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Flying Magazine, June 2002 Issue

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PILOT REPORTS: Let There Be Light - True "blind flying" has arrived with Gulfstream's new enhanced vision system (EVS), which is standard on the new G-V-SP. By]. Mac McClellan Working for the NTSB - What's so great about working for the NTSB Turns out there are several reasons worth considering, even if you aren't an airline pilot. By Phaedra Hise The Mitsubishi MU-2 - A personal rocket ship Long out of production, the MU-2 is a revamped airplane that can be safely flown only one way. By Richard L. Collins FLYING SAFELY: The Ultimate in Positional Awareness - The JeppView system on the MX20 is a backup for the primary instruments required to conduct a GPS, VOR or ILS. It tells you where you are in relation to the published approach procedure. By Tom Benenson What Pilots Don't Know - An interview with John and Martha King sheds a different light on how to teach pilots to effectively manage risk. By Lane Wallace On The Record - NTSB summary excerpts from a variety of accident reports. Aftermath - Ground Effect. By Peter Garrison I Learned About Flying From That - Breaking the String. By Fred McCarthy TRAINING: Avoiding Midairs - It takes two to have a midair collision, and we cover several different ways to reduce the chances of being involved in one. ByJayHopkins Quiz Time - Questions from the FAA's Commercial Pilot Airmen Knowledge Test FLYING OPINION: Left Seat - Aviation Sentry. By Mac McClellan On Top - Mooney Musing. By Richard L. Collins Technicalities - Folding Wings. By Peter Garrison Touchdown - Pan Am Trilogy. By Thomas Block Gear Up - Fairhope Convention. By Dick Karl Flying Lessons - The Gifts of Plan B. By Lane Wallace FLYING NEWS & NOTES: Flying Mail - Moving up; Sport pilot & medical; Insurance liability; Fuel reminder Reporting Points - GPS Phase-In delayed; Boeing Stratoliner ditched in Puget Sound; Piston helicopters' impressive safety record; Fairchild Domier files for insolvency New Products - Size does matter; Round engine worship; FlightStat fights hypoxia Owner/Operator - Satellite System to use Jeppesen Weather; Blended winglets Avionics - PS Engineering offers no-hassle upgrade; XM Radio for your airplane Unicorn - Did any WWII-era airplane ever reach the speed of sound Calendar - 2002 Summer Fun Flashbacks - 50 and 25 years ago in these pages

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