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Articles from IFR (April 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
Call for release program. 464
Directory assistance? 190
Don't fear the red X: an EFIS display's red X is just a system status message, not a cause for panic. You'll know how to handle it if you know the system's interconnects. Anglisano, Larry 1367
How to breathe easy: from portable bottles to systems built into pressurized aircraft, oxygen systems need help and occasional attention to keep you alive. Staff, Ifr 1473
HSI localizer magic: the HSI is a great instrument, but even seasoned pros can get confused about what to set for a course and which way to correct on a localizer. Brenneman, Dog 1368
Illinois IPC blues: it's no award-winning performance as you struggle to stay chief of this Commander over the land of lincoln. But there's hope if you don't let things get much worse. West, Jeff Van 1508
Look out below. Bowlin, Frank 609
New chart decoder ring: enough new symbols have cropped up on approach charts in recent years that you might need a new decoder ring to make sense of them. Try this one on. Smith, Lee 1273
On the air. 648
Pay attention to the X. 277
Quizzing the quiz. 221
Small glass can fail, too. 214
Spring dust storms: they probably didn't teach you about dust, sand or ash storms in ground school, but these hazards are common in some places and deserve your respect. Vasquez, Tim 1422
The 0I' switcheroo. Again. 354
The invisible hand: making tough decisions from behind the scenes, the Air Traffic Control System Command Center brings balance to the entire National Airspace System. Kramer, Tarrance 1675
WAAS or not. 367

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