The second air traffic controller in a month could lose his job for catching some z’s up in the tower. FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt told Congress that the controller was “found intentionally sleeping.” What defines “intentional sleeping?” He had cushions and a blanket, meaning he brought materials to work with him to help him sleep.
2nd Air Traffic Controller Could Be Fired For Snoozing On The Job
By Ben Popken April 7, 2011
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