The prime rule of aviation training is: Train the way you fly and fly the way you train. The rule, taken at face value, seems to be self-evident. Who could disagree? Yet many of the accidents that befall operators of turbine aircraft provide evidence that we don't always fly the way we train. Indeed, the circumstances of some accidents suggest we often spend a great deal of time training for the wrong mission, or training for unlikely events, or training to the wrong set of standards. ...
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