Cockpit Smoke

An event involving a partial engine failure and thick smoke in the cockpit has a favorable outcome, thanks to excellent crew coordination and training.

This was an otherwise-routine, night VFR mission, and a proficiency flight for the SIC, who was serving as pilot at the controls (PAC). At 2345 local time and after approximately three hours on station at 24,000 feet msl about 20 miles east of the airfield, the PIC, in the right seat and the pilot not […]
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