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I was "shocked". Calhoun, Grady Jan 1, 2016 963
Rogue? Sorry not today. Parsons, Nicolas Jan 1, 2016 1053
Not the ideal Hawaii vacation. Hawley, Jake Nov 1, 2015 1064
Which way is right when you're flying straight up? Miller, Michael Nov 1, 2015 1346
Passing electric wires at night. Kaplan, Robert Nov 1, 2015 840
Pending hydraulic failure-immediate pull forward. Hurlburt, Ryan Nov 1, 2015 1005
1000 and 3. Boring, Tyler Sep 1, 2015 634
Lessons learned from a polar plunge. Dimarco, J. Trevor Sep 1, 2015 1069
Just another cross-country weekend. Smith, Becca Sep 1, 2015 1288
Communication breakdown. Davis, Sarah Sep 1, 2015 745
Miracle at sea. Dineen, Matthew Sep 1, 2015 1010
The galloping horse. Ouimette, Jeffrey Sep 1, 2015 683
To teach an old bird new tricks ... Hawbaker, Kris; Pierce, Brandon Sep 1, 2015 957
I felt the plane shake. Wich, Anthony Mar 1, 2012 594
Life in slow motion. Parton, Tony Jan 1, 2012 678
2 Thoughts on "Scootin' Thunder". Brief article Dec 1, 2011 327
It'll make you feel like pooh. Sicola, Craig May 1, 2011 1130
Shattered expectations. Sagunsky, Dave May 1, 2011 736
Inverted off the coast. Torres, Roberto H. Jan 1, 2011 1506
An EP sim comes to life: this flight was supposed to be an uneventful 45-minute hop, but that's not how it ended. Hoffman, Stephanie Nov 1, 2010 857
Dress to be egress: will you be ready? Kolcun, Micah A. Essay Sep 1, 2010 673
Touch and ... and ... Arnott, Jeremy Sep 1, 2010 1052
Lean forward and choke yourself. McLemore, Craig T. Essay Sep 1, 2010 1075
Is your trim working? Phillips, David Jul 1, 2010 728
Seagulls ruined our day. Bilyeu, Craig Jul 1, 2010 675
The Lazarus Bomb. Hicks, Patrick Short story Jan 1, 2010 6233
Analyzing dreams. Smith, Dave Sep 1, 2009 767
Answering my nation's call. Park, Candace Essay Jul 1, 2009 873
Christine's lust for mayhem. Larson, Christopher Nov 1, 2008 1761
One bad decision, one fortunate outcome: decisions you make today may affect you for the rest of your life. Rauenhorst, David Nov 1, 2008 539
Cleared on the left, starting the left. Stochel, Robert Nov 1, 2008 910
Korean war diary. Smith, William Y. Jun 22, 2008 10675
Bombs away! Thomann, Jim Dec 1, 2007 699
Painted into a corner ... paddles gave me the words I had convinced myself I wouldn't hear, "power back on ... bolter, bolter, bolter.". Reed, Jesse M. Mar 1, 2007 2743
Patient 296. Trahan, Skip Mar 1, 2007 1203
Dehydration will ruin a mission. Gough, Jasmine Mar 1, 2007 713
Staying ahead. Stern, David Mar 1, 2007 847
Hot switch. Smith, Eric Mar 1, 2007 678
Strangers in the night: the big lesson I relearned was to keep my head outside of the cockpit. Haas, James Mar 1, 2007 735
Too close ... just too close: when I was a JO, I had read an Approach. Luttrell, C.E. Mar 1, 2007 1379
B-52 Close Air Support. Bennett, Dave "Bucket" Jul 1, 2006 2121
Weather or not to press. Peche, F. Phillip Jul 1, 2006 2214
The maximum allowed. Boyce, Robert L. Jul 1, 2006 986
Buffoonery. Soltero, Gabe Jul 1, 2006 855
601, are you ok? Lanzilotta, Paul Jul 1, 2006 1082
Whining and grinding. Densing, Matthew Jul 1, 2006 508
Other end of the stick. Sullivan, John D. Jul 1, 2006 1044
Sharp eyes. Haynes, Pete Jul 1, 2006 736
Beware the ORM God's wrath. Asuncion, Mark Jul 1, 2006 1542
I've lived & learned. Nifong-Velazquez, E. May 1, 2006 1056
What do you mean, it didn't go out? Moore, Kent Mar 1, 2006 1005
Out of the heat and into the fire. Garcia, Karl Mar 1, 2006 995
As the rotors turn. Arendt, Tony Mar 1, 2006 1640
Out last HH-65A flight. Neville-Neil, Ian; Littrell, Larry Mar 1, 2006 850
Pushing your endurance limits. Jarrett, Edward H. Mar 1, 2006 1156
Crew rest. Dec 1, 2005 2463
The longest delay. Allum, Stephen Jul 1, 2005 1547
Beyond limits: we shut off the right engine, did the checks, but, when it came time to restart, nothing happened. de Carion, David Jul 1, 2005 1742
