The US Office of Special Counsel (OSC) has substantiated a whistleblower complaint alleging that FAA safety inspectors who served on the  Boeing 737 MAX Flight Standardization Board (FSB) were not properly credentialed,  contradicting earlier claims made by senior FAA officials. The whistleblower, an FAA aviation safety inspector (ASI),  had alleged that FAA Aircraft Evaluation Group (AEG) ASIs, including inspectors who sat on the FSBs for the 737 MAX and the Gulfstream ...

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