Category Archives: Aviation Training and Simulation
For those of us that extract money from airplanes and aerospace related things, the evolution of the pilot archetype fascinates me. Jeff Friedrich outlines the current trend of the marginalization of skilled labor in one of the best articles on … Continue reading
Mark Zee’s statement above is sticking in my mind as I prepare for the IFR add on to my CFI. Mainly because I see it leaking into how we learn. Archaic CFII and IFR prep questions remind me that … Continue reading
Big thank you to Elliot Seguin for showing what a long term spin can look like in slow mo – in a vertical wind tunnel (iFLY in Ontario, CA). The PT-17 is a hallmark of WWII training and current day … Continue reading
Some cool stuff I learned on a recent checkride.
For those pilots out there this post will cause you to wonder “why is he writing that?” followed by: “I know about that.” I know you do – this isn’t for you. It’s for everyone else. With the high profile … Continue reading