DTWSAN wrote:Can someone explain CRM to me; like how does it balance the captain's authority with more authority for the crew to challenge him/her? There sti ll has to be a leader.
agentskelly wrote:The major turning point into the use of CRW was United Airlines 173 back in 1978. While on approach to PDX, the indicator light for I think one of the rear wheels showed it wasn't down so the crew kept the plane in a holding pattern while they tried to address it, while failing to realize they were low on fuel and well, they crashed.
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