DeltaGuy
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Old C-141 CRM Video?

Thu Jun 25, 2009 2:32 pm

I'm looking for an old C-141 CRM video, it profiled a flight from Antarctica with an emergency landing in New Zealand, it's called "MAC 249, What Are Your Intentions?"

The synopsis was "The Crew of a C-141 Starlifter is confronted with a partially retracted landing gear problem upon takeoff for a trip to New Zealand. At several points during the flight the aviators must confront and solve problems associated with the broken gear.. and the viewer is asked what he would do as well. Because of the complexity of the problem there are numerous alternatives that must be considered, along with the need for acquiring additional information and keeping mindful of fuel-burn in relation to the targeted airport destination."


So, does anyone know where I can find this video? The various C141 fan sites don't seem to have anything.

Thanks!
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RE: Old C-141 CRM Video?

Fri Jun 26, 2009 1:53 pm

I would call USTRANSCOM public affairs office and ask to be put in touch with the command historian. If you get a copy I would also send a copy to http://www.c141heaven.com

Office of Public Affairs
United States Transportation Command
Scott Air Force Base, IL 62225-5357
(618) 229-4828
USTCPA@ustranscom.mil


(13) "MAC 249, What Are Your Intentions?"
[U.S. Air Force:
Produced by 1352nd AVS/DOPV under contract with Aerospace Audiovisual Service MAC for U.S. Air Force
607704DF.]
Running time: 20 mm. 30 sees.
An examination of aircrew coordination and teamwork is presented in this training film which can be easily adapted for use with commercial pilots. The Crew of a C-141 Starlifter is confronted with a partially retracted landing gear problem upon takeoff for a trip to New Zealand. At several points during the flight the aviators must confront and solve problems associated with the broken gear.. and the viewer is asked what he would do as well. Because of the complexity of the problem there are numerous alternatives that must be considered, along with the need for acquiring additional information and keeping mindful of fuel-burn in relation to the targeted airport destination. There are natural breaks in the film that allow the CRM coordinator to discuss with seminar participants what they would do if they were the crew aboard the C-I 41. The results of those discussions can then be compared with the actual decisions reached (and results achieved) by the Starlifter aviators as they attempt to complete their mission successfully.
 
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RE: Old C-141 CRM Video?

Mon Jul 06, 2009 3:08 pm

Fsnuffer, many thanks for the gouge and the contact. Will try to sit on hold with them and try to find a copy.

Cheers,
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