May 2014- I was having dinner with Bob Welter, a friend of mine who has been a General Aviation pilot for many years and has owned and operated a number of personal airplanes that he used for business and pleasure. We had drifted into the topic of handling emergencies when Bob asked me what I thought might be a good blend between strictly following published procedures and the urge to venture out on your own initiative to troubleshoot and solve airborne problems.
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