The FAA lost another opportunity to reestablish quality performance standards among air traffic controllers. The Reagan Washington National Airport's air traffic controller who fell asleep on the job should have been fired before he left the building. I have rotated through the midnight shift alone for almost 20 years in the control towers at Baltimore Municipal, New Castle (Del.), and Philadelphia International airports, where the unionized controllers would have been happy to see me ...

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