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Aircraft notes.

What a welcome relief! After a miserable month of March mishap madness, ACC's flight safety record did a one-eighty, not a single incident of flying foolishness in April. We salute commanders and aircrews alike for their refocused attention to detail and back-to-the-basics of aviating as we've flown, fought, and won. As forces continue reconstitution, we implore all to remain vigilant. Despite no longer jinking real AAA and SAMs, the [P.sub.k] of the ground is still 1.0, and you and your wingman may still be on a collision course. Go enjoy a baseball game as we strive to extend our "no-hitter" flight safety streak.
Mishap Statistics Scoreboard

FY03 Aircraft

As of April 30, 2003

 Fatal Aircraft Destroyed

8 AF
9 AF ###### (h)
12 AF # (f, f) (t)
AWFC # (r, r) * (a, a) (q) (o)
ANG (ACC-gained)
AFRC (ACC-gained) # (f)


Class A - Permanent Total Disability; Property Damage $1,000,000 or more

Class B - Permanent Partial Disability; Property Damage between $200,000 and $1,000,000

Class C - Lost Workday; Property Damage between $20,000 and $200,000

* Non-rate Producing

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Title Annotation:military aircraft accident statistics
Publication:Combat Edge
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 1, 2003
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