Medical Examiners Re-Evaluate Mental-Health 'Firewalls'

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The FAA and its aviation medical examiners—physicians who evaluate commercial airline pilots every six months to one year—are considering several options to break through actual or perceived “firewalls” that prevent them from alerting airlines when they observe potential mental-health issues during...

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