1.  Article concerning Philko Aviation, Inc. v. Shacket, 462 U.S. 406 (1983), Directory of Aircraft Prices, June 1984.

2.  “The Lender and Exclusions in Aircraft Insurance,” Directory of Aircraft Prices, March 1985.

3.  Article discussing Puckett v. U.S. Fire Insurance Company, 678 S.W. 2d 936 (Tex. 1984).

4.  “The Price of Your Toys,” Plane & Pilot, August 1985.

5.  “Pilot Certificate Actions and Civil Penalties,” Journal of Air, Law and Commerce, Vol. 52, 1 (1986).

6.  “Aviation Safety and the FAA’s Quality Assurance Program,” 12 Air Law, 58 (1987); reprinted in the Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. IX, No. 2 at 29, Spring 1987.

7.  “The Pilot’s Preflight Inspection Obligations as Relates to a Misfueled Aircraft,” 12 Air Law, 143 (1987).

8.  “Videotaping FAA Inspections,” 13 Air Law, 71 (1988), reprinted in Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. X, No.3, at 24, Summer 1988.

9.  “Aviation Safety Reports and the Pilot,” The GA Pilot, February 1988.

11.  “Reckless Flying and Aviation Safety Reports,” The GA Pilot, March 1988.

12.  “Deadline for Opposing FAA’s Airspace Grab Has Been Extended to May 11, The GA Pilot, April 1988.

13.  “Altitude Deviations,” The GA Pilot, May/June 1988.

14.  “Mode C—Still Causing Controversy,” The GA Pilot, July 1988.

15.  “TCA and ASRA Incursions” The GA Pilot, August 1988.

16.  “Inoperative Aircraft Equipment and the General Aviation Pilot,” The GA Pilot, September/October 1988.

17.  “FAA Implements New Sanction Guidelines,” The GA Pilot, November 1988.

18.  “Proposed Revisions to America’s National Air Space System:  A Crisis in Leadership?” 13 Air Law, 172 (1989).

19.  “Seventh Circuit Vacates FAA Order Denying Exemption to Airline Pilots Over Age 60,” 14 Air Law, 36 (1989).

20.  “Ruling on Medical Certificates,” Journal of the Airline Pilots Association, Vol. 58, No. 4, April 1989.

21.  “Is the FAA’s Medical Application Form Too Ambiguous to Satisfy Due Process, Air Law, Vol. XIV, No. 3 at 109 (1989).

22.  “Is the FAA’s Medical Application Form Too Ambiguous to Satisfy Due Process, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XI, No.3, Summer 1989.

23.  “Report of Alan Armstrong on the Federal Aviation Administration’s Civil Penalty Assessment Demonstration Program,” addressed to Honorable Dan Quayle, President of the Senate and to Honorable Thomas S. Foley, Speaker of the House of Representatives, August 10, 1989, Employed in Giving Testimony to the House Aviation Subcommittee of the United States Congress.

24.  “Report of Alan Armstrong on the Federal Aviation Administration’s Civil Penalty Assessment Demonstration Program,” addressed to Subcommittee on Aviation, Committee on Public Works and Transportation, U.S. House of Representatives, November 9, 1989.

25.  “Testimony of Alan Armstrong before the House Aviation Subcommittee of the United States Congress, November 15, 1989.

26.  “The Defective ATC Clearance and FAA Enforcement Actions,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XI, No. 4, Fall 1989.

27.  “Drug Testing On The Way,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XII, No. 1, Winter 1990.

29.  “What To Do About Defective Clearances,” IFR Magazine, May 1990.

30.  “Are FAA Medical Forms Self-Incriminating?” IFR Magazine, June 1990.

31.  “Guarding Against Altitude Busts,” IFR Magazine, July 1990.

32.  “Altitude Deviations:  The Pilot v. ATC,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XII, No. 2, Spring 1990.

33.  “The Airman’s Information Manual and Pilot-In-Command Responsibility,” (1990), published in IFR Magazine, September, 1990 under the title:  “The AIM:   Regulations in Disguise?”