I'm here to tell you. Jun 1, 2005 1727
Offroad incident. Lamberson, D. Allen Mar 1, 2005 861
Not your average IQ. Rivera, Richard A. Mar 1, 2005 2327
Did you preflight, Sir? Silver, Vernard P. Mar 1, 2005 387
Spatial D spinning. Shane, Clay Mar 1, 2005 1108
You smell that? As we completed our after-takeoff checks, smoke now was visible around the center console and was blowing around the cockpit. Ferrara, Mike Jan 1, 2005 514
Black line flying. Hagginbothom, David A. Nov 1, 2004 1123
Where eagles fly: as a child, he dreamed of being a fighter pilot. Today, his head is still in the clouds--with the help of an F-15E Strike Eagle. Desjarlais, Orville F., Jr. Column Oct 1, 2004 630
Then & now. Roberts, Chuck Brief Article Aug 1, 2004 258
Flying high with 4 Wing: author gets special access to the Cold Lake restricted zone. Chartier, Jacqueline Interview Aug 1, 2004 1970
Old faithful. Winans, William; Anderson, Greg; Bailey, Chuck; McGlade, Pat; Humphreys, Lane; Barksdale Jun 1, 2004 1123
Expect the unexpected: B-1 enters fog bank in the flare. Bennett, Mark May 1, 2004 1345
No room for error: F-16 glides into Baghdad. Matesick, Mike May 1, 2004 952
Teamwork saves eagle: ... had my shoulder harnesses not been locked, I probably would have smacked my face/mask into the glare shield. Wilkins, Lance Apr 1, 2004 1122
Just say it: a new EA-6B Pilot completes his check ride with the low fuel light on ... to avoid a contest of wills. Keen, Carlton Apr 1, 2004 563
Father and son at war. Reece, Beth Nov 1, 2003 695
First Person...Singular. Svejgaard, Michael Oct 1, 2003 1647
Ready for anything. Stonaker, Ghislaine Sep 1, 2003 1013
Joker 205 basket hit. Hays, Jim Sep 1, 2003 446
Forrest gump and safety investigations. Bean, Dave Sep 1, 2003 608
Max hours in Sheika Isa, the go pill experience. Chhieng, Norak Sep 1, 2003 1348
Clean up, join up, and shut up. Keats, Halsey Sep 1, 2003 1134
Hummer Dance Case I. Nguyen, Vince Sep 1, 2003 756
Was that oil or electrical fumes? Boron, Molly Sep 1, 2003 812
Will your NATOPS brief work? Dutcher, Jason Sep 1, 2003 1056
Self-medication at its finest? Hay, Bruce Sep 1, 2003 732
Shutting off the wrong engine. O'Mara, Patrick Sep 1, 2003 832
CloseEncounters of the SM1 kind. Peters, Matt Sep 1, 2003 668
Thermal runaway. Corcoran, Brock Sep 1, 2003 577
ORM on the fly. Snode, Kevin Sep 1, 2003 648
Show and tell. Meade, R.C. Sep 1, 2003 1166
Lt. Shane Osborn: looking at a miracle. Turnbull, Jim Sep 1, 2003 2097
Two landings for the price of one antenna. Robertson, C.M. Aug 1, 2003 713
Living on the edge. Goodman, Joe Aug 1, 2003 654
Those things didn't scare me. Green, Randy Aug 1, 2003 677
Don't be an airhead. Stillings, Jennifer Aug 1, 2003 437
My midnight swim. Merhige, Katie Aug 1, 2003 981
Falling from Montana. Anderson, Brian Aug 1, 2003 749
The original plan. Nalewajko, Derek Aug 1, 2003 981
How'd you simulate that? Ridgway, Jim; Bailey, Scott Aug 1, 2003 1344
Flounder one scenario. McCormick, Pat Jul 1, 2003 1971
Bravo Zulu. Brief Article Jul 1, 2003 163
About another hour. Moore, Charles C. II Jul 1, 2003 689
Cleared to land... can you make it? Paudert, Brian; Dierks, T.J. Jul 1, 2003 1081
Stuck throttle in paradise. Messer, Sam Jul 1, 2003 889
Chop the prop, not the sailor. Clendaniel, Jason J. Jul 1, 2003 599
I'm pretty sure he saw them. Adams, Jim Jul 1, 2003 598
Night respot becomes night in the box. Ohman, Jeffrey Jul 1, 2003 1020
Don't slice for life. Powers, Joel R. Jul 1, 2003 2152
Pit & go hell. Wilkinson, Maj Jon Jul 1, 2003 1377
First person singular. Geragotelis, CDR John Jul 1, 2003 1946
U-2 emergency. Rodriguez, Steve Jun 1, 2003 1390
Just a routine ferry flight? Stepongzi, Frank W. Jun 1, 2003 668
The last of the few. Molson, Karen Jun 1, 2003 1030
