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Volume

8

Issue

1

Publisher

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Abstract

Those of us who are in some way affiliated with a university-based professional-pilot preparation program boast about our ability to prepare our graduates for careers as professional pilots employed by major air carriers. Some of us even talk about subjects such as crew resource management and imply that the corporate culture at any air carrier can have a significant effect on the safety and efficiency of flight operations. If this is true, then we must recognize that the corporate culture of our educational institutions has a significant effect on the professional preparation of our graduates.

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