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Dave, You’re Working Too Hard!

I read with interest the insights learned by an Australian friend, Dave, a middle-aged (as he refers to himself) young person as he is learning how to fly. For his insight #13, he wrote, “Watch the airspeed on late finals! I … Continue reading

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Making the Ship Go Faster

As with any organization, pilots can have a rather active, funny, ingenious, and sometimes sophisticated sense of humor. Most times, however, we can just be juvenile, according to our wives. A tale told during my Navy days probably has an … Continue reading

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Cutting Teeth

I am nervous, the weather is not good.  I have been contracted to fly a client in her airplane, a Cessna 182, to the Cook County Airport up in Adel, GA.  The weather in Tampa is awful, below mins.  And … Continue reading

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