34.  “Civil Penalties for Pilots:  Demonstration Program Continues,” The Stick Shaker, Summer 1990.

35.  "Completing Medical Forms Can Be Self-Incriminating," U.S. Aviator, August, 1990.

35.  “Pilots Licenses Should be Vested Rights . . . Not Privileges,” Sport Aviation, August 1990.

36.  “A Lawyer’s Conflict of Interest:  Multiple Representation,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XII, No. 3 at 37, Summer 1990.

37.  “The AIM:  Regulations in Disguise?” IFR Magazine,  September 1990.


38.  “Under the Gun:  PIC Liability,” IFR Magazine, October 1990.

39.  “If You’ve Got a DWI Wrap, the FAA Wants to Know,” IFR, November 1990.

40.  "FlightWatch:  Pilot Wins Case Because FAA Couldn't Prove IDentity," April 16, 1990.

40.  “Pilot-In-Command Responsibility,” US Aviator (1990).

41.  “Making a Case:  Defending Cockpit Resource Management,” The Southern Aviator, December 1990.

42.  “Short Takes from the NTSB Docket,” IFR Magazine, January 1991.

43.  “CRM:  The Rightful Defense,” The Stick Shaker, Winter 1990-1991.

44.  “The Rightful Reliance Defense,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XII, No. 4, p. 13, Fall 1990.

45.  “FAA Decrees Driving Records Germane,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XII, No. 4, p. 28, Fall 1990.

46.  “The legalities of Busting Minimums,” IFR Magazine, March 1991.

47.  “Instrument Approaches and Flight Visibility,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 1, Winter of 1991.

48.  “The 609 Ride; Not as Bad as You Think,” IFR Magazine, June 1991.

49.  “The Section 609 Checkride,” Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 2, Spring 1991.

50.  “The Perils of Miscommunication,” IFR Magazine, September 1991.

51.   “Is Careless or Reckless Really a Catchall?”  IFR Magazine, December 1991.

52.  “Careless or Reckless Aircraft Operations,” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4 at 12, Fall 1991.

53.  “Request for Immediate Termination of the FAA’s ‘Assigned’ Pilot Examiner Program,” Feb. 25, 1992.

54.  “The FAA’s New Expungement Policy,” IFR Magazine, March 1992.

55.  “Defending False Statement Charges Relating to the FAA’s Medical Application Form,” Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Vol. 57, Issue 2.

56.  “The FAA’s Expunction Policy Concerning Records of Federal Aviation Regulation Violations,” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIV, No. 15 (Winter 1992).

57.  “Improper Air Taxi: Don’t Even Think About It,” IFR Magazine, June 1992.

58.  “The Gray Area of Illegal Air Taxi Operations,” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2 at 32, Spring 1992.

59.  “The Suppression of Evidence Obtained by the FAA Under Color of ‘Informal’ or ‘Administrative’ Subpoenas,” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XIV, No. 6, June 1993.

60.  “What Does ‘Hold for Release’ Really Mean?”  edited by Alan Armstrong, IFR Magazine, Vol. VIX, No. 6, June 1993.


61.  “LPBA Member’s Success in Raising EAJA Attorney Fees,” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XV, No. 2 at 28, Spring 1993.

62.  “Pireps Don’t Count for Much in Assessing Icing,” “Out of Touch” IFR Magazine, December 1993.

63.  “Should Airmen Be Required to Demonstrate ‘Prejudice’ as a Prerequisite to Dismissal of an Untimely FAA Complaint?” Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Vol. XVI, No. 1 at 11, Winter 1994.

64.  "Navigating in the Zone of Confusion -- Reflections on Illegal Air Taxi Operations," Vol. XXI, No. 2, Transportation Law Journal, 1993.

65.  "The NTSB's Inconsistent View of Undeclared Emergencies," IFR Magazine, September 1994.

66.  "Navigating in the Zone of Confusion -- Reflections on Illegal Air Taxi Operations," by Alan Armstrong, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 1995.


