The first set of files (folder 1-25), the Aviation Files, include aviation law reports; congressional testimony; correspondence; bibliography; bulletins & newsletters (NASA, Society of U. S. Naval Flight Surgeons); the Federal Register; published conference papers (AIAA, SAE); data from research studies; magazine advertisements; newspaper articles (copies); notes; petition for rulemaking (of the FAA by the Association of Flight Attendants); conference presentation typescripts; reprints; student papers; technical reports (AGARD, NRSB, USASC, and U. S. Department of Transportation); technical papers by the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers); & trade journal articles (Aviation Safety, and Professional Pilot). Topics include, among others: airplane crashes, impact, & factors affecting survivability (bulk); aircraft crashworthiness; aviation safety; air traffic controllers; aircraft design (engineering); human factors; and pilot fatigue. Dates: 1971-1972; 1974-1978; 1980-1992; undated.
The second set of files (folders 26-37) are the Fatigue files and include journal articles, handbook, papers, reprints, and reports about flight fatigue, biological rhythms, occupational fatigue, and transportation operator fatigue. Dates: 1966; 1974; 1982-1988; 1990; 1993; 1999; undated.
[Folder 019/002] AGARD (Advisory Group for Aerospace Research & Development) -- Advanced Techniques in Crash Impact Protection & Emergency Egress from Air Transport Aircraft by R. G. Snyder. — 1976. — 1 folder