requirements, travel opportunities, job advancements and salary will want to make anyone become an architect. The educational requirements for architect rely from either a bachelor’s degree or a two or five year educational program. “High school seniors may consider entering a Bachelor of Architecture program to complete a 5 year undergraduate degree” (www.study.com). A regular degree in architecture is four years. But most people have chosen an extra year of study to become more than just a pro at architecture, and create more…

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    Alaska Airline Industry

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    Airlines works together with the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration and Customs and Border Protection to provide the highest level of safety for the passengers that they serve. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is charged with regulating airline safety (FAA, 2016). The FAA manages the traffic of aircraft around and in airports, and it also tracks…

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    The T-Shirt Offer and Picnic Photographs Case Study contained a few questionable actions by the union. This paper will summarize this case. Next, the paper will answer questions in regards to conduct, previous cases, outcome, and predict how the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will rule. Case Summary A free luncheon was hosted by the union a day before the election in a parking lot adjacent to the Young Skin’s plant. The union took pictures and “Union Yes” T-Shirts were given to…

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    Crew Resource Management

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    In 2008, the National Safety Council developed a table illustrating the odds of dying over a lifetime; they determined, a person has a 1 in 98 chance of dying in an automobile accident, while the same person has a 1 in 7,178 chance of dying in an aircraft accident. This means a person is about 73 times more likely to be killed on the road than in the air (Locsin, 2008). The unavoidable problem of perception in aviation is that, unlike auto accidents, air disasters result in a far greater loss of…

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    Earhart Conspiracy Theory

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    Secondly, another deeply credited theory is the belief that Earhart and co-pilot Noonan were ‘Nikumaroro Castaway’s.’ It is speculated both pilots touched down on a remote South Pacific Island called Nikumaroro – now commonly known as Gardner Island. The belief stands that the Electra was running low on fuel implementing fear within the pilots as they began searching for a safe destination to refuel (Howland Island.) Unintentionally, the flight path veered towards the Southwest and they landed…

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    I. Introduction This investigation focuses on the accident that Korean Air Flight 801 met on August 5, 1997 on Nimitz Hill in Asan, Guam. The fatal accident involves issues on Guam Airport’s differences from other airports and the misguidance of the destination airport’s operations. The pilots did not base their tasks on the airport’s systems, they based it on their knowledge and on what they were used to. The cockpit crew’s incorrect decision, miscalculation, and reliance to wrong information…

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    Legendary aviatrix Amelia Earhart most likely died on an uninhabited tropical island in the southwestern Pacific republic of Kiribati, according to researchers at The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR). Tall, slender, blonde and brave, Earhart disappeared while flying over the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937 in a record attempt to fly around the world at the equator. Her final resting place has long been a mystery. For years, Richard Gillespie, TIGHAR's executive…

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    of the 12 flight attendants, and 1 of the 4 flight crewmembers received serious injuries. The other 248 passengers, 4 flight attendants, and 3 flight crewmembers received minor injuries or were not injured (NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD [NTSB],…

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    Florida Everglades Essay

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    Search and Rescue in the Florida Everglades Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Florida Everglades provides a unique challenge due to the remote location and operations can often only be attempted by boat or aircraft. A suitable replacement for manned aircraft in these search and rescue operations could be a quad rotor unmanned aerial system (UAS). Manned aircraft, whether fixed wing or helicopters, are expensive to fly and maintain. A fleet of small quad rotor UAS equipped with a SAR specific…

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    1972 Flight 96 Crash

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    The following disaster summary includes information from The NTSB’s Official Aircraft Accident Report (1973). On June 12, 1972 Flight 96 departed from Detroit at 18:36 and began ascending to cruising altitude. Meteorological information was reported to be very good with light winds and cool temperatures. A post-incident interview with a ramp service agent who loaded baggage on the plane was conducted, and the agent described mild difficulties in closing the aft cargo door. The interview revealed…

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