Iraq accidents

 

 

Accident records from Iraq have only been made available erratically. Most investigations were made by the organisation that suffered the accident. When the UN made investigations prior to the US invasion, those investigations were generally shallow and often show a surprisingly defensive caution and bias. The current US controlled MAC has not made any accdident reports available, but a few have been sourced by other routes.

These reports are NOT numbered in a progressive date sequence.

From a "lessons to be learned" point of view, my current top ten for Iraq (in no particular order of preference) are:

DDASaccident429: DDASaccident358: DDASaccident514

DDASaccident310: DDASaccident357: DDASaccident501:

DDASaccident079: DDASaccident356: DDASaccident307

DDASaccident542:

 

DDAS accident number

DDASaccident006.pdf

DDASaccident008.pdf

DDASaccident077.pdf

DDASaccident078.pdf

DDASaccident079.pdf

DDASaccident080.pdf

DDASaccident081.pdf

DDASaccident116.pdf

DDASaccident304.pdf

DDASaccident305.pdf

DDASaccident306.pdf

DDASaccident307.pdf

DDASaccident308.pdf

DDASaccident309.pdf

DDASaccident310.pdf

DDASaccident311.pdf

DDASaccident354.pdf

DDASaccident356.pdf

DDASaccident357.pdf

DDASaccident358.pdf

DDASaccident359.pdf

DDASaccident360.pdf

DDASaccident361.pdf

DDASaccident384.pdf

DDASaccident388.pdf

DDASaccident426.pdf

DDASaccident429.pdf

DDASaccident501.pdf DDASaccident514.pdf DDASaccident516.pdf
DDASaccident517.pdf DDASaccident519.pdf DDASaccident524.pdf
DDASaccident542.pdf DDASaccident812.pdf  
     

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