airmanship : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the art of operating aircraft

  • Pilots have been hesitant to report collision near misses since former Federal Aeronautics Administration Chief Elwood Quesada started to fine them for errors in airmanship.
  • Through 135 hours of science, social science and humanities, plus 48 hours of "military airmanship," every man is tested every day in every way.
  • The Air Force has already planned a sinewy four-year curriculum (1,548 hours of humanities, 1,629 of science, 2,176 of airmanship, including drill as well as flight), and intends .
News & Articles

  • F/A-18 Hornet Pilot Performs One Of The Craziest Flybys Ever
    Poor airmanship or skillful pilot? Most probably both. As already explained several times on this blog, concerning the famous Argentine pilots' flybys , such “improvised air shows” can be very dangerous, even when they don’t imply difficult maneuvers.
    July 26, 2013 - Business Insider

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