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Should a super loud siren go off inside the Tower everytime an Airplane gets near,so controllers can wake up?

Apparently lazy government lackeys are incapable of staying awake on the job,perhaps they just need some help.

Asked By: August For President - 4/16/2011
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Train engineers have to depress an alarm button every 45 to 60 seconds to keep the train from coming to an automated stop. This is to make sure they are awake. This system came in when they reduced the crew in the cab from two to one. The button sounds a loud alarm so they can't sleep. Air Traffic Controllers should... More
Answered By: ohbrother - 4/16/2011
Additional Answers (8)
Some kind of alarm could be helpful.
Answered By: James L - 4/16/2011
 
did you see that filth-ball Joe Biden snoozing away during Hussein barack's speech? They should let HIM be an airtraffic controller.
Answered By: JJ - 4/16/2011
 
we should have hired and trained new controllers in the past 10 years,there is a shortage, some controllers are scheduled to work 16 hour days, there should always be two people in a tower. They should not be sleeping, but if they would have better conditions it would not happen
Answered By: Scott walker sucks koch - 4/16/2011
 
For the amount they get paid, staying awake shouldn't be a problem.
Answered By: Cybi - 4/16/2011
 
Since the Obama administration started instituting the policy of replaying Obama speeches into every federal office and federal work station, most employees are nodding off (also okay with new Union rules). Just end that policy, and no more planes circling the airports.
Answered By: Phil McGroyen - 4/16/2011
 
We should start properly funding government services. This is what happens when cut cut cut. Good job contards.
Answered By: Fox is Propaganda - 4/16/2011
 
Just use video cameras that are on all the time and cover every controller's station. Fall asleep even one time, and you are fired.
Answered By: sandplant16 - 4/16/2011
 
you are fanny
Answered By: badspeller - 4/16/2011
 
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