Government Regulation of Aircraft Emergency Services Revisited

The Crash of United Flight 232

Is realistic training needed for emergency response/management personnel in light of the fact that disasters like the one depicted are rare?
Can we, in fact, mitigate loss by having systematic processes in place for responders?
Is it possible to train responders to a standard methodology to allow for cross-functional understanding and interoperability?
Is there a cost benefit (bang for the buck) in having a government-sponsored emergency management/coordination body?

Thinking about those questions, comment on federal control vs. local direction. Do we have a system in place now that is functional or does it need work? Do the appropriate CFR sections/parts reviewed during this course support your position? If you were the guru of ARFF, what would you do to improve the process?

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