I Know I’m Right, But….

Proper traffic pattern etiquette can be in the eye of the beholder, but when someone makes an obvious mistake, treat it as a learning opportunity for them.

I had friend—a mentor, really. He flew Hawker Hurricanes in WWII, and had great war stories. Like the time he was jumped and shot down by three Messerschmitts in the North African desert. He described the German machine gun rounds hitting his wings looking “like a sewing-machine stitching.” Looking over his shoulder, he saw the “white […]
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