NTSB Air Race and Air Show Safety Hearing Wraps in DC


The NTSB’s Air Race and Air Show Safety Hearing just wrapped up in Washington.  I was able to watch the last hour or so.  If, like me, you missed part or all of it, the NTSB’s website indicates that the webcast will be available in archived form as early as this evening.  I’ll be checking the NTSB’s web page for the hearing (http://www.ntsb.gov/news/events/2012/air_show/index.html) this evening and,  if the archived version is available early enough, I might try to get through all of it and do a post or two with my thoughts (such as they are).


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