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Articles from IFR (July 1, 2008)

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Clearances after vectors: vectors are a staple of the IFR diet, but a misunderstanding about what to do when the vector ends can create serious heartburn. Parnau, Jeff 1651
Cockpit to Google Earth. Burr, John Letter to the editor 204
Confidence and complacency. Van West, Jeff 529
FAA goes to court over Santa Monica jet restrictions. 110
Garmin expands G1000 with synthetic vision. 126
Go extra low on GPS: with GPS you can ask to fly MOCAs along the airway to stay a bit lower. New charting, however, means more options with GPS. Ewing, John 707
How to crash an airplane: living to tell the tale is all about preparation, speed control, and focus. Oh yeah, a lot of luck doesn't hurt either. Van West, Jeff 1732
Low down on a missed: start your missed from below the MDA/DA, and the obstacle alligators can bite hard even when you fly the published procedure. Dennstaedt, Scott C. 1915
Niggling NOTAMS: even for your familiar burg, new NOTAMS can creep into the mix and get obscured by the familiar, unlit towers. 895
No blues for you. Ramsay, William R. Letter to the editor 168
On the air. 626
Parts picture goes from bad to worse for Thielert-diesel-powered diamond owners. 104
Race time in Monterey: your bag of tricks had better be full because your options are fading fast in the face of coastal weather in this month's K.Q. Holston, Ken; McCloy, John 1350
Serious GPS backup. Skreppen, Helge Letter to the editor 293
Tips for next winter's ice. Marcus, Steve; Luttrell, Jabe; Vanneman, William Letter to the editor 644
Using user waypoints: you can mark your Uncle Bob's fishing camp with them, but user wpts can be just the right tool for the serious IFR pilot. Singer, Neil 1743

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