Revelations from over 30 years as an Federal Aviation Safety Inspector with varied assignments worldwide. Including enforcement of the FAA Regulations, Certification and Surveillance Air Carriers and Airmen, Accident Investigations, providing technical assistance to foreign Civil Aviation Authorities, Auditing Air Carriers and Supervising other inspectors. The author details the inner workings of the agency charged with a Congressional mandate to maintain the safest National Airspace System in the world. Williams' stories include incredible personal experiences he witnessed in various assignments from Alaska, the FAA Academy, FAA Washington Headquarters and foreign assignments worldwide.
About the Author
Larry Williams' 34-year FAA career varied from Air Traffic Control Specialist, Aviation Safety Inspector, FAA Academy Instructor, FAA Headquarters Specialist and Supervisory Inspector before retiring in 2010. He now works as an international aviation consultant. His first book, Surviving an FAA Ramp Inspection, was published in 2012.