Importance Of Peer Reviews For Pilots

Pilot peer review
Review pilot Greg Bongiorno watches a Gulfstream GVII-G500 crew during a cockpit preflight.
Credit: James Albright
If you are like most pilots, you probably think you have taken more than enough check rides to last a lifetime, certainly enough for a career. For many of us, a check ride means engine failures, cabin fires, rapid depressurizations and other catastrophes followed by a landing in the crummiest...

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