67.  "What is a Reasonable Basis for Requesting a Section 609 Re-Examination?" Vol. XVI, No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal 1996.

 

68.  "Absence of Position Awareness and Poor CRM May have Resulted in the American Airlines Crash in Columbia," Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association, Winter 1996.

69.  "Thoughts from Alan Armstrong on Miscellaneous Aviation Matters," Vol. XIX, No. 1, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 1997.

70.  "May a Captain Reasonably Rely on the Minimum Equipment List for His Aircraft in Activating a Component or System that is a Deferred Maintenance Item?," Vol. XIX, No. 2, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 1997.

71.  "The Trip to Sun 'N Fun - 1998," Vol. XX, No. 2, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal 1998.

72.  "FAA Inspectors and Special Agents Get Authority to Issue Traffic Tickets/ Administrative Actions," Vol. XX, No. 3, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 1998.

73.  “Thoughts from Alan Armstrong on Miscellaneous Aviation matters,” Vol. XX, No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 1998-1999.

74.  “Aircraft Partnership Agreements – Be Careful who you pick as your Partner,” Vol. XXI No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 1999-2000.

75.  “Altitude Busts – Know Your Obligations and Options as a Pilot,” Airline Pilot Careers, August 2000.

76.  “Dealing with DUI Convictions,” Airline Pilot Careers, October 2000.

77.  “Faulty Pre-Flight Check,” “Pilot Protected under PRIA” and “Captain’s Checklist Deviation Upheld,” Airline Pilot Careers, November 2000.

78.  “Pilot Complacency,” Airline Pilot Careers, December 2000.

79.  “How to Buy an Airplane,” Vol. XXIII, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2001.

80.  “Flight Watch (Discussion of Recent Catastrophic Injury Cases),” Vol. XXIII, No. 2,  Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2001.

81.  “Jury Awards Substantial Verdict” and “Firefighter’s Rule,” Airline Pilot Careers, August 2001.

82.  “NTSB Affirms FAA Order Revoking Control Tower Operator Certificate,” Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2002.

83.  “The Federal Aviation Act May Not Completely Preempt Trespass Actions Under State Law,” and “Getting Time in a Texan,” Vol. XXIV, No. 2, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2002.

84.  “Federal Express Developing an Aviation Safety Action Program,” Vol. XXV, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilot’s Bar Association Journal, Spring 2003.

85.  “Flying Tiger Film Proposal,” Vol. XXV, No. 2, Lawyers-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2003.

86.  “Flying at Duxford,” Vol. XXV, No. 3, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall, 2003.

87.  “A Tour of Flight Safety in Atlanta, Georgia,” Vol. XXV, No. 4, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 2003-2004.

88.  “Flying Tigers Honored Jiahjiang International Peace and Culture Festival,” Vol. XXVI, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring, 2004.

89.  “Flight Watch,” including discussion of McFann v. Sky Warriors, Inc., (June 24, 2004).  Vol. XXVI, No. 3, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2004.

90.  “Timeshare in the Air,” Vol. XXVI, Number 4, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 2004-2005.

91.  “FAA Implements Changes to Part 13 of the Federal Aviation Regulations Dealing with Civil Penalty Actions,” Vol. XXVII, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2005.

92.  “Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Reverses the NTSB for its Reversal of a Credibility Assessment Made by Judge Mullins,” Vol. XXVII, No. 2., Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2005.

93.  “Getting it Fixed Right,” The Aviation Consumer, Vol. XXXV, No. 8, August 2005.

94.  “A Trip to Andrews Air Force Base for the Joint Services Open House of 2005,” Vol. XXVII, No. 3, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2005.

95.  “Overcoming the Administrator’s ‘Emergency’ Characterization in Aviation Enforcement Proceedings,” The Air & Space Lawyer, Vol. 20, No. 2.  Fall 2005, pp. 17-21.

96.  “Enforcement Docket:  (1) United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Affirms Lifetime Revocation of Airman’s Certificate; and (2) Mounting a Successful Defense to a TFR Penetration Charge,”  Vol. XXVII, No. 4, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 2005-2006.

