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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “A Medical Look at Hypoxia” (December) I enjoy your articles in Twin & Turbine and had a question regarding your most recent. After flying a Baron 58 for 22 years, I recently acquired a JetProp and enjoy it immensely. My aircraft is equipped with an emergency O2 bottle right behind Read More

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In Response to David Miller’s “Scoreboard” (November) Your articles are always interesting but you drove home a very good lesson with the one on monitoring the scoreboard.   Our instructors TELL us to pay attention to this but like most pilots new to the G1000, so much is going on that it is often overwhelming Read More

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In Response to Dianne White’s “The Hero’s Honor They Deserve” Our small world continues to intersect. I read your feature about WASP pilot Elaine Harmon (October, 2018). I flew Mrs. Harmon from Fort Worth to Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas in 2008 at the last WASP reunion. The WASP ladies held their final reunion in Dallas Read More

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In Response to Kevin Ware’s “It’s All About the Ice” The excellent article in May about flying in the Northwest in a pressurized twin is right on point! I read the article and it sounded so familiar; I’ve been there twice in the past 15 years flying across the Cascades, Blue Mountains and the Salmon River Read More

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In Response to Thomas Turner’s “On a Swivel” In Thomas P. Turner’s article in the June issue, he states that in order to be detected by TCAS or TCAD a transponder-equipped target (a Cessna 150 in his example) must be “in radar contact with ATC” and that “even if the aircraft had a transponder, the Read More