I always wanted to drive a convertible. Humphreys, Timothy May 1, 2003 1458
Another view from the convertible. Marsack, Bruce May 1, 2003 794
It's getting hot in here. (Crew Resource Management). Renner, Matt May 1, 2003 1537
The blue north. Ryan, Steve May 1, 2003 1149
Nugget test pilot. Farrugia, Anthony May 1, 2003 695
Between lone rock and a hard place. Denneny, Doug May 1, 2003 1248
When is bingo, bingo? O'Donnell, Ken May 1, 2003 1930
When I was at Med-cruise camp ... Walker, Christopher B. May 1, 2003 554
Combat ORM. (ORM Corner). Hawkins, Jim May 1, 2003 1448
Things that go bump in the night. Lalor, Tom May 1, 2003 1890
Early homecoming. Meer, Kyle Apr 1, 2003 878
"That's not supposed to happen, sir". Brandt, Nicholas Apr 1, 2003 1049
The rest of the story. Braswell, Don Apr 1, 2003 435
Tower, Say again! Will, C.J. Apr 1, 2003 1524
Third time's the charm. King, Christopher Apr 1, 2003 1424
The in-flight snack was fresh bird parts. Street, G.W. Apr 1, 2003 914
The hanging chicken. Garcia, Noel Apr 1, 2003 441
Bingo with a full bucket. Good, Nick Apr 1, 2003 1087
Bravo Zulu. Apr 1, 2003 406
Flying on my wave day. Bissell, Michael Apr 1, 2003 1151
So much for my good deal. Riley, David Apr 1, 2003 945
Bad day for the Prowler. . Orr, Michael Mar 1, 2003 2358
Be careful what you say. Long, Tom Mar 1, 2003 594
This is no place to be. Christopherson, Ryan Mar 1, 2003 1304
Way too ahead of the airplane. Clammer, Ben Mar 1, 2003 594
No-HUD nugget. Cochran, Dan Mar 1, 2003 1247
DACT good...thunderstorm bad! The mission was a 2 v 2 Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) mission with Langley F-15s against two F-14s from oceana naval air station. DeStasio, Robert Mar 1, 2003 679
Substly exchanging electrons: T-1 gets zapped in lightning storm. Williams, Joseph Goreed Mar 1, 2003 664
IFR in the cockpit. Fitzgerald, James M. Feb 1, 2003 967
When you're no longer 20/20. Stalcup, Anna H. Feb 1, 2003 936
We don't need no stinkin' rules, do we? (ORM Corner). Hay, Bruce Feb 1, 2003 1149
If it's not one thing, it's another. Morse, Jim Feb 1, 2003 827
To preflight of not to preflight, that is the question. Pham, Tony Feb 1, 2003 409
Learning the difference between right and wrong. (Crew Resource Management). Person, Clay Feb 1, 2003 1478
A sign of weakness? Wiley, Thomas Feb 1, 2003 1153
Convention leads to chance reunion. Randt, John Jan 1, 2003 408
Running out of options: I wouldn't be telling this story if it was that easy. Moslener, Brandt Jan 1, 2003 1117
Are we backing down? We snapped our heads to the gauges ... airspeed showed zero ... the radar altimeter went off. Greiner, Bill Jan 1, 2003 624
Lost at 500 feet. (Crew Resources Management). Friedman, Todd Jan 1, 2003 1010
My ticket to PSAB. Carmen, Herb Jan 1, 2003 1174
Night cat shot in Mech. Schmidt, Christopher M. Jan 1, 2003 1478
In over my head? Dewaele, Gregg Jan 1, 2003 520
What could go wrong now? Neuzil, Paul Jan 1, 2003 1493
To launch or not to launch. (ORM Corner). Lewis, R. Todd Jan 1, 2003 703
Oil & water don't mix ... except in a GE F404. Matisoo, Peter Jan 1, 2003 944
Boxing myself in. Fey, Peter Jan 1, 2003 1079
A little salt on a nugget. Freitag, Mark Jan 1, 2003 967
The wily bandits. Mavor, Greg Dec 1, 2002 903
SAR jumps for two; birdcage for one. Williams, Bryce J. Dec 1, 2002 1248
A night ditching. Schreffler, Gary Dec 1, 2002 1278
Operational necessity. (ORM Corner). Allou, Tony Dec 1, 2002 1219
Land ho! Greiner, Bill Dec 1, 2002 642
Mr. Toad's wild ride, again. Fahey, Tim Dec 1, 2002 700
Telephoto NVGs. Boynton, Colin Dec 1, 2002 945
Zen and the art of briefing. Papadakis, R.P. Dec 1, 2002 952
Live to fly again. Capt Tolmoff, Gregory D. Dec 1, 2002 579
An airman's story. Dec 1, 2002 1027
Totally tubular, man aka strength of an idea. Leary, Dan Oct 1, 2002 500
My wake-up thump. Mercer, Shawn A. Oct 1, 2002 570