97.  “Overcoming the Administrator’s Emergency Characterization in Aviation Enforcement Proceedings,” Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2006.

98.  “FAA Operation Specification A008 – Killing a Flea with a Sledgehammer,” The National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association Newsletter, Summer 2006.

99.  “FAA Operation Specification A008 – Killing A Flea With A Sledgehammer, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal 2006.

100.  “Economic Loss Doctrine May Bar Claims of Damage to Aircraft Caused By Negligent Inspection,” Vol. XXVII, No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter, 2006 – 2007.

101.  “Flightwatch,” Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal 2007.

102.  “The Flying Legends Air Show at Duxford – 2007” Vol. XXVIII, No. 3, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall, 2007

103.    “NTSB Issues an Order Declaring that the FAA Can Ignore Policies in its Own Enforcement Handbook,” Vol. XXVIII, No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring, 2008

104.    "Long Arm Jurisdiction in the 21st Century and Its Relation to Air Crash Litigation," Vol. 16, No. 1, American Association of Justice, Aviation Law Section Newsletter, (Fall 2008).

105.    "Emergency Authority" Vol. XXIX, No. 3,     Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall, 2008.

106.    “Flightwatch,” Vol. XXIX, No. 3, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2008.

107.    “Flightwatch, Airline's ASAP Reports are Discoverable says District Court," Vol. XXIX, No. 4, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter, 2008-09.

108.    "The Flying Tigers and Pearl Harbor - - The Rest of the Story," Warbirds, February 2009.

109.    "Warbird – Weight and Balance - - How Much Do You Weigh?" Warbirds, March 2009.

110.    “Long Arm Jurisdiction in the Twenty-First Century and Its Relation to Air Crash Litigation,” Vol. XXX, No. 1, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2009.

111.     "Warbird Weight and Balance:  How Much Do You Weigh,"

112.    “Office of Inspector General Declares: ‘…General Aviation Presents Only Limited and Mostly Hypothetical Threats to Security,’ ” Vol. XXXI, No. 2, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal Fall 2009.

112.    “Numerous Low Passes by Jet Pilot Result in Revocation of His Certificates,” Vol. XXXI, No. 3, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Winter 2009-10.

113.    “FlightWatch – Two Court Opinions Declare Decisions of the NTSB Must Be Reversed for Departure from Binding Precedent,” Vol. XXII, No. 1, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2010.

114.    Call for a Congressional Inquiry into the Arbitrary and Capricious Decisions of the National Transportation Safety Board, 75 J.Air L. & Com. 3 (2010).

115.     "Emergency Authority," Warbirds, March 2010.

116.    “FlightWatch – D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Reverses NTSB and Declares the Board Departed from Precedent Without a Reasoned Explanation – But the Board Signals Its Intention to Continue to Favor the FAA,” Vol. XXXII, No. 3, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2010.

117.    "Desert Flower -- A Visit to the Planes of Fame Museum in Arizona," Warbirds, February 2011.
            
118.    “Pseudo Second – In – Command Line Checks,” Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, Lawyer Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2011.

119.    “Why is Remedial Training a Low Priority with the FAA?” Vol. XXXIII, No. 2, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2011.

120.     “How can a Foreign Citizen Own an American Corporation and Fly an Airplane in the United States with American Registration?,” Vol. XXXIII, No. 3, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2011.

121.    "When is an Aircraft Airworthy?"  Vol. XXXIV, No. 1, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Spring 2012.

122.    "NTSB Publishes Notice of Proposed Rule Making Concerning Rules of Procedure and Recovery of Attorney's Fees," Vol. XXXIV, No. 2, Lawyers-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Summer 2012.

123.    "A Primer on the Pilot's Bill of Rights," General Aviation Security, Vol. 2, No. 3, Autumn 2012.

124.     "Government Begins Implementation of Pilot's Bill of Rights," Vol. XXXIV, No. 3, Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal, Fall 2012.

 

 

 

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