We make flying safer than sitting on a United airplane. 

-Regulates all aspects of civil aviation to promote safety.  

-Developing and operating aircraft control and navigation for civil and military aircraft.

  -Develops ways to control aircraft noise and other environmental effects of civil aviation.

  -Makes flying easier and safer.

 -Encourages and Regulates the U.S. commercial space transportation industry.

-Builds or Installs visual and electronic aids to make air navigation easier.  

 

Federal Aviation Administration

-FFA

The purpose of the FAA is for relief. 

Nathan Ludwick

1958-Present

The FAA still exists to this present day.  It is still regulating aviation and making our travels safer.  

The FAA helps aircraft transportation become safer and easier to travel so no one that flies on an aircraft will get injured and no one will get lost.  We are able to fly from one side of the country to another safely because of the thing FAA has done in the past 59 years.  Without the FAA more planes would be getting lost and more planes would be crashing.  

President Franklin D. Roosevelt 

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  • Won presidency four times
  • Ran For Vice President in 1932, which he lost
  • Attended Law School
  • Created New Deal
  • Also later on in 1935 made a second New Deal
  • He set up TERA which by 1932 was helping  one out of every 10 families in New York
  • He was reelected as governor in 1932
  • Once he was inaugurated in 1933 the Great Depression had reached desperate levels. 
  • He declared the country would continue to prosper as it has before 
  • Began his first hundred days as president by closing banks until congress could pass reform legislation 

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