A-200 Mishap Review - USFS

Fiscal Year 2009

NTSB regulation 831.13 Flow and dissemination of accident or incident information generally states that “Parties to the investigation may relay to their respective organizations information necessary for purposes of prevention or remedial action. However, no information concerning the accident or incident may be released to any person not a party representative to the investigation before initial release by the Safety Board without prior consultation and approval of the IIC.

This is PRELIMINARY information, and is provided for accident prevention purposes only


The information contained in the following videos

was captured from presentations given at the

Fall 2008 Aviation Centered Education (ACE)

held in Boise, ID on Nov 3 – 7, 2008



Below are links to a Video presentation for each accident/incident, please make sure you have sound turned on and that you have the Flash plugin Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer.

Stockton, UT
April 25, 2009
NTSB ID: WPR09GA216
Presenter: Jim Morrison
Video play time: 5:54

Willow Creek, CA
July 17, 2009
NTSB ID: WPR09TA353
Presenter: Jim Morrison
Video play time: 6:40
Willow Creek, CA
July 21, 2009
NTSB ID: WPR09TA356
Presenter: Jim Morrison
Video play time: 3:53
Weaverville, CA
August 5, 2009
NTSB ID: LAX08PA259
Presenter: Jim Morrison
Video play time: 6:37
USFS Incidents with Potential
Date: Various 2009
Presenter: Jim Morrison
Video play time: 18:11
Safecoms:
K-Max N312KA July 31, 2009
K-Max N134WC August 1, 2009
MD600 N60BK August 10, 2009
Lockheed P2V Neptune--Tanker 43, No Safecom