FOIA on FedEx SLEEP STUDY: ESTABROOK v. NASA

Federal court-ordered release of "Crew Factors VII: Psychophysiological Responses in Overnight Cargo Operations" (NASA 1994 unedited draft version of sleep study on FedEx Pilots before collusion with FedEx management) in settlement of Mark Estabrook v. NASA, WD TN, 96-2537
Federal court-ordered release of NASA-FedEx correspondence detailing misrepresentation and collusion in "FedEx Sleep Study," in settlement of Mark Estabrook v. NASA, WD TN, 96-2537; May 1996

FedEx pilot sues NASA for records, By Dave Hirschman, Memphis Commercial Appeal, 6JUNE1996

PILOTS SAY NASA BOWED TO PRESSURE FROM FEDEX IN FATIGUE STUDY REPORT, Chris Isidore, Journal of Commerce; 30JUN1996

Congressman James L Oberstar's Letter to NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin regarding NASA's inappropriate edits to "FedEx sleep study"; 20AUG1996
NASA Associate Administrator for Legislative Affairs Jeff Lawrence Letter to Congressman Oberstar re: NASA "FedEx Sleep Study" edits; 20SEP1996

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