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#pilotlife #flying #cockpit #avgeek “You can take a pig and teach it to fly, but it will still be a pig.” 🐖 ✈️ 🐷flightsafetyaustralia.com/2019/08/when-p…TS
#pilotlife #flying #avgeek #airlinepilot #aviation #airlinepilot Funny Far Side cartoon or wake up screaming nightmare? ✈️ ☁️ 🐏X
“The word #pilot isn’t going anywhere, not because the technology won’t get to the place where computers are better at #flying than we are . . . It will be because we will simply refuse to give up this weird and amazing thing we love to do.” apple.news/AH_RLqEfmRSqKo…
#pilotlife #logbook Liking the new backup functionality of LogTen @coradine, but are you close on ios14 widgets? Dial-able phone numbers in contacts? KML file storage? Apple Watch os7 app? ✈️😎
#talent #skill #mastery ”What looks like talent is often careful preparation. What looks like skill is often persistent revision.” The always insightful @JamesClear
#mastery #pilotlife “Act like the pilot you want to be at all times. With passengers. Without passengers. With your dog. While you make breakfast. While you sleep. Do this long enough, and perhaps one day, you will be that pilot.” Ben Younger, @FlyingMagazine October 2020.
“A fighter pilot is a man in love with flying. A fighter pilot sees not a cloud but beauty. Not the ground but something remote from him, something that he doesn’t belong to as long as he is airborne. He’s a man who wants to be second-best to no one.” innerairmanship.com/blog/2020/09/1…
#USAF #fighterpilot #flying #pilotlife So much here! Scat was the nickname of his West Point room mate, grounded for color blindness. The red stars for the first two MiGs he shot down. The bucket hat. The non-regulation mustache. And the phrase — “Become a part of her”
#pilotlife #risk #safety “Alpinism is the art of climbing mountains by confronting the greatest dangers with the greatest prudence. Art is used here to mean the accomplishment of knowledge in action.” ~ René Daumal, who I think would have loved flying: brainpickings.org/2020/09/02/ren…
#aerobatics #flying #automation Autopilot babies and paint-by-numbers piloting aren't new ideas. In 1942 a Marine Corps Major wrote about it. People was calling anything more than a gentle bank a stunt. We needed pilots to know the full envelope of flight then — and now.
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