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Articles from Aviation Safety (July 1, 2012)

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Automation--friend or foe? The real answer requires us to look beyond the past century and recognize that we live in a new world. Wright, Robert A. 2977
Cracked and corroded. 400
Go arounds. Kimmerer, Wim 496
Handling turbulence: turbulence can be uncomfortable but rarely is life-threatening. Regardless, we usually need to be flying slower than the published maneuvering speed. Higdon, Dave 3111
Lack of commitment: when the engine fails, pick a suitable landing site and stick with it. Don't forget to run the engine-out checklist. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 1243
Living with ADS-B: it's here and available, especially if portable equipment is appropriate for your operation or you fly an experimental. Should you go there yet? Laboda, Amy 2636
Lop mag checks. Patlovany, Robert Letter to the editor 364
NTSB reports: recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. 2027
Overwater. Werbin, Paul Letter to the editor 388
Potpourri. Burnside, Jeb 409
Procedure turn, or not? With vectors to final the norm these days and not the exception, it's rare to perform the procedure turn. Yet, ATC may still expect it. When in doubt, ask. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 1623
The long and short of landings: most runway over-and underruns can be cured the same way: pick and use an appropriate aiming point while properly managing airspeed. Turner, Thomas P. 2280
Waterspouts. Corrigan, Dan 387

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