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|December 2014 Review
It is the end of the year; the first year of ag flying for some, the end of a career for others that are retiring and the end of a year for those with many decades of flying ag. Each sees the ending in their own way. For most, the season has been a relatively “normal” season, not too busy and not too slow. However, often after several extremely good years, the definition of normal changes and becomes a slow season. The one thing that can be assured in ag-aviation, neither exceptional, normal or slow seasons last forever. How you weather them often depends on what you have learned and how you apply that education.
Are you SAFE?
That’s the biggest question you need to remember before each flight. As the Federal Air Surgeon, the one thing I want you to remember is that medical certification is an ongoing process that doesn’t end when you leave the Aviation Medical Examiner’s office. Before every flight I recommend employing the IMSAFE check list.
December digital editions of AgAir Update Spanish and AgAir Update Portuguese available!
Full video recaps of NAAA Convention in Lousiville, KY