Opinion: Pilot Organizations Shelter All
It’s rarely spoken, but most pilots consider themselves rugged individualists. Understandably. After all, earning one’s wings is mentally and physically demanding and often not a little frightening. There is no pilot by default. And a true rite of passage is one’s first solo—no one but you to get...
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