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Articles from Aviation Safety (September 1, 2008)

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Batteries not required: revisiting basic navigation skills can help enhance your situational awareness, especially when all the fancy stuff goes dark. Blank, Phil 2111
Beech 35-C33A debonair. Brief article 147
Beech A200. Brief article 154
Beech V35B bonanza. Brief article 153
Boeing 767-300/Boeing 737-300. Brief article 117
Cessna 172F. Brief article 116
Cessna 337 skymaster. Brief article 121
Cessna TR182/Extra EA 300/L. Brief article 207
Deviant behavior: when convective weather is about, the shortest distance between two points rarely is a straight line. Bowlin, Frank 2528
Door separation from aircraft. Brief article 169
Eclipse aviation EA500. Brief article 254
End of the line. 505
Forget the checklist: in an emergency, reaching for the checklist could be the worst thing to do. Know and perform your aircraft's memory items, then grab the checklist. Turner, Thomas P. 1636
Handling heat. Piper, Jim Letter to the editor 495
Info, please. Mala, Kelley Letter to the editor 152
Job one: when your single's engine fails shortly after takeoff, you've got one chance to get the next landing right. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1254
Kosh. Burnside, Jeb Editorial 933
Missing alternator drive parts. Brief article 135
Mooney M-20M. Brief article 102
More on MOAS. Holmes, Morris 326
Piper PA-18-150. Brief article 144
Robinson R22. Brief article 130
The right airplane? As your mission changes, maybe your airplane should, too. But stay well aware of your new bird's training requirements and its limitations. Emberson, Cory 2468
Unfamiliar territory: going wisely where you've never gone before means putting in a lot more preparation than your did for your last trip to Grandma's house. Higdon, Dave 2310

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