Editor's Log

September 2010 Issue

Revamping Training

Thankfully, most of my operations are fairly routine, and not too demanding of my average skills. The trick, of course, is keeping them sharp and knowing when to avoid a situation demanding more than I have to give. Thatís one result of being trained by older instructors instead of time-building youngsters and accumulating a bit of experience over the years.

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