For this assignment, conduct research and argue the importance of SMS and the NT

For this assignment, conduct research and argue the importance of SMS and the NTSB in accident prevention. Access NTSB’s Aviation Accident Database & Synopses
(Links to an external site.)
to identify an aircraft accident investigation that has been completed. You may choose any type of aircraft and accident that you wish. Then, write a 2-3 page paper, not including the title page and reference page, that explains the accident, the findings, and considers the role of the NTSB, coupled with effective SMS principles, in preventing a similar accident from occurring.
Your paper must be supported by a minimum of three scholarly references, should be grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors. You must include a properly formatted title page, in-text citations where appropriate, and a reference page formatted according to current APA guidelines. If you have any questions regarding APA requirements, please refer to the current APA manual or ask your instructor.
Please refer to the rubric to ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the expectations and grading scale for this activity.
Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters.
Your paper will automatically be evaluated through Turnitin when you submit your assignment in this activity. Turnitin is a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications. Ensure that your work is entirely your own and that you have not plagiarized any material!

For Sections I – V: you must submit a typed, double-spaced paper, in APA format,

For Sections I – V: you must submit a typed, double-spaced paper, in APA format, that is five (or more) pages in length. Please include a title page and an abstract at the beginning of your paper (but these do not count toward page length requirements). Thorough, thoughtful, and well-organized papers will receive the highest grades. **Within the paper, sections I – V must be covered and included, in the order presented below and labeled. The questions are included only for guidance, to make sure that you address each of the sections thoroughly and thoughtfully by addressing the topics of your choice. YOUR ESSAY MUST BE WRITTEN IN PARAGRAPH FORMAT, NOT Q & A!**
The attached document, Career Research Essay Information, provides helpful hints and a loose outline you can use when writing this paper.
Required Components:
Title Page
Abstract
Introduction Paragraph, then:
Section I: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) Information about a specific career in which you are interested. You should include information such as the nature of the work, the environment, the education, skills, training, and personality traits required to be successful, average salaries, the labor market outlook, related position, typical employers, etc. Sources to use include books, periodicals, newspapers, professional journals, and websites. Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What special skills, talents, or personality traits are necessary for this occupation?
■ Where could you gain experience?
■ In what ways are you suited for this career?
■ What personality characteristics or skills do you currently possess that you believe will benefit you in this career?
Section II: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) Information about a specific employer who would hire someone with your chosen career interests. For example, if you want to be a nurse, this section could be about Atrium Health. If you want to be a restaurant manager, this section could be about Chili’s or Chick-fil-A. If you want to be a journalist, this section could be about The Charlotte Observer.
You should approach this part of the assignment as though you were preparing for a real job interview. Topics covered should include the size of the organization, its history, the organizational structure, its culture and/or mission, branches or subsidiaries, clients or customers, products or services, opportunities for promotion, etc. Most medium to large size organizations have this information on their website. However, you are encouraged to research information from other resources other than the organization itself (for example: Hoovers, Uniworld). Other suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What is the prospect for employment in this occupation/with this employer?
■ What factors influence the availability of jobs in this field/with this employer?
■ What is the growth potential for this job/with this employer?
■ What health benefits are available to employees?
■ What health and safety issues are involved in this occupation?
■ What other benefits might this employer provide: vacation time, retirement plan, perks?
Section III: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) A description of the typical career path one follows as he/she advances in this career. What is an entry-level position? What are other names of entry-level positions? Is there more than one path one could take? What are the middle and upper-level positions? Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What is the minimum education required for this job? Maximum?
■ How many years of study are involved? At what cost?
■ Where would you obtain this education? (On-the-job training, junior college, technical school, college, or university?)
■ What are the entrance requirements for these training schools? How many years? Postgraduate?
■ What is the standard beginning wage for this job? In this area? Elsewhere?
■ What is the maximum salary you can expect? Here? Elsewhere?
■ What factors affect the salary range?
■ What expenses are involved in setting yourself up in this profession?
■ How can the “startup” costs be financed, underwritten, or deferred?
Section IV: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages) In order to complete this project, you must include an informational interview with a person who works in your field of interest. The interview may be conducted in person, by phone, by email, etc or you may use a published or recorded interview.
The employer interview is Section IV of the Career Research Project: (20 points of 100 points; the suggested page length is 1 – 2 pages). Students must incorporate the questions and answers into paragraphs using summary and direct and in-direct quotes. This section should be cited as an APA personal communication like this (J. Billings, personal communication, March 22, 2019).
Directions for Section: In order to complete this project, you must include an informational interview with a person who works in your field of interest. There are two ways to do this:
Find someone who works in your field, or as close as possible, and interview them, either in person, via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, etc., or by phone, email, text, etc.(preferred).
Find a published or recorded interview with someone in your career field if you cannot find anyone to interview personally. If you use this option, be sure to cite the source in APA format, and the source must be no more than 7 years old to comply with APA guidelines.
Please try to find someone to interview personally, as you will learn a lot more about the career this way. Make sure to find someone knowledgeable in the field and/or about the company you selected, and please do not choose to interview a close family member. If you cannot locate someone, find a published or recorded interview; our librarians can help you find one if you can’t. It is your responsibility to find this source, but if you are unable to, please reach out to your instructor.
Suggested questions to ask include but are not limited to:
What special skills, talents, or personality traits are necessary, or preferred, for this occupation?
What is the prospect for employment in this occupation, especially in the local area (Rowan and Cabarrus counties)?
What factors influence the availability of jobs in this field?
What should students keep in mind when looking at, pursuing, and/or beginning this type of career (generally or specifically)?
Can you describe a typical day in this, or your, career field?
What are the usual days/hours?
What do you enjoy most about this career choice or your job?
What do you consider to be the most challenging?
Is there anything else you would like to say or share that was not previously asked?
What advice can you give someone who wishes to go into this field?
This section, like the rest of the paper, must be written in narrative, paragraph form, not simply Q&A!!! You should introduce your interview subject (their name, job title, etc), tell a little about them and the interview, and then narrate your conversation. APA format requires that you cite personal communication in text only, in this format:
“I asked Ms. Smith what her favorite part of the day was. She said, “My favorite part of the day is when I successfully help a client reach their goal” (A. Smith, personal communication, November 3, 2002).
Section V: (20 points; suggested page length is 1 page) Finally, your last section will be used to reflect on your research and experience. In many cases, this is the most important section so you should give it plenty of effort and thinking. For instance, reflect on how well you, the author, think you would fit in with this employer. You may need to describe your satisfaction in working in the career field that you have investigated. What did you learn? Suggested questions to answer include but are not limited to:
■ What personality traits/skills do you possess that would make you suited for this job?
■ What “real life” experiences have you had that have prepared you?
■ How has this research confirmed or changed your plans and why?
■ Are there any areas in which you need to continue to develop skills?
■ Which aspects of the field/position do you like/dislike and why?
■ Which aspects/characteristics do/do not fit you as a person and a potential employee?
Conclusion Paragraph
References

