Compartmentalization And A Focus On Flight, Part 2

T-37 cockpit
Cessna T-37B cockpit. Credit: J. Brew, Creative Commons
This first part of this article discusses compartmentalization as a way to stay focused on the mission. Imagine flying an ILS approach in the weather to minimums, without the aid of an autopilot or flight director. Now imagine doing that in the cockpit of a Cessna T-37B where not only are the...

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