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Posted April 13, 2005
The first part of the book shows the statistics gathered to define the killing zone. This first part of the book is really boring and seems as if Craig is trying to say that you are more likely to get killed flying, than driving. The body of the book is where it gets interesting. As a student pilot that has not yet flown through the killing zone this educational section of the book was really helpful. Crag breaks the body chapters in to 12 problem areas, each chapter explaining how to prevent and recover from each problem. The one major thing that Craig did not refer to very much in the book is human factors or human errors. I was told from a ground school instructor that 65% of all general aviation accidents involved some type of pilot error. Something this significant should have been mentioned in the book. Over all this is a really good book for student pilots. It will be one of my many reference materials as I fly through the killing zone.
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