Applied CRM Concepts in Upset Training

Coordinated Crew Response: A Critical Factor for Upset Prevention and Recovery

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What happens in an upset, when time is critical and confusion can reign supreme?

Flight crews are taught to work together through structured procedures even while addressing emergencies. What happens in an upset, when time is critical and confusion can reign supreme? Despite Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) being the predominant cause of fatalities for over a decade, many pilots are not taught to recover from unusual attitudes or other upset events in a coordinated manner as a crew. This course is essential for multi-pilot crews. It explains the importance of a practiced, coordinated response to upset events and the clear, concise communication that can make the difference in a life-threatening airplane upset event. Perfect for standardization of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) principles.

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Your Instructor

Capt. Clarke 'Otter' McNeace
Capt. Clarke 'Otter' McNeace

Clarke is based at APS Headquarters at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (KIWA) in Mesa, Arizona USA. His career spans a wide spectrum of aviation to include: the US Navy an F/A-18 Hornet fighter pilot, commercial flight operations as an airline captain at a major US air carrier, as well as general aviation experience starting as a teenager with his own airplane in light pistons, that later expanded into gliders and float planes. Clarke has over 15,000 flight hours, is a 6-time Master CFI, and is now in his 17th year specializing in the development and delivery of APS' world-class Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) solutions.

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