The Severe Storm

Little raises dread in a pilot more than a severe storm, and for good reason. But assume your analytical persona for a moment and we'll make short work of ‘em.

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Strong thunderstorms are one of the places aviation and fear often intersect. And for good reason: severe storms have led to countless disasters, perhaps the most famous one being the Delta L-1011 crash at DFW Airport in 1985. That tragedy brought far-reaching consequences to flight training programs and ATC equipment, and led to advances in […]
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