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Articles from Aviation Safety (January 1, 2010)

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Aero Commander 100: November 8, 2009, Weston, Fla. Brief article 168
Beech A36: November 8, 2009, Spring Branch, Texas. Brief article 143
Beech C-99: November 4, 2009, Show Low, Ariz. Brief article 130
Cessna 172S: November 4, 2009, Tallahassee, Fla. Brief article 109
Deep stall aerodynamics: you didn't practice this type of stall during your primary flight training. They're generally unrecoverable, and mainly affect swept-wing jets. Smith, Lee 2339
Failure to multitask? Pilots have to be able to do more than one thing at a time, without thinking or becoming complacent. Burnside, Joseph "Jeb" E. 1273
Grumman Aircraft Eng. Corp. G-111: November 5, 2009, Ft Pierce, Fla. Brief article 155
Just out of annual. Richardson, Charles 491
Mooney M20C: November 3, 2009, Fairview, N.C. Brief article 152
Mooney technique. D'Ambrosia, Charles 336
Night school: many night-flying accidents result from both a failure to plan and a failure to see. The human eye makes it hard to do one, but we're in charge of the other. Leis, Ray 2401
Piasecki PV-18: November 7, 2009, Adelanto, Calif. Brief article 112
Piper PA-18-150: November 1, 2009, Grangeville, Idaho. Brief article 112
Piper PA-28R-200: November 14, 2009, Dennisville, N.J. Brief article 180
Piper PA-32R-300: November 7, 2009, Tucson, Ariz. Brief article 136
Pre-heating: why ensuring your airplane and its engine are warm before starting this winter will enhance reliability, along with some suggestions on how to do it. Burnside, Joseph "Jeb" E. 1876
Raytheon Aircraft Company B200: November 9, 2009, Greer, S.C. Brief article 175
Technology in the cockpit. Fox, Jack 348
The fatal flaws: our sweep of fatal accident reports reveals that stall-related incidents and CFIT are the major killers. All are avoidable. 3676
Top three icing myths busted: some real-world examples demonstrate in-flight icing is a problem no matter what airplane you fly. Turner, Thomas P. 2372
Turning error. Hunter, John 573
Winter wonderland. Burnside, Jeb Editorial 485
Worn nose gear steering mount: Piper PA34-200T. Brief article 103

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