choose a category
our top users
Buy darvocet onlineAlthough I agree with your premise that requiring the co-pilot for all Part 121 operators to have an ATP is pointless. I am concerned that your reasoning is flawed and your solution is nebulous. To wit, experience does not equal judgment. However, I am not aware of any generally accepted objective criteria for measuring judgment other than as a derivative of experience. Neither am I aware of any form of training that would impart judgment.
I believe the root of these "judgment" related accidents is the lack of cumulative experience in the cockpit of these aircraft. Professional flying is a trade. Until recently it was passed from individual to individual through a system of apprenticeship. Like all human endeavors the development of skill and ability in the cockpit was gained by absorbing the wisdom of our seniors. [For a more eloquent description of this phenomenon please re-read Ernest Gann's "Fate is the Hunter" and take note of the credit he gives to the senior pilots who trained him]
Unfortunately, I can not offer a solution to the problem as I see it. Buy darvocet onlineThe traditional process for producing competent professional pilots has fallen victim to the demands of an industry and a culture which demands immediate low cost satisfaction of their needs. The inevitable consequence of this process is the needless loss of life. http://www.lasixmedication.info