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Author: FAA Date: 2001
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About This Series
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The purpose of this series of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Safety Program publications is to provide the aviation community with safety information that is informative, handy and easy to review. Many of the publications in this series summarize material published in various audio-visual products produced by the FAA and used in its Aviation Safety Program.

Some of the ideas and materials in this series were developed by the aviation industry. The FAA acknowledges the support of the aviation industry and its various trade and membership groups in the production of this series. Comments regarding these publications should be directed to the National Aviation Safety Program Manager, Federal Aviation Administration, Flight Standards Service, 800 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20591.


United States Department of Interior
Office of Aircraft Services, Anchorage AK
Eugene "Gene" Ori
Howard Penland
Bart Stone

Federal Aviation Administration
Roger Baker
Anne Graham
Bryan Provine, CAMI

Alaska Air National Guard
Kulis, Alaska, Major Bill Kupchin

Helicopter Aerials
Alpine Helicopters Inc.
Kelowna, B.C. Canada
David Whyte, Vice President
Kent Potter, Mechanic
Kelowna, B.C. Canada
Wayne Grover
Jenf Geffner
Don Dobbin
Bruce Benedict
Kevin Jackson
ERA Aviation, Anchorage Alaska
Terry Bennett
HAI, Dick Wright
Iiiamna Air Taxi, Inc.
Tim LaPorte
PenAir, Danny Seybert

Aircraft Aerials (fixed wing)
Phillips Alaska Inc.
Aviation Dept.
Kuparuk Operations
Walt Remelt
Ron Carlson
Bill Leyman
Don Wilson
Randy Dezlar
Doug Leamon

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Bill Smoke, Tok, AK

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