1985-10-14

A Case for Realistic Training 851915

More realistic training for flight crews would not only be beneficial but could be instrumental in the reduction of incidents and accidents, as well as the casualties caused by accidents. Modern equipment and technology are a plus, but they are not necessary for the application of realistic training, when realistic means any training that can provide flight crews with the necessary practical knowledge and skill to deal effectively with real world situations. Examples of this are provided.

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