Federal Aviation Administration was founded in 1958 and developing and operating a system of air traffic control and navigation for both civil and military aircraft. It provides various activities, such as safety regulation, airspace and air traffic management, air navigation facilities, commercial space transportation, research, engineering and development services. It offers a broad range of medical programs and services for both the domestic and international aviation communities. It provides various programs and services, such as aerospace medical education, human factors research, aviation industry drug and alcohol testing and employee health awareness program. Its pilot safety brochures prepared for general aviation and commercial pilots to acquaint pilots with the physiological challenges of the aviation environment. It administers an aviation insurance program, develop specifications for aeronautical charts and publish information on airways, airport services and other technical subjects in aeronautics. It is located in Washington, D.C.