I got deviated. Knapp, Richard; Siemon, Caleb Oct 1, 2002 804
I ain't de-goggling. (ORM Corner). Robinson, Christopher S. Oct 1, 2002 1294
A rough day at Lemoore. Beck, Brian Oct 1, 2002 734
VMC vertigo. Rodriguez, Edgar Oct 1, 2002 756
Squawking student naval aviator. Winkel, Hugh Oct 1, 2002 623
Who failed that engine? Ritko, Barry L. Oct 1, 2002 696
There I was ... in the Congo. Oct 1, 2002 1658
Bravo Zulu. Oct 1, 2002 742
Flight-deck fender bender. Till, Paul Oct 1, 2002 624
Stuck on a shock absorber. Vellon, Jeremy Oct 1, 2002 670
The last transmission. Erickson, Rick Oct 1, 2002 852
Whoa! Parilla, Ezequiel, Jr. Oct 1, 2002 1406
Radar-assisted trail departure. Kenkel, Kevin G. Oct 1, 2002 1759
The Yalta Conference escort: The British Mission. (For the Record). Sep 22, 2002 1332
Accept no substitutes. Lewis, Stephen Sep 1, 2002 490
Smoke gets in your eyes. Botkin, Brad Sep 1, 2002 1015
How close is too close? Bowen, David Sep 1, 2002 1298
"It'll probably never happen, but ..." (ORM Corner). Latorre, Terrence H. Sep 1, 2002 2037
Did we really lose an engine? Christian, Will Sep 1, 2002 566
Isn't this supposed to be a four-stage turbine? Kleinman, Aaron Sep 1, 2002 681
How about that battle-damage check! As I climbed out of the jet, our gunner looked at me in amazement and pointed at station three. Alden, Joe Sep 1, 2002 524
You can't support naval gunfire if the air won't support you. Dutcher, Jason Sep 1, 2002 861
Never again. Vernon, Case Sep 1, 2002 1825
I can hack it. Coupe, Greg Sep 1, 2002 520
Overstaged and underpowered. Murphy, Billy Sep 1, 2002 1059
I think we just dropped on a ship. Evans, Zach Sep 1, 2002 860
The tool's in the hurricane. Lewis, Todd Sep 1, 2002 536
Bravo Zulu. Sep 1, 2002 746
In the blink of an eye. Endicott, Todd Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 518
The best of intentions: we were one mile inside the IAF and established on the approach when ATC reported the ceiling had fallen below mins. Bannister, Wes Jul 1, 2002 1244
Massive fuel leak over Los Angeles: anticipating an engine failure, we kept the jet high and fast, and we aimed for the last inch of pavement. Fairleigh, David; Cupples, William Jul 1, 2002 1612
The final countdown. (ORM Corner). Gonzales, J. Mario Jul 1, 2002 1607
Fast hands in the cockpit. Meairs, Scott Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 665
Between a rock and a hard place. Rashid, Tariq Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 1185
Lead-turning the system. Smith, Anthony; Provencher, Greg Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 1019
The plan. Beam, Patrick Jul 1, 2002 1244
Mooove over, Bessy! Durbin, Ken Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 1242
Engine problems over Afghanistan. Campagna, Paul Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 1030
Flame-throwing prowler. Fitzsimmons, Van Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 914
When the unthinkable happens: being prepared for a real-world search and rescue. Laingen, Jim Brief Article May 1, 2002 968
First, it gets better. Hannifin, Patrick May 1, 2002 1383
Sraight to the moon, Alice! Somewhere between 20- and 25-degrees nose up, the stall-warning horn went off. Craig, Scott May 1, 2002 1363
Innocent clouds, or are they? Couture, Rich Brief Article May 1, 2002 951
Look Ma--no hands. Kashouty, Greg Brief Article May 1, 2002 733
Single engine in the Gulf, no problem. Hughes, Dan Brief Article May 1, 2002 888
What happened to my beautiful day? Escajeda, Chris Brief Article May 1, 2002 960
I heard something. (ORM Corner). Giorgi, Marco Brief Article May 1, 2002 718
Some things don't look better through goggles. Warren, C.J. Brief Article May 1, 2002 1012
Bravo Zulu. May 1, 2002 1235
Bird tales. Hagginbothom, David A. Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 857
