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The FAA Safety Policy Voice of Non-commercial General Aviation

The September/October 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on emergencies in aviation and how we react to them. Feature articles focus on the kind of events that can cause an emergency in flight and how we might prevent and react to them. These topics include: engine failures, the startle effect, smoke and fire, and balloons and power lines.

Emergency!

The September/October 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on emergencies in aviation and how we react to them. Feature articles focus on the kind of events that can cause an emergency in flight and how we might prevent and react to them. These topics include: engine failures, the startle effect, smoke and fire, and balloons and power lines.

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Feature Articles

Keep Calm and Carry On: On Staying Cool When Things Get Hot Keep Calm and Carry On: On Staying Cool When Things Get Hot
Engine Failure! Why it Happens, How to Prevent It, and What to Do if it Happens to You Engine Failure! Why it Happens, How to Prevent It, and What to Do if it Happens to You
Why Do I "Lockup" in the Cockpit? Strategies to Help You Overcome Your Startle Responsee Why Do I "Lockup" in the Cockpit? Strategies to Help You Overcome Your Startle Responsee
(Un) Holy Smoke! The Nightmare of Smoke, Fire, and Deadly Gas (Un) Holy Smoke! The Nightmare of Smoke, Fire, and Deadly Gas
The Dangerous Power of Power Lines: Tips for Avoiding Collisions and Close Encounters The Dangerous Power of Power Lines: Tips for Avoiding Collisions and Close Encounters
When Minutes Count: Modern Helicopters Speed Up the "Golden Hour" When Minutes Count: Modern Helicopters Speed Up the "Golden Hour"

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