What is your “flying purpose”?

Today I performed a basic evaluation of a Glass Upgrade for DG/HSI and Attitude Instruments on a Cessna 172. It is not a fast jet, but I much enjoyed the process. In the end of the day I feel that what matters most is not “what” you are flying, but “why” you are flying, and for me flying for science and engineering sits in the top of the “flying purpose” list, being surpassed only by flying for the purpose of saving human lives and defending one’s homeland. Cheers

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