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The Pilot Factor

Author : Jean Denis Marcellin
ISBN :
Genre : Education
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The Pilot Factor is a new approach to Crew Resource Management (CRM) that will empower your team to achieve a new level of safety and efficiency by learning or acquiring three key skills: Communication, Leadership and Experience. The concepts are introduce through the use of real stories, making The Pilot Factor an enjoyable yet powerful read. The CRM Revolution is coming...
Category: Education

The Primary Factor

Author : Michael Stone
ISBN : 9781445703633
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 31.51 MB
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Primary Factor is a science fiction novel about an android, sent across space to seek out a planet were the dominant life form is killing the planet. His mission is to save the planet from destruction by eradicating the threat. When he crashes on a primitive Earth the question arises, can he survive until these people advance enough to enable him to leave? The discoveries he makes during his early time on Earth will change him forever, but will they be strong enough to prevent him from carrying out his mission? when, thousands of years later, these people become a major threat to the planet. Will he leave in peace, or is his core programming so strong that the human race is doomed? Or can a young computer hacker discover the secret and prevent our extinction?
Category: Fiction

The C Factor

Author : D.A. Ramirez
ISBN : 9781469177342
Genre : Fiction
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The Soviet Union of the late 1970s worried that their military superiority is in jeopardy, steals the formula for solid rocket fuel being used by the United States, but end up with a Pandoras box capable of bringing them to their knees. Dr. George Taylor, cancer researcher and college professor leads a team of doctors and nuclear engineers on a United Nations World Health Organization Inspection to the Ukraine State of the Soviet Union. The teams mission: evaluate the effects of nuclear power usage on power plant site workers, their families and the surrounding communities of several nuclear facilities, one of which is Chernobyl. During the course of the inspections Dr. Taylor is unwittingly drawn into a dangerous mystery which began years earlier in Greenland. The truth of this secret if released could place the entire Soviet social and political system at risk. George will find his loyalties challenged between the goals of the United Nations mission and those of his secret involvement with the Presidents National Security Agency. The height of the cold war is the setting for this mystery, adventure and love story.
Category: Fiction

Multimodal Safety Management And Human Factors

Author : Mr José M Anca Jr
ISBN : 9781409485605
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31.36 MB
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Safety management and human factors disciplines are often regarded as subjective and nebulous. This perhaps stems from a variety of, sometimes disparate, activities in the realms of education, industry and research. Aviation is one of the safety-critical industries that has led the development of safety systems and human factors. However, in recent years, safety management and human factors are seen to be progressing well in the road, rail and the medical arena. Multimodal Safety Management and Human Factors is a wide-ranging compendium of contemporary approaches in the aviation, road, rail and medical domains. It brings together 28 chapters from both the academic and professional worlds that focus on applications, tools and strategies in safety management and human factors. It is a wellspring of the practical rather than the theoretical. Safety scientists, human factors industry practitioners, change management advocates, educators and students will find this book extremely relevant and challenging.
Category: Business & Economics

The Janus Factor

Author : Gary Edwin Anderson
ISBN : 9781118236000
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 62.56 MB
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Tap into feedback loops to unravel market trends and discoverprofitable trading opportunities The Janus Factor presents an innovative theory thatdescribes how feedback loops determine market behavior. The bookclearly shows how the theory can be applied to make trading moreprofitable. The metaphor of the two-faced god Janus is used toreflect alternating market environments, one dominated by trendfollowers and the other by contrarian bargain hunters. In this book, author Gary Anderson puts forth a systematic viewof how positive and negative feedback drive capital flows in thestock market and how those flows tend to favor either sectorleaders or sector laggards at different times. Discusses how to find better performing stocks Outlines when and how to use momentum strategies for bigprofits Addresses when and how to use contrarian strategies Gary Anderson is the winner of the 2003 Charles H. Dow Award,presented by the Market Technicians Association Intellectually challenging and highly practical, The JanusFactor offers insight into market behavior and new methods forcapturing stock market trends.
Category: Business & Economics

Flight Testing Of Fixed Wing Aircraft

Author : Ralph D. Kimberlin
ISBN : 1600860567
Genre : Airplanes
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Annotation The measurement of performance during an airplane's flight, testing is one of the more important tasks to be accomplished during its development as it impacts on both the airplane's safety and its marketability. This book discusses performance for both propeller-driven and jet aircraft.
Category: Airplanes

Pucker Factor 10

Author : James Joyce
ISBN : 0786454059
Genre : History
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“In 1963...there was no way I could have known, sitting in a classroom on that beautiful campus in Ohio, that by raising my hand I would be going to war in Vietnam and that I would see things, hear things and do things that most people cannot imagine.”—James Joyce. The author was drawn into the United States Army through ROTC, and went through training to fly helicopters in combat over Vietnam. His experiences are notable because he flew both Huey “Slicks” and Huey “Gunships”: the former on defense as he flew troops into battle, and the latter on offense as he took the battle to the enemy. Through this book, the author relives his experiences flying and fighting, with special attention given to his and other pilots’ day-to-day lives—such as the smoke bombing of Disneyland, the nickname given to a United States Army–sponsored compound for prostitution. Some of the pilots Joyce served with survived the war and went on to have careers with commercial airlines, and many were killed.
Category: History