The "comm" between storms. Schwoob, Jeffrey S. Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 642
Welcome to naval aviation. Scott, Brandon Cover Story Apr 1, 2002 1257
Running down the tanker: approaching 15 miles, I used pressure from the APU and brake accumulators to emergency-extend the gear. Brooks, Dave Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 719
Backed in a corner. Dienstl, Keith Mar 1, 2002 1295
Deployment debacle: "During the deployment sortie, therapid transition through multiple-time zones and a sun that never set impacted our circadian rhythms.". Cain, Gregory M. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 725
Plan for the unexpected. Col. Kenkel, Kevin G. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 1038
Bad hook-up. Boring, Brian Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 432
Last in the line of defense. Ventura, Phil Feb 1, 2002 1096
Tumbling: Over the desert. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 912
Black holes. Hagginbothom, Dave Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 877
Been there! Done that! Tale of the instructor pilot. DeStasio, Robert A. Dec 1, 2001 1181
How low can you go?!. Hagginbothom, David Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 953
White-out Christmas. Raabe, James P. Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 954
Defining Moments. Dittmer, Kurt Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 849
Las Vegas or bust! Rodgers, Tony Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 753
What ship's radar blind spot? Bellack, Steve Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 761
I can hack it! Wattles, Duck Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 1064
Below ladder and going lower. Ipock, Billy Ray Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 1048
A CRM analyst's take: an adaptability/flexibility portrait. Reddix, Mike Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 330
Who are we? Pham, Tony Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 594
So why do we really follow NATOPS? Porter, DeWayne Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 907
Sandstorm in Saudi Arabia. Riehle, Paul Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 737
Stranded at the mine field. Swagler, Scott Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 887
Below weather mins for everyone. Carambas, Michael Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 593
A nuggets first emergency off the boat. Wise, Robert Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 596
Three buckets of naval aviation: this old guy obviously had been to those faraway places where few men boldly go, and fewer still return from. Baxter, Steve Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 875
Playing hyd and go seek on an emergency divert. Imerman, Brick Nov 1, 2001 2382
Self-loading luggage. Winge, Randolph L. Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 581
Welcome to the fleet, have we got a good deal for you! Green, Nick Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 835
Climb! climb! climb! Coming around the 90 and peeking at the carrier for the first time is something I never will forget. Hendrickson, Justin Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 783
Fire -- who, me? Myers, Ross Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 914
Who checked the aux tank? Gange, Wilmer Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 876
A little off the top, please. Halverson, Bill Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 333
Got keys? Brazil, John Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 384
Is that a shortcut to the target? (ORM Corner). Glynn, Patrick M. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 1050
This was supposed to be a good deal! Brunnschweiler, Michael R. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 1052
