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Striking Behavior: Tail strikes on takeoff and landing are associated with inadequate pilot proficiency and insufficient application of risk management principles. Aug 1, 2020 2095
Wake Turbulence And Situational Awareness: Managing the risk of wake-induced loss of control requires good situational awareness and proactive responses to perceived threats. Mar 1, 2020 2090
Engine-Out Energy Management: After an in-flight engine failure, Job One is converting potential energy (altitude) to kinetic energy (airspeed) at an appropriate rate. Sep 1, 2019 1926
Braking Tactics: Overusing your brakes during landing and taxi operations is poor technique. And expensive. Jun 1, 2018 2284
Mismanaging flight energy: it's a fundamental reason we lose control when taking off and landing. Dec 1, 2016 2207
Energy management basics: it's about establishing the right power setting, airspeed and pitch angle to obtain desired performance. Nov 1, 2016 2473
The perils of forward CG: loading your airplane with a forward center of gravity has implications on wing loading, lift and induced drag. Feb 1, 2016 2276
In-flight fires: how you cope with one depends on its source, but an emergency descent and landing should be in your immediate future. Jul 1, 2015 1974
Autopilots and their errors: many problems originate with heading, attitude or nav sources, but their impact depends on how your autopilot uses that information. Apr 1, 2015 2363
Proper rudder use: a quick and easy exercise teaches how timely rudder application can help prevent stall/spin accidents. Oct 1, 2014 1746
Wing and power loading: understanding their implications for fight. Jun 1, 2014 2975
Twin takeoffs: surviving an engine failure after liftoff in a twin means climbing at the single-engine best rate of climb speed or closing the throttles and landing. Aug 1, 2013 2569
Riding the storm out: entering turbulence means you need to slow down, but how much? Below the airplane's maneuvering speed to its turbulence penetration speed. Jan 1, 2013 2577

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