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Articles from Aviation Safety (February 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
Communication breakdown. 485
Complacency. Thom, Charles F. 419
Diagramming the Notam. 620
Doing a Loop: OODA in the cockpit. 346
Experienced decisions: if we all made better decisions, we'd reduce GA's accident rate. The various FAA training tools are good ones, but we also need to set experienced examples. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 1637
Five tips from ATC: controllers generally aren't unreasonable, but they have a job to do and rules to live by. Meet their expectations with these tips from an active controller. 1845
Fixing the Notam mess: recent legislation requires the FAA to improve the Notam process, but changes are coming slowly. Meanwhile, new tools are available to make Notams less painful. Laboda, Amy 1710
Fuel mismanagement. Statistical data 303
Gadget flight rules: for any cockpit gadget to be a safe primary or back-up device, the PIC must know its capabilities, requirements and limitations. Hart, Mike 2333
Handle with care: trying to land while experiencing a system failure might be a good time to fly more gently than normal. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 1191
Jammed, cracked, loose. 400
NTSB reports: recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. Calendar 2507
Pilot's Bill o Rights? 315
Smarter pilots, please. Graf, Austin Letter to the editor 307
Tapping ship's power. 342
The Alpha Principle: stall training should be less about airspeed and more about angle of attack, the difference between where the airplane's pointed and where it's going. Turner, Thomas P. 2420
They're heeeere ... Burnside, Jeb 457
Training for risk. Hall, Thomas W. Letter to the editor 410
Weather-related. 272
What about International Notams? Brief article 226
When ATC is wrong. 353

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