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Articles from Aviation Safety (September 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
Accident witness. Burnside, Joseph "(JEB)" E. Editorial 921
Beyond formal risk management. 521
Bottom of the white: when we get slow, we increase the likelihood of losing control, along with the consequences. Higdon, Dave 2211
Carburetors. 388
Density altitude's trifecta: temperature, pressure and humidity all affect performance. Hart, Mike 2316
Flexibility on a schedule. 303
Get an IPC each year? if you fly serious IFR, and especially if you don't, you should get a yearly instrument proficiency check, whether or not you think you need it. Laboda, Amy 2473
High and dry. Essay 522
Keeping your cool: there are three basic ways of managing the heat an air-cooled aircraft engine generates: add fuel, add airflow or both. Burnside, Joseph "(JEB)" E. 1104
Learning experiences. 241
Medical dereg a reality: the long-sought exemption from needing a third-class medical for many Part 91 flights was enacted in July. 1098
NTSB reports: recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. 2578
On getting to 50: achieving a 50-year record as a safe pilot is worth celebrating, but it wasn't always the result of savvy risk management. Wright, Robert 1367
Spin recovery failure: it can be difficult to fully understand spin recovery techniques if we never actually perform them. Burnside, Joseph "(JEB)" E. Case study 1209
Still more on JFK, Jr. Sealfon, Michael; Worthy, Crista Letter to the editor 714

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