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Chart the Course

The aeronautical chart is the most important navigation tool that a pilot has. It contains an enormous amount of information. The whole process of planning a cross-country flight, from selecting a destination to drawing a line on the map to computing magnetic headings, fuel flows, and ground speeds, are all annotated on the chart. The […]

Building a Network of Aerospace Leaders

Test pilots are notoriously bad for sharing “individual” lessons learned with other individuals. We’d rather write a paper about test team best practices or lessons learned.  But perhaps that isn’t the best strategy, at least that’s what these articles about collaboration in the math community suggest. The full text of the article, Scholars Test Web […]