Anthony Broderick, former top safety official at FAA and aviation safety consultant, died Dec. 30 in Bealeton, Virginia, following a long illness. He was 75. Known throughout industry circles as Tony, the influential aviation safety expert joined the US Department of Transportation's Transportation Systems Center in 1971. Broderick's work in several areas, including ozone reduction, led him to FAA in 1976, where he joined the agency's Office of Environment and Energy High ...

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