Sat Oct 23, 2010 12:23 am
His over-controlling will have exacerbated the disconnection between the eyes and inner ear when in cloud, thus leading to his dis-orientation. We were put in a dis-orientation box as part of our Aero-Med course in the RAF, designed to show you first hand why you think you are leaning left or descending when you are actually straight and level.
In Pilot X's case, his ear won't have detected a small movement as the aircraft deviates from the climb, but will have registered the big correction, then because his scan is poor in this aircraft, he will have reverted to his natural flying by feel, which is what led to his almost demise...
[color=#FF0000]Unfortuntaely we have had to close Aero-ist down for a while, but if you need anything please PM me, we have some stock left