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Aviation Interest

ASRS CALLBACK

Sound Advice – Listen to the Little Voice
ASRS report narratives frequently contain references to a “little voice” that offers timely advice. The voice, of course, resides within the mind of the reporter and is usually the voice of experience or sometimes just the “vocalization” of a gut feeling. While it is possible to get through some situations despite what a little voice is telling us, the following reports show that the voice usually has something important to say.

Aviation Interest

ASRS CALLBACK

Sound Advice – Listen to the Little Voice
ASRS report narratives frequently contain references to a “little voice” that offers timely advice. The voice, of course, resides within the mind of the reporter and is usually the voice of experience or sometimes just the “vocalization” of a gut feeling. While it is possible to get through some situations despite what a little voice is telling us, the following reports show that the voice usually has something important to say.

Aviation Interest

From NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System

What Would You Have Done?
ASRS continues to receive feedback from CALLBACK readers that our “interactive” issues (requiring readers to assess possible solutions to reporters’ problems) are thought-provoking and educational. On this month’s front page, you will find a selection of incident report excerpts (the “first half of the story”), followed by several plausible answer choices. Select the answer choice for each incident that seems the best course of action. On the back page, you will find the “rest of the story” – the actions actually taken by reporters to resolve their situations.