This report outlines the role of the Military Air Transport System in the Air Forces’ effort to conserve the force now in being and its combat capability through the prevention of accidents. It shows the need for conservation and preservation of capabilities to wage a modern technological or conventional war. Discusses the identification and elimination of personnel error as cause factors; and experience gained through accident investigation; reducing the probability of human failure by selection of personnel, clearly defined operational procedures and controlled supervision are also reviewed and discussed.
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