Reporting of Laser Illumination of Aircraft New!
Laser Exposure to Aircrew By CAPT Matt Rings, NAMI Aerospace Ophthalmologist New!
Ebola Information New!
T-45 Physiological Episode Team (PET) Forms
FA-18 and EA-18G PET Forms(May 2012 Version)
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.
Fatigue Resource Packet Aviation Part 1 (pages 1-38) New!Fatigue Resource Packet Aviation Part 2 (pages 52-98) New!Fatigue Resource Packet for Shipping New!Sleep/Fatigue Videos and Other ResourcesFatigue / FAST (also for NMCI computers)
Heat Stress Resource Packet New!Cold Water Survival Information Packet New!Cold Weather Flying and Survival Information Packet New!
Supplements Information PacketDecompression Sickness Resource Packet
Approach Magazine 2003-2012 Table of Contents
Revised Instructions For Submitting Toxicology Samples for Aeromedical Analyses/Mishaps
Human Factors / HFACSMishap Plan
Articles and Information
Flight Surgeon Duties
Pocket Reference Guide
Back Pain in the Asterisk!
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