Air Clues Safety Magazine Issue 42

With winter now upon us, this Issue of Air Clues has several articles that discuss activity and operations in cold weather, and how personnel should take steps to protect themselves. The Docs have written a great article on Aviation Dissociative Phenomena – a very interesting area where pilots experience some particularly odd sensations and illusions when flying the aircraft. And, there is the usual open and honest stories about how aircrew found themselves in difficulty and, by luck or judgement, got away with it, but with lessons for others. Enjoy!

The front cover of the magazine, showing a RAF Chinook helicopter with an underslung load in a snowy environment


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