Annual Award to Recognize Aviation Safety Contributor Since 1945 Flight Safety Foundation has made Awards 2020 winner is John Goglia In 1945, the beloved wife of a Knoxville, TN minister was killed in a crash….
Rosie the Riveter at AirVenture with Feith and Goglia Two famous Rosie Paintings– Rockwell and Miller Song and film Many Rosies!!! Messrs. Feith and Goglia, while at the EAA AirVenture, were recently photographed with “Rosie…
John Goglia was recently awarded the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award and named Chairman of the Board of the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA). Congratulations, John!
The work of an AMT does not receive adequate praise. The Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award should not just be an honor within the aviation industry, but should attract the attention of the general press!
The ultimate goal of the Safety Management System discipline is to proactively identify risks. Everyone in the organization must be actively involved in being aware of potential risks, identifying them to the SMS committee and investing in the solution selected.
There is a fear of over regulation based on drone sightings by pilots, but the FAA is aware of and has reported about the false reporting.
Goglia’s persistent safety efforts appear to have convinced United Airlines to review what child restraints are permissible on board.
John Goglia, the NTSB Member who chaired the NTSB hearing on the 1996 ValuJet crash in the Everglades, has written an insightful recollection of that tragedy.