Simulated malfunction + actual fatigue = real problem (Actual Fatigue). Watson, Rene Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 392
Close call with a closing canopy. Elstad, John Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 916
Saved by a good wingman. Ures, Stephen Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 529
Nevermore: I tried to decide what to say in the voice recorder right before we crashed. Delancey, Dave Cover Story Sep 1, 2001 2059
The night the new guy almost died. Lanzilotta, Paul Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 831
Fog, icebergs, and an ELVA--who needs ORM? Zimmerman, Krist Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 860
Speechless. Bilotti, Anthony Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 703
Which light was it? Souza, David Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 1006
Pitchlocked propeller. Linskey, Todd Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2001 1424
The Tokyo shuffle. Cheever, Dan Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 673
Flying Off the Handle. Smolen, John Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 774
BEAK to BEAK. Wilson, Tim Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 535
"What Do You Mean, the Engines Won't Shut Down?". Selk, Bill; DiGiovacchino, John Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 1116
200 Feet From Disaster. Reay, Lawrence Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 738
Welcome to the Land of NOD. Breyer, Anthony Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 824
SHOW ME WHERE IT SAYS THAT. Compton, Mark Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 710
High Noon with a Section of Talons. Garrick, Michael Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 648
Big Sky, Bigger Airliner. Gerard, Philip Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 834
Electro-Shock Therapy. Hankamer, Dave Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 848
Not Feeling Your Toes--Not a Good Sign. Munn, Matthew Aug 1, 2001 1132
How I survived midair. Duggan, Kevin L. May 1, 2001 1255
Decisions, decisions. Jennings, Paul May 1, 2001 1114
Is it live, or is it memorex? (ORM Corner). Kern, Dabney May 1, 2001 966
Did you hear "Mayday"? Novak, Ron May 1, 2001 1089
Single engine in the Adriatic. Smith, Shannon May 1, 2001 945
Monkey skills pay off. Soltero, Gabe May 1, 2001 712
If you have to guess, it's time to quit. Woodruff, Eugene May 1, 2001 843
Here's the other one percent. Cruse, Matthew Apr 1, 2001 1558
Deadly drift. Sheflin, Matt Apr 1, 2001 812
Welcome to the real world. Ries, Peter Apr 1, 2001 951
ORM corner: ORMing the storm. Firestone, Steve Apr 1, 2001 656
Ice, vertigo, goo and a whole lot of aircraft. Schuette, Jason Apr 1, 2001 688
Taxiing our way into Approach. Smolen, John Apr 1, 2001 912
Plenty of skippers, not much fuel. Churchill, Chris Apr 1, 2001 1020
Impossible? That's what I thought. Tallant, Shane Apr 1, 2001 756
OUR TURN IN THE SPOTLIGHT. Fisher, Stan Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 852
From Combat to Casale. Keller, Mark Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 1038
What Is an A-6 Doing Way Out Here? Nichols, Brian Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 953
To Secure or Not Secure, That Is the Question. Smith, Brian Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 539
Too Close for Comfort. Rollins, Chris Mar 1, 2001 1385
23,000 Feet and No Pressure--Where's That Green Whatchamacallit? Barr, Steve Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 560
Dumps On ... and On ... and On. McLean, Colin Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 921
Birds Always Turn Away, Right? Blacklidge, William Mar 1, 2001 1165

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