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BeschreibungRedefining Airmanship offers the first concrete model of the abstract ideal of "airmanship," and gives the reader step-by-step guidance for self-appraisal and improvement in the areas of flight proficiency, teamwork, and good judgment in crisis situations. The author, Major Tony Kern, draws on his extensive flight and crew-training experience in the U.S. Air Force, but his model is invaluable for all pilots, whether military, recreational, or commercial.
"Kern's work is a breakthrough, and a benchmark."
--John J. Nance, author of Blind Trust
InhaltsverzeichnisList of contributors.Introduction.The Roots and Essence of Airmanship.Flight Discipline: The Cornerstone of Airmanship.Skill and Proficiency: Two Edges of the Airmanship Sword.Know Yourself.Know Your Aircraft.Know Your Team: Teamwork and Crew Resource Management (CRM).Know Your Environment.Know Your Risk.Situational Awareness.Judgment and Decision Making.Airmanship on the Edge: The Total Package in Action.Inhibitors and Obstacles to Achieving Airmanship.Instructing and Evaluating Airmanship.Understanding Airmanship Error.The Marks of an Airman.Appendix: LINE/LOs Checklist.
PortraitAviation Human Factors authority, former U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel
Pressestimmen``Kern hits the mark with the focus on individual responsibility and airmanship. . .'' ``There is no improvement like self-improvement, and ``Airmanship'' hits the critical points on complacency, discipline, and pilot judgment''
Untertitel: 40 illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1997
Seitenanzahl: 463 Seiten