Specifically About Dudley Crosson

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In 1988 Dudley Crosson started Delta P, an aeromedical safety company. During this time until 2002 he was a consultant in Aerospace Physiology and Human Factors to NASA and a number of space contractors. Since 9/11, he has provided aeromedical safety support for several public safety aviation units and non-DoD aviation units.  Currently, along with his work at Delta P, Dudley Crosson is the Aeromedical Liaison to the medical community for the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA), a Member of the Aerospace Medical Association’s (AsMA) Aviation Safety Committee, a Technical Advisor to the National Park Service, a member of the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) Aviation Advisory Board,  and a member of the US Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) Human Factors Working Group. Previously Dudley Crosson was an Affiliate Professor at the University of Hawaii at Hilo and an Assistant Professor at the Florida Institute of Technology.

Prior to this, he has had various responsibilities including Paramedic, Diving Officer, Lifeguard, and Rescue Swimmer.


Professional memberships include:
Aerospace Human Factors Assoc (AsHFA)
Aerospace Medical Assoc (AsMA)
Aerospace Physiology Society (AsPS)
Airborne Law Enforcement Assoc (ALEA)
Helicopter Rescue and Response Assoc (HRRA)                                                                      International Society of Air Safety Investigations (ISASI)
South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS)                                                            Survival and Flight Equipment Assoc (SAFE)
United States Lifesaving Assoc (USLA)

 
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