US FAA and the National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. union signed an MOU regarding management of controller fatigue that "reinforces existing FAA policy that prohibits air traffic controllers from sleeping while they are performing assigned duties," according to an agency statement. FAA added that it and NATCA "also agreed that all air traffic controllers must report for work well rested and mentally alert.It is the employee's responsibility to notify ...

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