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Articles from Aviation Safety (July 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
As We Know It. Burnside, Jeb 880
Beech V35B bonanza. Brief article 160
Boeing E75 (stearman). Calendar 312
Cessna 182P Skylane. Brief article 109
Cessna 525C citationjet CJ4. Brief article 139
Czech Sport Aircraft SportCruiser. Brief article 108
Eagle C-7 balloon. Brief article 140
Engine-out simulations. Gregg; David; Jeff Letter to the editor 648
Fear of flying? Brief article 303
Five crosswind fixes: use these tips to help fix problems you might be having with crosswind takeoffi and landings. Burnside, Joseph E. 1754
Higher is (usually) better: don't be reluctant to spend a little extra time climbing. Some things improve, and you have more options. 1853
How much proficiency is enough: it depends on several factors, but employing formal risk management procedures can be your best guide. Wright, Robert 2720
Mooney M20C. Brief article 130
Not just for jets anymore: new AoA indicators offer accuracy, predictability and easy installation. Higdon, Dave 2904
Pacific aerospace 750XL. Brief article 208
Piper PA-24-250 comanche 250. Brief article 147
Piper PA-28-181 Archer. Brief article 162
Piper PA-28-181 archer. Brief article 169
Pitts model 12 experimental. Brief article 112
Sideslip? Or crab? Brief article 231
SIDuational awareness: in the land of direct anywhere, departure procedures can trip you up unless you take a moment to brief yourself before takeoff. Turner, Thomas P. 2695
Two miles ahead: A King air comes apart in a thunderstorm because the pilot wasn't using his on-board weather radar. Burnside, Joseph E. 1228
Why there are two. Moncure, D. 471

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