Aeromedical

Third-Class Medical Reform Included In Defense Bill »

Third-class medical reform could get another chance of making it to a congressional vote via a defense funding bill that moved through the Senate’s Armed Services Committee this week. The committee voted 23-3 in favor of the bill, which would authorize $602 billion for the Department of Defense and other national security programs. More

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FAA Taking Its Time On... »

If the increasingly strident messages from the FAA about ADS-B equipage have you feeling the slightest pangs of guilt that you haven't written the check yet,... More

Germanwings: Privacy vs.... »

Privacy will definitely lose this round and probably should. But I don't envy docs having to decide who's not mentally fit to fly. More