Survival Gear

If avoiding a crash isn't possible, rescue can be hours or even days away. Keeping some basic lifesaving equipment aboard can help bridge the gap.

My previous article (“Off-Field Landings,” October 2021) discussed how to minimize the risks when a worst-case scenario becomes real. Doing what you can to prevent an off-field landing remains Job One, but sometimes things don’t work out. All of a sudden, you’re on the ground, the airplane is broken and you can’t get a cell […]
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