References:
The paper must include references from at least six sources (including the interview). To avoid plagiarism, you must cite information gained from other resources using standard, APA format. Refer to your e-Text, the LRC resources, Purdue OWL, or your instructor for further information and guidance.
Grading:
Each area represents a percentage of the total points available for the essay component. Omitting a section will have a significant impact on the final grade

Review the Sample Aircraft Insurance Policy (PDF) download and at the cover pag

Review the Sample Aircraft Insurance Policy (PDF)
download
and at the cover page, assume that you purchased the following limits:
Coverage A: $1 million per occurrence, $100,000 per passenger
Coverage B: $200,000
And:
The pilot endorsement includes:
You, by name, and any other pilot holding a currently valid FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with
Second Class Medical Certificate and have logged at least 500 hours as pilot in command in
the same category and class as the non-owned aircraft.
You are operating a rented aircraft with one passenger on board, attempting to land in a strong and gusty
crosswind, when you lose control. The aircraft departs the runway, the nose wheel strikes a runway light,
and the aircraft flips over.
Answer
Based on the Sample Non-Owned Aircraft policy, will the insurance company pay, (and if so, how
much) for each of the following losses? Cite the policy paragraph(s) relied on for each answer.
(Treat each numbered question as a separate question, rather than a continuation of or follow-on to the
previous question(s).)
Note: You must read the entire policy if you want to have any chance of getting all of these questions correct. Several can only be solved by a careful reading of multiple sections of the policy. If you find a section that seems to apply, ask yourself “what next” and keep reading.
Your passenger, a friend who was along for this recreational flight, is injured, and incurs
$20,000 in medical expenses as a result.
You are injured, and incur $18,000 in medical expenses as a result.
You and your passenger each had an $1,800 laptop computer in the baggage compartment, and each was destroyed in the crash.
Your intended destination was the border town of Douglas, Arizona, but the wind had kicked
up a lot of blowing dust, causing you to mistake the close-by airport in Agua Prieta, Mexico
for the Douglas Airport. You landed there, where the accident occurred. How will this affect
the insurance company’s liability for:
a. damage to the aircraft?
b. passenger injuries?

