You’re the owner/operator of a single-engine turboprop. You’ve launched from Colorado Springs Municipal Airport bound for San Jose, California, during monsoon season. The evening departure and climb-out are uneventful, but it starts to get bumpy as you enter the cloud layers abeam Pikes Peak. Even though you’ve flown through plenty of turbulence, tonight you aren’t comfortable. Your stomach is queasy. You’re short of breath. And then you feel sharp little pangs ...


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