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The pilots, by their intimate association with this integration of design and operations, in spite of our sometimes overly subjective approach, have much to offer toward the improvement of safety.  We hope that use of this reservoir of information will be made to an increasing extent in the future.

REFERENCES
1.  Lederer, J., Aviation Progress and Safety, S.A.E. National Aeronautic Meeting, 1951.
2.  McFarland, R. A., Human Factors in Air Transport Design, McGraw Hill, 1946.
3.  Howard, B. O., Vice President, Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp., unpublished, 1951.
4.  Raymond, A. E., The Well Tempered Aircraft, 39th Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture, R. Ae. S., 1951.
5.  Roe, R. B., Chief Test Pilot, Sperry Gyroscope Corp., Address to Wings Club(N.Y.), 1951.
6.  McFarland, R. A., Human Factors in Air Transport Design, McGraw Hill, 1946.
7.  Sayen, C. N., President, Air Line Pilots Association, Address to Aviation Writers Association, Washington, 1951.
*  900 hours per year for 30 years at 275 mph.
#  165 million miles(to Dec. 1951) x 1.76 fatal accidents per 100 million miles(all plane average 1948-50)=2.9 fatal acc.

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