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Hosted by Art Tomassetti, the Flight Test Safety Committee produces monthly podcasts to share valuable, relevant, and helpful information across our audience of SETP, SFTE and AIAA members and anyone who is interested in safety. Each podcasts contains information from the latest issue of our digital publication the Flight Test Safety Fact and include a special topic of the month (presentations from Symposia, interviews, panel discussions and much more). The FTSC is officially chartered by th ...
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"I think I can get this done". Positive attitude or prelude to risk? This month I talk with Mike Meier about flight testing competitive hang gliders, decision making and lessons learned along the way. Learn more about Mike HERE A link to his paper is HERE View FTSW Videocasts HERE This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we finish our discussion with Mr. Roy Martin and Mr. Mike Rabens on the things that happen on first flights of new aircraft. A link to their paper is HERE. Plus, our look back in Aviation History has a Starfighter and an Intruder. This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we talk about a great looking airplane from the 60’s, supersonic black bears, and first flight anomalies. Joining me are Mr. Roy Martin and Mr. Mike Rabens who will share the research they have done into the things that happen on first flights of new aircraft. A link to their paper is HERE. Also, join us at this year's Flight Test Safety…
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This month we have some interesting aviation history and the final portion of our discussion with Silv and CFITS talking about a framework for online model validation and risk awareness. Review the paper HERE Flight Test Safety Workshop Information Tony LeVier Flight Test Safety Award This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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It’s our 50th Episode and this month we talk to USAF Testers and PhD's Juan Jurado and Clark McGehee about their recently presented paper OUTCOME-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR ONLINE MODEL VALIDATION AND RISK AWARENESS. Review the paper HERE Someone brought their work to my attention and suggested them for a podcast. Seen or heard something good? Send it our…
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We close out 2023 with the third (and maybe not final) episode of the Battle of the X Pilots. Pigpen and I will talk about testing the STOVL version of the X-32 and X-35 and some of the challenges encountered. Our look back in flight test history talks about a UK test pilot with A LOT of experience. Happy Holidays! Check out EP 44 - Battle of the X…
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Join me this month as I pick up with my good friend Jeff "Pigpen" Karnes for Part 2 of Battle of the X Pilots. In this episode we talk about taking the X-32 and X-35 cross country. Check out EP 44 - Battle of the X Pilots (Part 1) Here X Country In An X Airplane - Download Paper Here This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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A special Halloween themed episode again this year about another seemingly cursed aircraft. This time an AV-8B Harrier. Join me and my guest Col Kevin "Smells" Gross, USMC (Ret) as we recount the terrifying tale of aircraft 163666. And for a little more spooky humor check out this excerpt from the SETP Awards Banquet pre dinner entertainment "The T…
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This month we will pick up where we left off with Marty Rollinger after his episode off the catapult in his F/A-18. If you missed part one check it out first. Marty Rollinger LinkedIn Page Got an exciting aviation story to share, email me at ftsc@flighttestsafety.org See you the last week in September in Anaheim for the SETP Annual Symposium and Ba…
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How ready are you for the unthinkable to happen? This month we are joined by Marty Rollinger, former Marine F/A-18 pilot who shares a harrowing experience he had during pre-deployment carrier operations. Marty Rollinger LinkedIn Page SETP Annual Symposium and Banquet Registration Link This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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In 2000 a fly off happened between the Boeing X-32 and the Lockheed Martin X-35 for a winner take all defense contract. This month I will connect with my long time friend and JSF teammate Jeff "Pigpen" Karnes and we will share our perspectives on flying the demonstrators, the role of test pilots early in a program and managing risk for that stage o…
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This month we have an episode recorded live at the Flight Test Safety Workshop last month. My guests are the 150 attendees of the workshop. We have five visuals you might encounter on any given day that we will discuss applying everything we know about risk management. You can find the slides I used HERE This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Trai…
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This month I share some observations from the recent Flight Test Safety Workshop and we finish our Interview with Ken Katz who shares more lessons learned from the B-1 flight test program. Ken's Bio This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consultingעל ידי FTSCChannel
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During my years of flying and flight test I learned a lot about safety and making decisions relative to risk. But what good does any of that do me in everyday life? Well, turns out it comes in handy. Tell us about a way you apply flight safety to your everyday life. Arrows In The Desert Video Arrows Across America Website…
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This episode will recap the SETP Southeast Section Symposium at Flight Works Alabama in Mobile and hear from aviation legend Bob Hoover on essential test pilot skills. Link to Tony Levier Award Criteria Link to Flight Works Alabama Link to SETP Oral History Videos This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we talked with Tobias van Esselstyn, Director of Flight Test Engineering at Gulfstream about some of the challenges today's test teams face and ideas on how to meet those challenges. Tobias van Esselstyn's Bio Tony Levier Flight Test Safety Award FTSW Call for Presentations Pan Am 1959 Promo Video This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb …
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We close out the year and continue our conversation with Dodge Bailey from last month talking about flying the vintage aircraft in the Shuttleworth collection. Follow the link below to learn more about the collection's unique aircraft. Link to the Shuttleworth Collection Happy and safe Holidays to all and we will be back in 2023! This Podcast is sp…
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This month we talk with test pilot Roger "Dodge" Bailey about flying the incredible assortment of aircraft in the Shuttleworth collection. They fly these aircraft every summer in public demonstrations. He discusses unique characteristics of those aircraft, their approach to training pilots/maintaining currency, and the occasional need to conduct fl…
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Join host Art Tomassetti as he shares stories of frightful flights, terrifying test points and ghostly gremlins. This is a special Halloween edition on the Flight Test Safety Podcast. This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consultingעל ידי FTSCChannel
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Well, this was actually going to be an off month for the podcast given all the events taking place. But with some time on a layover at DFW decided to make a quick trip report from the Society of Experimental Test Pilots Annual Symposium and Banquet. Forgive the background noise and non-standard format as the episode was mostly done with what I had …
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In this Episode we look back in history at a historic flight of the X-15 and pick up our flight test discussion about 3Q. Link to the Sep 2019 FTSF that has Mark’s article about 3Q Link to EFTSW Registration Link to SETP S&B Registration Link to SFTE International Symposium Registration This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consultin…
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In this episode I go out on location for a flight test safety discussion about predicting the future, assessing safety culture and more. Join Mark Jones Jr., Vanessa Rebello, and myself at the 3rd Planet Mothership for part 1 of this interview. (I even get to be one of the interviewees for a little bit) Here is a link to the Sep 2019 FTSF that has …
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This month I spoke with Steve Bush and Stan Swan from the Columbia Aviation Association (CAA) and talked about one of the approaches they have to improving flight safety. You can learn more about the CAA in the link below. Home - Columbia Aviation Association (caapilots.com) This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we will look at how pop culture (well one fairly popular movie from the 80s anyway) can provide lessons in safety. And in our look back in aviation history we will talk about the Dornier DO 31 VTOL Jet Transport . Link to Drury Wood bio Major Drury W. Wood | National Air and Space Museum (si.edu) This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb T…
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This month we talk with Mat McMenemy and Don Grove from Bell about Lessons Learned on the Bell V-280 program and in our look back in history we talk about Neil's Cross Country Flight. Matt McMenemy is the Verification Manager for Bell on the V-280 / Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) program. Don Grove is the Military Chief Pilot for Bell a…
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In our January podcast, I asked for feedback on the pros and cons of simulator mission rehearsals and operationalizing lessons learned. This month I will share some listener feedback along with another real world example of putting flight test skills to practical use. Criteria for the Tony LeVier Flight Test Safety Award. This Podcast is sponsored …
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This month we expand our look back in aviation history on the anniversary of the last flight of the XB-70 Valkyrie. We will talk about this amazing aircraft and hear from the pilot who flew the first flight. SETP Oral History Videos Al White Wikipedia Bio This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we will take a stroll to the lake while we discuss the value of rehearsing flight test missions in a simulator linked to a control room. Great Idea- sure, Common Lesson Learned- absolutely, written into policy or mandated in requirements...well... Listen and share your thoughts with us at Chairman@flighttestsafety.org #flighttestsafety #…
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This month we head back to Trader Sam's and finish our chat with Mike "Sting" Wallace as he reflects on flight testing, lessons learned and his time as President of SETP. #flighttestsafety #FTSCchannel This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consultingעל ידי FTSCChannel
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This month we catch up on location in Southern California with Mike "Sting" Wallace as he reflects on flight testing, lessons learned and his time as President of SETP. #flighttestsafety #FTSCchannel This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consultingעל ידי FTSCChannel
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This month we are trying something new. An episode built almost exclusively from listener feedback on our topic of High Visibility Events and the unique risks that go along with them. #flighttestsafety #FTSCchannel Super Bowl 30 Halftime Show Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHohGSKfgQ0 NASA Shuttle Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aC5…
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This month we continue our interview with Rich Lee as he talks about some of the unique challenges and surprises flying a helicopter into a football stadium for the Super Bowl 30 Halftime Show. #flighttestsafety #FTSCchannel Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHohGSKfgQ0 Rich Lee's Bio located on this page as a direct downloa…
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This month we take a look at the risk involved in high visibility events. And what better high visibility event than a Super Bowl halftime show watched my millions of people. Join my guest Rich Lee and I as we discuss his experience landing a helicopter during the Super Bowl 30 halftime show. Have a thought on Risk and High Visibility events? Send …
