AmCRAFT ACCIDENT ANALYSTS:The following letter has been received from Headquarters, Army Air Forces,Office of Flying Safety, Winston-Salem 1, N. C.:"Dear Editor:This office is interested in securing former WASPs for posi-tion as Aircraft Accident Analyst, $2000 per annum, plus overtime,for training period of three to six months; first salary advance-ment $2300 per annum, plus overtime. The position will be locatedat Hq AAF, Office of Flying Safety, Winston-Salem, North Carolina,during and after completion of training period. Inclosed is des-cription of the duties of an Aircraft Accident Analyst in thisoffice, and the necessary qualifications.Housing in Winston-Salem is critical; however, suitable roomsare available.Interested persons should submit to this office Standard Form57, which may be obtained from any Civilian Personnel Office, CivilService Office, or Post Office. 'It is requested that if your office has any inquiries regard-ing this position, this information be furnished, or further infor-mation may be obtained by writing to this office, to the attentionof Civilian Personnel Officer.Yours very truly,/S/ F. W. GerhartCaptain, Air CorpsChief, Civilian PersonnelSectionQUALIFICATIONS:1. Be a rated pilot.2. Sufficient background to intelligently analyze the causes foraircraft accidents.
Be proficient in flying the type and model of airplanes assign-ed for evaluating.
Sufficient educational and/or mechanical background to accurate-ly evaluate aircraft accidents.
Possess qualities of leadership necessary to effectively super-vise and direct military and civilian personnel in the section.
Sufficient literary ability to organize and publish reportspertinent to the causes and prevention of aircraft accidents.