Optimal trajectory studies of aircraft in wind shear have resulted in insight as how to best fly an aircraft in a wind shear; these also question some previous (and current) recommendations. Recent accidents and incidents give new support for some old ideas. Human factors problems of information transfer to and from the cockpit and pilot interface with the aircraft are discussed. Some miscellaneous information is included for the record with reintroduction of some old data which are important but not currently provided to pilots. Because of the chronological record, the miscellaneous information is discussed first.