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Archive: July 2021




Jul
26
2021

Air Medical crew in the front seat?

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“Is having a medical crew member in the co-pilot seat a positive or negative safety issue?’  That’s a question a flight nurse put to the helicopter air medical community a while back.  How would you answer that question? [Read More...]



Tags: My Two Cents Worth Randy Mains
Categories: categoryMy Two Cents Worth



Jul
26
2021

Induced Flow vs Angle of Attack…Common Theory Among Terms

Posted by Admin

It is common to have practical test applicants confuse aerodynamic terminology, especially during their FAA exam. Knowing that the applicant is under pressure to perform is part of the pilot certification process, and every FAA Inspector or Examiner is aware of this fact. However, some terms and theories are so firmly rooted within aerodynamic process that an immediate lack of understanding or recall on the subject is concerning. [Read More...]



Tags: Randy Rowles Rotorcraft Checkride
Categories: categoryRotorcraft Checkride



Jul
26
2021

Applied Understanding

Posted by Admin

Several years ago, I attended an aircraft maintenance course designed for a specific model of aircraft. On day one, the instructor told the class that in the classroom environment we would only retain twenty percent of the information that we would be taught. I promptly raised my hand and asked if we would receive an eighty percent refund. Everyone laughed except the instructor. In the years that have followed, the only thing I remember about that class is that statement. [Read More...]



Tags: Maintenance Minute Mark Tyler
Categories: categoryMaintenance Minute