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This month we finish our interview with CAPT Jim Wetherbee, USN (Ret) and NASA Astronaut talking about trigger steps, questions he pondered with his space shuttle crew like "How do we prevent all errors?" and discuss using lessons learned. Also, This Week in Aviation look-back, upcoming events, and more! You can find CAPT Wetherbee's bio and link t…
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This month, in addition to our regular this week in aviation lookback and a quick update on the Monarch migration, we talk with CAPT Jim Wetherbee, USN (Ret), NASA Astronaut and Director and author of the book "Controlling Risk in a Dangerous World". You can find CAPT Wetherbee's bio and link to his website below. Jim Wetherbee Bio & Website…
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This month I get to talk to an old friend and current Chief Test Pilot for Joby Aviation, Justin Paines, who shares some of his insights and thoughts on their electric VTOL aircraft. You can find out more about Joby on their website https://www.jobyaviation.com/ and also check out their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnXilf0WzKWoI…
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This month we have part 2 of the interview with NASA Test Pilots Tim Williams and Wayne Ringelberg talking about the work they are doing on the X-57. They share lesson learned and some of the preparations they are doing as they approach first flight. Wayne Ringelberg Bio: https://lnkd.in/gPPyV_A Tim Williams Bio: https://lnkd.in/gF-XNMq General NAS…
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This month we have part one of a two part interview with NASA Test Pilots Tim Williams and Wayne Ringelberg talking about the work they are doing on the X-57. They share lesson learned and some of the preparations they are doing as they approach first flight. We will also take a peek at this month’s Flight Test Safety Fact and highlight some upcomi…
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It’s a small word, it's a simple word but it can be a big and impactful word when used. This month’s focus is on the No-Vote. We start with Space Shuttle astronauts talking about the Challenger and Columbia accidents and then I will share my experience with the No Vote as a pilot and as a leader. BTW Did you know you can find our organizations on s…
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Happy New Year to all! In this episode we will conclude our panel discussion on testing autonomy that we began last month with: Lt Col Kristopher “WigB” Rorberg, DO 452 FLTS Lt Col Ryan “Hal” Hefron, USAF TPS Instructor Capt Joshua “Voodoo” Rountree, 452d FLTS RPA Pilot 1st Lt Avery Leonard, ET-CTF Deputy Chief Engineer Direct PDF Download Link: Te…
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I was watching 2001: A Space Odyssey the other night. Remember when HAL would not open the pod bay doors? Seems like somebody forgot to fully test that system and it got me curious about how exactly you would go about testing something like that. This month we talk to a panel of testers from Edwards AFB who are testing autonomy, autonomous vehicles…
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This month we are heading back to School. US Naval Test Pilot School for a discussion with the Commanding Officer LtCol Rory Feely. He talks about operating the School in 2020 and preparing flight testers for today and tomorrow. LtCol Feely’s official bio can be found by scrolling past the “At a Glance” graphic HERE. A list of the current USNTPS fl…
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What do checklists and a flight test accident from 65 years ago have in common? Find out in this month’s podcast. We will also cover some upcoming events you should know about. NASA/FAA Flight Test Safety Database Dave Houle Flight Test Accident Archive This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting…
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This month we speak with the Test Center Commander for Edwards AFB Major General Chris Azzano for his thoughts on operating in today's environment, advances in flight test and advice for leaders. Click here to see Maj Gen Azzano's Bio This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting: www.time2climb.com…
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Listen this month to my interview with Mark "Forger" Stucky, Lead Test Pilot for Virgin Galactic, talking about commercial space operations along with our regular features and a change in leadership of the Flight Test Safety Committee. Direct Download Link of Op Handbook Mark "Forger" Stucky Bio This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and …
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In this episode you will hear Part 2 of a two part interview with Dr. Nancy Leveson from MIT on System Theoretical Process Analysis Here is the link for Dr. Leveson's home page: Nancy Leveson's Home Page at MIT This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting: www.time2climb.comעל ידי FTSCChannel
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In this episode you will hear Part 1 of a two part interview with Dr. Nancy Leveson from MIT on STPA and STAMP. We introduce a new segment called "On the Web", provide the latest info we have on upcoming events as well as highlights from this month's Flight Test Safety Fact. Here is the link for Dr. Leveson's home page: Nancy Leveson's Home Page at…
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In this episode you will hear Mr. Andy Johnson, the Chief Risk Management Officer at Captive Resources, discuss the 6 E's for developing a safety culture. Tom Huff will recap the recent FTSC Webinar and we will give you the latest info we have on upcoming events as well as highlights from this month's Flight Test Safety Fact. Here is the link for A…
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In this episode you will hear from COL Harry Andonian (Ret) and COL Buzz Aldrin (Ret) talk about meeting challenges and the unknown. We will give you the latest info we have on upcoming events and highlights from this month's Flight Test Safety Fact. Click Here to View SETP Oral History Videos and Transcripts…
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