Author Lee McGarr’s book “Unfit: Consequences of Empowerment” is an eye-opening look at corruption in the agency responsible for air travel safety in the United States

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Recent release “Unfit: Consequences of Empowerment” from Page Publishing author Lee McGarr is a shocking indictment of the Federal Aviation Administration, alleging criminal malfeasance, intimidation, and retribution in the agency while he worked as an inspector and flight check pilot in Anchorage, Alaska and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Lee McGarr is an aircraft pilot, electrical engineer, and biologist with over thirty thousand hours of flight time as well as an FAA inspector and flight check pilot who found corruption and violation of federal law and FAA regulations. He has published his new book “Unfit: Consequences of Empowerment”: a startling memoir drawn from his experience working for the agency.

The author writes, “‘Unfit’ is a true story of corruption within the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that depicts the various struggles within the organization, complete with a well-developed assassination plot, disregard for the lives of any citizen in the traveling public and apparent payoffs from those who seek approval.

The FAA uses a standard game plan. First it attempts to buy-off anyone who might become a whistleblower. If this doesn’t work, it will stoop to murder – that’s what I said – murder. If its intended target survives and actively pursues an effort to expose the agency for what it is, the FAA will publicly discredit and financially break that person.

‘Unfit’ will blow your mind. Clearly, the FAA is not just another Federal Agency run amuck, because it has responsibility for air travel safety. Believe me, I was as surprised and dismayed as you will be by the amount of criminality and mismanagement within the FAA. Fasten your seat belt! It’s going to be a bumpy ride.”

Published by Page Publishing, Lee McGarr’s engrossing book is an illuminating exposé of the Federal Aviation Administration, the taxpayer-funded agency charged with keeping air passengers safe.

Readers who wish to experience this somber work can purchase “Unfit: Consequences of Empowerment” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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