...that the drink you might be inclined to have to help calm your nerves after you get home from an aircraft accident might cost you your certificates. That's a "single act generally warranting revocation" of all your certificates. Did you know that? Same if you were the flight attendant on an airplane that crashed, or a mechanic, or the pilot/dispatcher, or ATC (any of a number "safety-sensitive functions"). I've never heard this in any of my training. From Table 9.5 of FAA Order 2150.3C, page 203 in the PDF (https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Order/FAA_Order_2150.3C_with_CHG_1.pdf): (15) Using alcohol within eight hours following an aircraft accident when having actual knowledge of the accident and having performed a safety-sensitive function at or near the time of the accident. "Safety-sensitive functions" in FAA parlance (14 CFR Part 120) includes all of the following roles; those with: Flight crew-member duties Flight attendant duties Aircraft dispatcher duties Flight instruction duties Aircraft maintenance or preventive maintenance duties Ground security coordinator duties Aviation screening duties Air traffic control duties Operations control specialist duties So, don't drink 8 hours before flight... or for 8 hours after a particularly bad flight. It would be good if we were taught this in primary training, along with the normal 8 hour rule. Would SUCK to lose all your certificates because you weren't aware... but ignorance is no defense!