First Flight 10:35 AM December 17,1903 Kitty Hawk, North Carolina--Photo by John T. Daniels United States Coast Guard

Thursday, March 10, 2005

3-Airman Skill - Piloting Skills

Your pilot skills begin with your physical ability to manage an aircraft and includes the idea of Situational Awareness and Phase of Flight Control of Exposure. It includes your procedural skills, and tactical decision making skills. Other skills that make up your piloting skills are: Aircraft handling, Spatial orientation, in three dimensions. Your sense of timing as you manage time and fuel. Your understanding of weather and the use of weather radar. Your understanding of aircraft performance under varying conditions. Your skills in the use of flight deck automation. Obviously, if an airman has piloting skills but lacks the right kind of attitude, that airman could never be used as an example of "Airmanship".

Copyright R. L. Daniels 2005


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