NATA is committed to improving the safety record of owners and operators of NAA military aircraft (primarily trainers), and maintaining an excellent safety record at its formation clinics.
The Safety Committee maintains a database of mishaps related to these aircraft, conducts research and analysis of these data, and develops policies and programs to help prevent mishaps.
In addition, the committee represents NATA throughout the industry, working cooperatively to improve safety with owners and other organizations such as the FAA, NTSB, Boeing (type certificate holder), EAA Type Club Coalition. Our efforts also support continued operation of NATA aircraft, such as the AMOC for AD 2005-12-51 affecting AT-6, SNJ and Harvards (AMOC information here
As warbird owners and operators, many NATA members honor the veterans who flew these aircraft in training and in combat. By doing so safety, we can also do our part to preserve their legacy.
This Safety section contains information to help members more safely operate their aircraft. The public only has access to this introduction page and the Accident Review Database pages. Members must log in to access all the safety pages.