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Geoffrey Knauth

I had a great helicopter lesson. The first thing Scott Welch (at pct.edu) taught me was to lift up one skid carefully, then the other, then put them back down in reverse order. He had me do that over and over before we went into hovering or did anything else. He'd seen too many hot shot helicopter pilots pop the copter off the ground, get unstable and crash. There's a lesson in that beyond helicopters.

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