Driven by his faith and remorse, FAA safety engineer Joe Jacobsen is going public with his concerns about the FAA’s certification of Boeing’s 737 MAX.
 (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Driven by his faith and remorse, FAA safety engineer Joe Jacobsen is going public with his concerns about the FAA’s certification of Boeing’s 737 MAX. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Boeing & Aerospace

FAA safety engineer goes public to slam the agency’s oversight of Boeing’s 737 MAX

In a detailed letter to a family that lost a daughter in the Boeing 737 MAX crash in Ethiopia two years ago, and in interviews with The Seattle Times, a veteran FAA engineer gave the first insider account of the agency's response to the MAX crashes.

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