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An investigator probing the July 6 Asiana Airlines crash said Wednesday that lax monitoring of cockpit instruments and crewmates was the industry's "problem that never went away."

Speaking at an airline pilots' union safety conference, National Transportation Safety Board member Robert L. Sumwalt did not address the panel's review of the deadly July 6 crash. But he noted a 1994 NTSB report that found lapsed monitoring factored in 94 percent of aviation mishaps studied.

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