June 2014 articles by Thomas P. Turner:
Post-flight Debrief and the Highly Qualified Pilot
To learn from experience, you need to take some time to review your performance.
In the Slot
Know the targets for short final--to avoid landing short or landing long.
Twin & Turbine
Safety Pilot: Going Visual
You accept a lot of personal responsibility when you report the airport in sight.
Baron Pilot: Vmca vs. Vs
When demonstrating loss of control may cause the real thing.
Continued Operational Safety
The difference between aircraft age and fatigue exposure.
Preflighting for Oshkosh: The Pilot
Your airplane's ready for AirVenture. Are you?
Gear collapse mishaps make up more than half of all Landing Gear-Related Mishaps, and represent the most common reason retractable-gear airplanes are permanently removed from service. Many times gear collapses result from inattention to gear rigging preventive maintenance. Here's how to do the most to keep your airplane flying for many years to come.
The Truth About Stalls in Piper PA46-Series Airplanes
What are the NTSB stall scenarios in Piper Malibus, Mirages and Meridians, and how can you train to avoid them?
The Unique Risks of the Business Pilot
You've got a lot riding on this business flight. How does that impact your safety?