Reporting of Laser Illumination of Aircraft
Laser Exposure to AircrewBy CAPT Matt Rings, NAMI Aerospace Ophthalmologist
Aviation DCS Hotline: (850) 449-4629 -- The Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI) is the world's leader in aerospace medical standardization and education. NAMI encourages flight surgeons and aviators to call their Aviation Decompression Sickness Consultative hotline at (850) 449-4629. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing expert, real-time support to Flight Surgeons and aviators involved in suspected or confirmed altitude-associated decompression events.
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**The email submission feature on the Part A, Part B, and Part C forms no longer works due to an Adobe Reader DC software issue.**
Amended Aviation Physiologic Episode Reporting Requirements For All Naval Aircraft
Please click the following link for submission instructions, (PET Form Submission Instructions).
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