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Articles from Aviation Safety (June 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
After the rating. Lamb, Jerome Letter to the editor 301
Beyond standard rate: practicing and perfecting steep turns helps enhance your proficiency, and can come in handy on a dark and stormy night. Higdon, Dave 2347
Broken piston skirt. Brief article 102
Cessna 421B. Brief article 147
Cirrus design Corp. SR22. Brief article 132
Curtiss wright P-40N. Brief article 124
Failed electric fuel pump. Brief article 104
First time out: installing a bunch of new toys in the panel doesn't make you a safer pilot. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1347
Getting higher: flying in the mid-teens buys you several benefits, but it's not without a price. Before going that high, there are a few things you need to know. Turner, Thomas P. 2612
Grumman AA-1B. Brief article 103
Hornet's nest. Burnside, Jeb Editorial 476
Liberty XL. Brief article 178
Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune. Brief article 101
Performance planning: even in a basic single, weight, weather and wind can have a wide-ranging impact on performance. Use these simple tips and you'll know before you go. Dawson, Sam 2391
Picture perfect. Giesbrecht, Martin Letter to the editor 355
Piper PA-24-250. Brief article 180
Raytheon A36 bonanza. Brief article 108
Rock the prop? Zolna, Gabor 391
Safe, legal or proficient? Recent instrument experience may allow you to be safe but not legal, or legal but not safe. Proficiency requires more work than you might expect. Bowlin, Frank 3078
Sheared main gear pivot. Brief article 119
Tire tech: your tires are the only contact you have with the ground. Heat is their enemy, and maintaining proper pressure can help prevent wear and failures. 1770

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