Monthly Archives: September 2016

Force sensing vs. Deflection sidestick… and Neal-Smith FQ criterion

Part of the second year Ghost Project that just took place at ITPS, some simulator surgery was performed in order to assess a force sensing vs. a deflection side stick for a low gain air-to-air task. Study included 4 test … Continue reading

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Reviewer at an International Journal

I am not new to the paper submission process, but up to now I was always participating as an author submitting the paper. This time I was selected as a reviewer and despite the limited time available, I could not … Continue reading

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Calspan at last

The Variable Stability Learjet flights are a significant part of any flight test training course. If you haven’t had them, you are probably missing a significant part of the standard flight test training. Unfortunately they were not part of my initial … Continue reading

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Escaping a storm

Weather forecast is not always accurate and that one fall short almost 1 hr and a half. Just 4nm before my destination airfield a white watery curtain decided to give me a hard time. Flying into a fast moving storm … Continue reading

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