In May, Marc Himelhoch picks up where he left off with Military to Airline Pilot 101 … What to Expect in Your First Year. In this second part, he takes you into the simulator phase of the training. Though written for Cockpit to Cockpitwhich is aimed at those transitioning from military aviation to commercial, there is valuable information for anyone going into training with an airline. In Pilot Fitness, Nate Racine takes a bit of a turn away from the column’s usual focus on the physical into the realm of psychology in an interesting piece about mitigated speech. The subtitle explains the concept succinctly: The potentially disastrous implications of keeping your language in check. A very timely and informative article by Matthew Rutowski for Perspectives, titled, How Networking Can Make or Break You,will have you thinking about your social networking brand and its implications for your future. Always with his attention on our financial health, for this month’s Moneycolumn, James Knapp gives us some solid advice in Knowledge is Your Power Tool. Our contributor for the Squall Linecolumn, Anthony Lorenti, continues to provide edification to better understand the weather and the forecasting tools available to us. The Featurearticle this month introduces us to The Latino Pilots Association (LPA) and one of its superstars, Camila Turrieta. Learn from its president and Camila about the good works and the noble mission to which the organization is dedicated.
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