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The "oh, wow" factor. Brief article May 1, 2015 167
When to start? Brief article May 1, 2015 127
Do CFII's have a moral obligation to perpare their student's? Brief article May 1, 2015 130
Should shops take on a training role? Anglisano, Larry Column Aug 1, 2014 577
Train the system: learning to operate a Cessna 172 is easy. Safely operating it in the system is the difficult part. Are we training our pilots with the right emphasis? Bowlin, Frank Dec 1, 2012 1389
IFR training gone bad: the real world of IFR flying is out of sync with the way many instrument pilots are being trained and kept current. Here are three areas for improvement. West, Jeff Van Sep 1, 2010 2052
Undertrained: reliably using a fresh instrument rating means we need to fly in the clouds during our training. Burnside, Joseph E. Jan 1, 2008 1344
Safety pilot safety: simulated instrument approaches are necessary for proficiency. Problem is that just having a safety pilot isn't always safe. Pestal, Mark Jan 1, 2008 1070
IFR risk management: can a CD-ROM course flown on your computer make a hoot of difference in how you actually fly when the pressure is on? Garvey, Jane Aug 1, 2007 1017
Tune up your scan: from IFR newbies to crusty old freight dogs, the scan is the foundation for flying in the soup. Sometimes it needs a fresh look. Kilcourse, Craig Apr 1, 2007 1152
New-school IFR: the big aviation universities are changing the way they teach IFR and the results of their studies may change the way we all train. McNamee, Jeff Mar 1, 2007 2411

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