One Risk Over The Line

Even when a flight begins as a routine mission, it stays that way only until a new hazard appears and changes the equation.

Thanks in part to requirements in the new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for applicants to demonstrate proficiency with it on practical tests, risk management is becoming an integral part of the training process. Outlined in every task of every ACS for certificates and ratings, applicants are evaluated on their ability to identify, assess and mitigate […]
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