NTSB Cites 'Punitive Culture' In 2013 Alaska Crash »

The NTSB said Wednesday a "punitive culture and inadequate safety management" along with poor weather caused the crash of an Alaska Department of Public Safety helicopter on March 30, 2013. The single-engine Eurocopter crashed in wooded and snow-covered terrain east of Talkeetna, killing the pilot, another state trooper and the snowmobiler they had just rescued. More

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