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Old 05-18-2018, 10:36 AM
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Default Pet Peeve

Bottom line here is that most won't read the entire thing.

My pet peeve is the popular, "any other traffic please advise." Don't know where or how this started. It is annoying!!! Highlighted in this Circular.
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:57 AM
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Default Use All the Tools

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Originally Posted by rvbruce View Post
You can quote rules all day, argue procedures and right-of-way situations until you turn blue (i.e. No one is listening anymore). You really HAVE to be heads up, situationally aware and courteous. Slow down in the pattern and just try to enjoy the pollen in your eyes while your burning that expensive Avgas or Jet A.
This says it all, and donít think your ADSB is going to give you the full picture because that NORDO dosenít have a transponder. Head up and on a swivel. Provide your reports clear and concise.
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