Paul "B.J." Ransbury and Paul Molnar, co-owners of FCI, are especially concerned about the lack of a good training program for general aviation, corporate and airline pilots who want to obtain a greater understanding of how and why upsets, spins and spirals happen, how to avoid getting into that predicament, and how to quickly and successfully recover from any attitude or situation they might find themselves in. Even though all their instructors are retired military fighter pilots who have graduated from the equivalent of their services' "Top Gun" or Fighter Instructor schools, they recognized that they needed someone with experience in emergency maneuvers training to help them develop a curriculum that would achieve their objectives. They decided to base their training on the approach used by Stowell. As a result, Stowell has endorsed FCI's Emergency Maneuvers Training program and will be working closely with them by providing seminars and clinics at IAW in conjunction with FCI. The first clinic is scheduled for January 24-27, 2002, at Williams Gateway Field in Mesa, Arizona.