Operation Restart City airways Write 2500 words Topic – OPERATION RESTART Due to

Operation Restart City airways
Write 2500 words
Topic – OPERATION RESTART
Due to the travel restrictions and cash flow issues, the existing fleet of 20 A320 and 20 A330 aircraft has been grounded. The CFO of ‘City Airways’ has been able to refinance the restart of the airline.
Imagine you are the Postholder of Operations and are participating in the project “Operation Restart”.
The CEO has asked you to propose considerations for City Airways to restart operations. You are being asked to elaborate a proposal with the considerations that in your opinion will provide the greatest benefit. Obviously, there is no solution without drawbacks which presents a great challenge to your arguments.
Your task is to come up with considerations to solve (or at least tackle) the problems imposed by COVID 19 on your Airline. For the options you selected, your brief is to address the following issues:
è Critically analyze in-depth the pros and cons of your considerations.
è Be prepared that your paper is challenged by the airline executives and the pilot unions, i.e. you need to give the drawbacks of your options sufficient thought in regard to mitigating their negative impact.
è Provide clear recommendations

The Research Paper must be between 10-12 pages double spaced, not including the

The Research Paper must be between 10-12 pages double spaced, not including the cover and
citation pages.

Need an abstract by Sunday, June 13th 6:00 pm
Final produce should include
Abstract (page 2) Research Paper Abstract, with any suggested corrections
Article Summaries (pages 3-8)
Conclusion (pages 9-12)
Citations in APA formatting, including in-text citations

Your task is to choose a pin-fin heat exchanger and investigate its current use

Your task is to choose a pin-fin
heat exchanger and investigate its current use on aircrafts. Areas such as installation limitations, performance
(heat transfer and pressure drop), manufacturing challenges and further
development should be discussed. Alternative heat
exchanger design options (e.g., pin layout, pin
shape, manufacturing, materials, etc.) should be explored, the
advantages and disadvantages of alternatives explored and a recommendation offered. The
report should not be more than 1000 words and should follow a professional
template.

Provide a thorough and complete answers to the following scenarios: You receive

Provide a thorough and complete answers to the
following scenarios:
You receive a letter from an FAA inspector stating that the
agency is investigating a report of a specific event that occurred twelve days
ago. The letter describes what the FAA believes was your involvement in the
event that may have been in violation of some FARs. The letter invites your
written response. You were there on the date they mention and were exercising
the privileges of your certificate but feel strongly that they’ve got the rest
of their facts all wrong.
Answer this scenario, being sure to address the following:
Will you respond to this letter, and why? What laws should you be aware of in
this situation? Name those laws and describe them. If you have any text from
the law, add it to your answer.

-Title page + 5 FULL pages + reference page -no abstract -headings required -in

-Title page + 5 FULL pages + reference page
-no abstract
-headings required
-in-text citations required
-at least 2 of the references must be scholarly references, do not use Wikipedia or any blogs as references
-12pt font, times new roman, 1 inch margin, double spaced
-must be saved as a .doc or .docx file format
-do not write in first person, rather write it in third person. (this is not an opinion paper)
-summarize and paraphrase more than direct quotes
– Limit to 1 block quote
-only 1.5 pages of History

For this assignment, you will conduct research and compare the performance capab

For this assignment, you will conduct research and compare the performance capabilities of aircraft based on design. You will write a 2-3 page paper, not including the title page and reference page, comparing the performance capabilities of two differently-designed aircraft. You may choose any two aircraft that you wish. Remember to provide the appropriate performance data for your selected aircraft. In your discussion, include how aircraft design results in similarities and differences between the aircraft, and the performance limitations of your aircraft.
Your paper must be supported by a minimum of three scholarly references, should be grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors. You must include a properly formatted title page, in-text citations where appropriate, and a reference page formatted according to current APA guidelines. If you have any questions regarding APA requirements, please refer to the current APA manual or ask your instructor. Please also have a turnitin %score