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Illinois Man Sentenced in Connection with Falsifying Airman's Medical Certificate Application and Operating a Helicopter Without a Required Airman's Certificate
On October 25, Randy A. Sanders was sentenced in U.S.
Illinois Man Pleads Guilty To Flying a Helicopter Without A Valid Pilot's License And Falsifying An Application For Airman's Medical Certificate
On July 26, Randy A. Sanders pled guilty in U.S.
Two Defendants Charged With Conspiring To Produce And Transfer Without Lawful Authority Identification
On April 18, Stephen Lawrence Gatlin, a former flight procedures instructor for Delta Air Lines (Delta) pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Atlanta, GA to two felony counts of falsifying FAA Temporary Airman Certificates (TACs).
Florida Aircraft Parts Supplier Convicted on Fraud Charges in Connection with False Certifications on Flight-Critical Parts
On November 20, a federal jury in Miami, FL convicted George Myles, Jr., owner of Miles Aviation, Inc., on 13 of 14 counts of lying about the condition of aircraft parts in violation of the Aircraft Safety Act of 2000.
California Aircraft Parts Brokerage and Manager are Convicted of Conspiracy and Fraud Involving Misrepresentation of Aircraft Parts
On July 10, following a two-week trial, Standby Parts, Inc. (Standby) an El Segundo, CA aircraft parts brokerage and Herik Johansen, its operator/manager were found guilty in U.S.
As required by Congress, we publicly issued our third quarterly assessment of the savings Amtrak has achieved from operational reforms.
On September 20, the Acting Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Aviation Subcommittee regarding aviation safety.
On August 31, David Allen DeSantis pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Milwaukee, WI to charges of submitting a fraudulent statement on a FAA application for an airman medical and student pilot certificate in August 2001.
Significant Improvement in Motor Carrier Safety Since 1999 Act but Loopholes for Repeat Violators Need Closing
On April 21, we issued a final report on our audit of FMCSA’s implementation of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act (MCSIA) of 1999.