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Ronald L. Schleede

International Aviation Safety Affairs

National Transportation Safety Board

HQ Phone:  (202) 382-6600

Email: r***@***.gov

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National Transportation Safety Board

490 L'Enfant Plaza, SW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20594

United States

Company Description

The NTSB is an independent agency charged by congress to investigate accidents and is led by five board members, chaired by Deborah A. P. Hersman who was appointed to the position by President Obama in 2009. Women In Trucking (www.womenintrucking.org) was es...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

International Society of Air Safety Investigators


Vice President

Australian Society of Air Safety Investigators


Chairman On Major Go-Team Accidents

Human Factors Group


Affiliations

Southern California Safety Institute Inc

Board of Advisors


Flight Safety Foundation Ltd

Member of the International Advisory Committee


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Natural Sciences

Akron University


Web References(64 Total References)


Reachout Committee Members - ISASI

www.isasi.org [cached]

Ron Schleede
Ron Schleede Ron Schleede is internationally known and respected for his contributions to aviation safety during his more than 28 years at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Just before his retirement, he served 6 months as the Director of Investigations for Air at the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, making him the only person in the world who has led major investigation programs for two countries. His career began as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, where he was involved in accident investigations both as a pilot and as a maintenance officer. His NTSB career began in 1972 as a Human Factors investigator serving on major go-team accidents and as a technical specialist on overseas accidents. In 1983, Ron entered NTSB management as Chief of the newly-formed Human Performance Division. In 1985, Ron assumed the position of Chief - Major Aviation Investigation Division, a position he held for 10 years. In this position, he led the senior air safety go-team investigators-in-charge, who were responsible for leading investigations, preparing final reports, and managing NTSB public hearings on high profile accidents. In 1995, Ron became the Deputy Director of the Office of Aviation Safety and assisted the Director with the management of the NTSB aviation program and managed the NTSB's international aviation safety affairs program. In 2002, the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) presented him with the Jerome F. Lederer award for outstanding contributions to technical excellence in accident investigation. His successes included leading the NTSB "ice-breaking" delegations to both China and the Soviet Union in late 1980s and leading the U.S. side of the joint Soviet Union/U.S. Working Group on Aircraft Accident. Additionally he was instrumental in the signing of the U.S./Russia Memorandum of Understanding on Aircraft Accident Investigation and Prevention. From 1990 to 1999, Ron represented the NTSB at the European Civil Aviation Conference annual meetings of the aircraft accident investigation "Group of Experts" Ron attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences from Akron University and holds a Commercial Airplane Certificate with Instrument and Multi-Engine Ratings. He is a member of the Flight Safety Foundation International Advisory Committee. Currently, Ron teaches investigation management and advanced accident investigation for the Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI), where he sits on the SCSI Board of Advisors.


Reachout Committee Members - ISASI

www.isasi.org [cached]

Ron Schleede
Ron Schleede Ron Schleede is internationally known and respected for his contributions to aviation safety during his more than 28 years at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Just before his retirement, he served 6 months as the Director of Investigations for Air at the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, making him the only person in the world who has led major investigation programs for two countries. His career began as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, where he was involved in accident investigations both as a pilot and as a maintenance officer. His NTSB career began in 1972 as a Human Factors investigator serving on major go-team accidents and as a technical specialist on overseas accidents. In 1983, Ron entered NTSB management as Chief of the newly-formed Human Performance Division. In 1985, Ron assumed the position of Chief - Major Aviation Investigation Division, a position he held for 10 years. In this position, he led the senior air safety go-team investigators-in-charge, who were responsible for leading investigations, preparing final reports, and managing NTSB public hearings on high profile accidents. In 1995, Ron became the Deputy Director of the Office of Aviation Safety and assisted the Director with the management of the NTSB aviation program and managed the NTSB's international aviation safety affairs program. In 2002, the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) presented him with the Jerome F. Lederer award for outstanding contributions to technical excellence in accident investigation. His successes included leading the NTSB "ice-breaking" delegations to both China and the Soviet Union in late 1980s and leading the U.S. side of the joint Soviet Union/U.S. Working Group on Aircraft Accident. Additionally he was instrumental in the signing of the U.S./Russia Memorandum of Understanding on Aircraft Accident Investigation and Prevention. From 1990 to 1999, Ron represented the NTSB at the European Civil Aviation Conference annual meetings of the aircraft accident investigation "Group of Experts" Ron attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences from Akron University and holds a Commercial Airplane Certificate with Instrument and Multi-Engine Ratings. He is a member of the Flight Safety Foundation International Advisory Committee. Currently, Ron teaches investigation management and advanced accident investigation for the Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI), where he sits on the SCSI Board of Advisors.


ISASI—Air Safety Through Accident Investigation

www.isasi.org [cached]

Reachout Committee Members | Chan Wing Keong | Caj Frostell | Vic Gerden | John Guselli | Naseem Syed Ahmed | Ron Schleede | Nick Stoss
Ron Schleede Ron Schleede Ron Schleede Ron Schleede is internationally known and respected for his contributions to aviation safety during his more than 28 years at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Just before his retirement, he served 6 months as the Director of Investigations for Air at the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, making him the only person in the world who has led major investigation programs for two countries. His career began as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, where he was involved in accident investigations both as a pilot and as a maintenance officer. His NTSB career began in 1972 as a Human Factors investigator serving on major go-team accidents and as a technical specialist on overseas accidents. In 1983, Ron entered NTSB management as Chief of the newly-formed Human Performance Division. In 1985, Ron assumed the position of Chief - Major Aviation Investigation Division, a position he held for 10 years. In this position, he led the senior air safety go-team investigators-in-charge, who were responsible for leading investigations, preparing final reports, and managing NTSB public hearings on high profile accidents. In 1995, Ron became the Deputy Director of the Office of Aviation Safety and assisted the Director with the management of the NTSB aviation program and managed the NTSB's international aviation safety affairs program. In 2002, the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) presented him with the Jerome F. Lederer award for outstanding contributions to technical excellence in accident investigation. His successes included leading the NTSB "ice-breaking" delegations to both China and the Soviet Union in late 1980s and leading the U.S. side of the joint Soviet Union/U.S. Working Group on Aircraft Accident. Additionally he was instrumental in the signing of the U.S./Russia Memorandum of Understanding on Aircraft Accident Investigation and Prevention. From 1990 to 1999, Ron represented the NTSB at the European Civil Aviation Conference annual meetings of the aircraft accident investigation "Group of Experts" Ron attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences from Akron University and holds a Commercial Airplane Certificate with Instrument and Multi-Engine Ratings. He is a member of the Flight Safety Foundation International Advisory Committee Currently, Ron teaches investigation management and advanced accident investigation for the Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI), where he sits on the SCSI Board of Advisors.


The Crash of TWA Flight 800

akdart.com [cached]

Negroni's primary source was Ron Schleede, then a deputy director of aviation safety at the NTSB.
On the morning after the crash, July 18, an FAA official showed him a radar plot that got his complete attention. [...] He told Negroni, "It showed this track that suggested something fast made a turn and took the airplane. That same morning, said Schleede, "The FAA was working with people at the top secret level.


Flight MH370 an Enigma But Not Unprecedented

www.cashill.com [cached]

Indeed, when Ron Schleede of the National Transportation Safety Board first saw the radar data, he exclaimed, "Holy C-----, this looks bad.


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