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In Response to Stan Dunn’s “Dangerous Rudder” (February) I’m working my way through the Feb issue of Twin &Turbine, and I really enjoyed your article about how most of us are rudder illiterate. I was one of those tailwheel guys who wouldn’t shut up when I first started my flight training in an Aeronca Champ, Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “Under Pressure” (November)  I enjoyed your article this month on pressurization. I just bought my first pressurized aircraft, a P337H Skymaster. I found your comment humorous, “I am routinely told flying piston twins without full pressurization is somewhat common in the industry” – as all I’ve ever flown for 25 Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “To Trade or Not to Trade” Just read your piece referenced above. Your logic aligns with my own. I bought my 340A in 1980 and it does what I need and probably more economically than any of the reasonable alternatives. As you noted, however, older planes need occasional major TLC. In Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “Turning Professional” (February) Just a quick thanks for sharing your career path story in the latest T &T. I’m happy for you that you’ve ended up engaged in a career you enjoy and beyond that share your experiences with us monthly in Twin & Turbine. I’ve wanted to write before Read More

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In Response to David Miller’s “Irrational Behavior” (December) I just read your piece in the December edition of Twin & Turbine. I learned to fly at age 11 in 1969 and have owned two Bonanzas and four new Barons over the course of my flying career. We took our two teenage sons all over the Read More