REDEFINING AIRMANSHIP PDF

But regardless of what background we bring to aviation, we all have the moral responsibility to each other to practice sound airmanship as we share the same sky. This book is an essential read for pilots, perhaps the first of its kind to write about the nebulous subject of airmanship, and Dr Kern has taxonomically atomised it. The pillars of airmanship: 1 Discipline With sound flight discipline such as concurrence to the procedures and standard radiotelephony , the pilot develops skills and proficiencies. Do not succumb to the impression of the "Daredevil" aviator. None of the other airmanship pillars can overcome the lack of skill.

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But regardless of what background we bring to aviation, we all have the moral responsibility to each other to practice sound airmanship as we share the same sky. This book is an essential read for pilots, perhaps the first of its kind to write about the nebulous subject of airmanship, and Dr Kern has taxonomically atomised it.

The pillars of airmanship: 1 Discipline With sound flight discipline such as concurrence to the procedures and standard radiotelephony , the pilot develops skills and proficiencies. Do not succumb to the impression of the "Daredevil" aviator. None of the other airmanship pillars can overcome the lack of skill. It is your individual responsibility and moral obligation to sort your flying capabilities, without it comes unforgiving consequences. While these requirements are designed to keep pilots from becoming nonproficient, they are not safety guarantees.

It is our responsibility to track our proficiency and regularly "chair fly" to ensure that we get what we need before we take-off into the sky. A pilot who is less prepared and struggling just to fly the approach is far less likely to handle distractions and simultaneously complete the safe approach. Prepare enough knowledge to increase your spare capacity to handle unexpected circumstances. But since any of us can become overloaded, we must also be able to recognise the symptoms of lost SA and have the critical actions for recovery "hard-wired" to prevent disaster.

It is not magic, and it can be taught and learned through disciplined attention and constant self-critique just like any other in-flight skill, it is as good as we want to make it.

Above all, flying demands preparation and hard work. The first step to superior airmanship starts on the ground, to be critical, thorough and prepared for your flight.

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