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Articles from IFR (July 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
Don't fly runway heading. Cunninghum, Denny Letter to the editor 614
European Union to rescue Galileo. Brief article 113
Fly the wrong missed: just because the folks in Oklahoma wrote it one way, doesn't mean you can't fly it another. Just ask for what you need. Brenneman, Dog 1249
FSS improvements. Reilly, Sean Letter to the editor 429
Habits, not checklists: get your act together by taking a fresh look at how you tackle the tasks of flight. The less you think about it, the better off you'll be. Bowlin, Frank 1967
NAV in the hand: while you can't shoot GPS approaches with a handheld, you can still reap nearly all of the benefits of a panel-mount. Van West, Jeff 1549
Naverus to develop RNP approaches in United States. Brief article 102
NOTAMs. Brief article 154
Old man LDA: just a simple, straight-in approach in a basic Cessna 172. These are welcome factors when the procedure is a bit of an oddball. Holston, Ken; McCloy, John 1309
On the air. Buettner, Gil; Wilson, Neil; Murphy, Dan; Frame, Lynn; Hopson, Ross; Stanley Sutton, R. 540
On the numbers. Moses, J.; Ellis, John Letter to the editor 339
Pilot, not flying. Van West, Jeff 557
Proficiency in pieces: it's a recipe for disaster when pilots who fly the most train the most and pilots who fly the least train the least. Robinson, Frank 1515
The military mayday. Martindell, Rich Letter to the editor 217
VOR OTS UFN: even for the majority of /G fliers, pilots must know which VORs are offline when cruising IFR. At least, that's what the rules say. 749
WST climatology: a typical July evening in Kansas will spawn its share of thunderstorms, but don't expect a Convective SIGMET (WST). Here's why. Dennstaedt, Scott C. 933

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