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Articles from Aviation Safety (April 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
ADS-B for small drones? Brief article 266
Autopilots and their errors: many problems originate with heading, attitude or nav sources, but their impact depends on how your autopilot uses that information. Banner, Michael J. 2363
Crossed up: that quartering tailwind in the pattern ? It can be the first warning sign of a fatal stall-spin turning final. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 1256
Drone FARs: the adverse impact on safety from the FAA's proposed rule on small unmanned aircraft systems is low, but it does exist. 2515
Geared up. 378
Make good decisions. Sparacio, Ward; Johnson, Jim 633
NTSB reports: recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. 1972
PBOR 2.0. Burnside, Jeb 447
Saving the MU-2: lessons learned from type-specific training for Mitsubishi's turboprop apply to what you fly, too. Higoon, Dave 1978
Soft spot. Moncure, Roger Essay 430
The last 400 feet: diving for the runway after a precision approach is a really bad idea, especially when waiting a bit longer will take us right to the runway if we let it. Durden, Rick 1943
Thrill-seeking: want to do some high-performance operations like backcountry flying or aerobatics? Get some training. Hart, Mike 2500

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