Flight Test Safety Committee

The Flight Test Safety Committee (FTSC) was formed jointly in November 1994 by members of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots (SETP), the Society of Flight Test Engineers (SFTE) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). These and numerous additional organizations presently comprise the FTSC. The purpose of the FTSC is to initiate and sustain a flight test related safety organization intended to promote flight safety, reduce the risk of mishap, promote risk reduction management and continually improve the profession's communication and coordination.

Jeff Greenwood, Bell

Jeff Greenwood
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Jeff Greenwood joined Bell  as an experimental test pilot in 2006. While at Bell Jeff has accomplished development flight test on the 412 EPI, 407 GX, AW 609, QARTR research vehicle and the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH). As an AW 609 test pilot he conducted high rate of descent (VRS) testing and power off airplane mode to conversion mode transitions. Currently Jeff is participating in certification flight test for the Bell ODA, an active FAA flight test pilot DER and is on the Bell 525 Relentless flight test team. Prior to joining Bell Jeff served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a UH-1N pilot from 1992-2005. In 2000 Jeff joined HX-21 where he was a project pilot on the UH-1Y/AH-1Z Upgrades program and the US. Coast Guard MH-68A Dynamic Interface program.   Jeff joined the Flight Test Safety Committee as a board member in 2014.