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Fatigue Survey for Master's Thesis

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If I was on the thesis comittee that hears your defense, I'd fail you in a heart beat. Any dipstick with a computer can take that survey and you have no way of verifying your results.

If you want your Masters, you would be best served to call some chief pilots, ask them for permission to sample their pilots and sweeten the pot with sharing the results AND a confidentiality agreement that holds you liable if the results (about their airline, not the sum) are leaked to the press.

Just some friendly advice. Hope it works out for you either way.
 
Here is a thesis:

SIX legs, 15 hour duty day!

I is be one tired fool!

Nighty Nite Nite!!!!!!
 
I think it belongs in the regional section. It has way more to do with the regionals than it does with training and or flight instruction.
 
Here is a thesis:

SIX legs, 15 hour duty day!

I is be one tired fool!

Nighty Nite Nite!!!!!!

Here's a better thesis:


no brain
still a regional f/o
absolutely the biggest ass on FI!

Nighty Nite Nite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
I understand all you want to do is graduate from Riddle.

But your study is to ask pilots who work constant 16 hour days IF they feel tired?

I wonder if Harvard (your sister University) does their studys with the same depth and quest for knowledge. Do you mail in the results or do you just have to say the study is done and you pass?
 

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