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Articles from Aviation Safety (August 1, 2016)

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A new column, please: flying IFR behind a glass panel is sufficiently different from using traditional steam gauges that you may want to add a new column to your logbook. Turner, Thomas P. Column 1377
About those acronyms: if you know a better way to teach and explain critical analysis of the dangers a proposed flight might pose, we're all ears. Burnside, Joseph E. 1291
Around the world: Adrian Eichhorn's journey in the P35 Bonanza he personally rebuilt is a case study in planning, systems, airmanship and risk management. Burnside, Jeb Case study 2516
Become a remote pilot: the FAA's latest drone rules add a new certificate that rated pilots can add merely by taking an online course. 1062
Catastrophic failure: understanding and heeding an engine's indications of distress is a fundamental part of airmanship. Burnside, Jeb Case study 1181
Election day. 475
Even more on JFK, Jr. 683
Go west, young man. Burnside, Jeb Editorial 406
Jump-starting ADS-B: an FAA rebate program encouraging ADS-B installations kicks off next month. Here's everything you need to know about it. Higdon, Dave 1550
NTSB reports: recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. 2435
Phone or ForeFlight? Even with all the automated flight-planning tools we have today, a quick call to Flight Service often can help us focus on the important stuff. Hart, Mike 2340
Tailplane stalls: if you ever have one, it's likely you've encountered in-flight icing, and you may have a whole 'nuther set of problems. 780
Wing Bolts and more: the following information is derived from the FAA's service difficulty reports and aviation maintenance alerts. 394

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