Why providing the names of the crew members? I doesn't add to the value of the answer, but it may hurt their families who are not responsible.
I had originally referred to several crew members potentially liable for accidents by name, as well as quoted passages in reports that used their names and ranks.
Should names be withheld in cases like these, if the names don't directly relate to the topic? I can understand that, especially in cases such as the ones I discussed where culpability was not completely established, families of the person(s) identified could be hurt. At the same time, though, the names could easily be found in the articles and reports I linked. It would only take a few clicks for the relevant information to be found.
Should names not be mentioned in cases like this, or is it fine to use them? I suppose it comes down to etiquette, but it could be important etiquette.