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Question of the Day


On the taxi check, the magnetic compass should?




Advice of the Day


Flight time does not matter. What you do with that flight time does.



Airplane of the Day


Aircraft of the Day


Learn more: Cessna 208 Caravan

Helicopter of the Day


Helicopter of the Day


Learn more: Sikorski CH-53

System of the Day


Cabin Heating and Cooling Systems: Cabin Heating and cooling systems provide conditioned air for comfortable operations during various weather conditions



Aviator of the Day


Aviator of the Day

Wilbur Wright: Learn More!


Regulation of the Day


FAR 91.1: Applicability



Maneuver of the Day


Soft Field Takeoffs: Soft field takeoffs are used to obtain maximum performance when departing from a soft or rough runway surface



Emergency of the Day


Engine Failure: The total loss of power requires immediate actions which depend upon speed (life) and altitude (life insurance)



Powerplant of the Day


R-2000 Twin Wasp: The?Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Twin Wasp?is a radial engine developed in the United States in 1942 to power military aircraft



Event of the Day


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Mishap of the Day


ERA14LA450: The NTSB determines the probable cause(s) of this accident to be: The pilot's inadequate preflight planning, which resulted in a takeoff with the airplane's center of gravity aft of its limit and led the airplane to exceed its critical angle of attack and experience an aerodynamic stall during the initial climb.