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Pilots: Ever Distrust Your Teammember's Judgement?

Tue May 03, 2005 2:11 pm

I am aware that flightcrews have to go through teamwork training and all, but I am sure that in every commercial pilot's career there was that one captain or first officer that for the duration of the partnership or for a brief moment scared the crap out of you.

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RE: Pilots: Ever Distrust Your Teammember's Judgement?

Tue May 03, 2005 3:00 pm

Another question: If something happens as a result of the action of another crew member that warrants a report of some sort is it always done? In other words, how much do pilots look out for one another before the airline and or FAA?

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