Safety leaders visit 314th Airlift Wing

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  • By Senior Airman Aaron Irvin
  • Air Force Safety Center

Air Force Safety Center Vice Commander Col. Rich Carrell and AFSEC Psychologist and Aviation Psychology Career Field Manager Maj. Nancy B. Delaney, BSC, Ph.D., ABPP recently visited Little Rock Air Force Base to talk about aviation psychology, human performance and risk management, specifically air sickness in C-130 aircrew.  

They talked with the flight training unit at Little Rock about aviation psychology, which specializes in human factors and human performance. Aviation Psychologists treat airsickness, fatigue, stress, and more. The goal of USAF Aviation Psychology is optimizing aircrew performance, including maximizing safety and learning from research and previous mishaps.