Good posting, Expratt
You see, pilots have a problem with me... I am a line pilot, an instructor and the flight crew training manager... and I have instructed in the airline and military environment since the mid 1970s...
In the classroom, I have had to answer questions I did not know anything about - and educated myself a lot... further, all pilots anf flight engineers know about FF
and thrust relation...
If the Air Florida pilots had known about FF
, they would not had been fooled by their frozen PT2 oribe in the sad Washington accident with the 737... If I would have been on that flight, that airplane would have flown...
Yes, PanAm crews had no clue about FF
, in the Air Force, my trainees slept in the classrooms... but here they listen in Argentina, and are outstanding guys who are trained to my tough standards - after which we enjoy a beer together and laugh about our flying careers...
There is only one limit to knowledge, the one you want to set as your own standards. I want "my troops" to have the highest, and I will make any effort to help then reach it.