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September 2013 Issue

Real-World Risk Management

The acid test in managing the risk of personal aviation is whether you’re willing and able to follow your own advice.

Regular readers of this journal are familiar with the series of articles I’ve written and advice I’ve given on the art and science of risk management. By now, you’re probably curious as to whether I actually use and implement the information and practices I recommend in my own aviating, or whether I’m merely speculating from some safe, lofty journalistic perch.

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