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CAP Pilot Continuation Training. 21 Jul 02, C-182R, Runway 35, wind 030/09 Training while returning from SAREX Pilot flying an ILS under the hood - CFI was safety pilot Everything looked good at 300’ agl Bounced, became airborne, drifted off left side of runway

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cap pilot continuation training
CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • 21 Jul 02, C-182R, Runway 35, wind 030/09
  • Training while returning from SAREX
  • Pilot flying an ILS under the hood - CFI was safety pilot
  • Everything looked good at 300’ agl
  • Bounced, became airborne, drifted off left side of runway
  • Pilot added power and asked CFI to take over
  • CFI brought aircraft back to runway and landed
  • Nose and LMG collapsed – departed left side of runway
  • Damaged left wing, gear, tail and prop
  • NTSB investigation continues
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • IPs – How far is too far?
  • Trend analysis
  • Proficiency – professional volunteers
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • 12 Aug 02, C-182, ELT mission, VMC conditions
  • Pilot, 75-years-old, Commercial Instrument, 4800 flight hours
  • Observer, 73-years-old
  • Planned a short field approach and landing
  • Collided with approach lighting short of runway
  • Added power and made it to the runway
  • Left horizontal stabilizer and nose wheel pant damaged
  • No injuries
  • NTSB investigation continues
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • Fly the aircraft
  • Crew coordination
  • Ask
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • 31 Aug 02, Cadet Orientation mission, C-182, VMC
  • Pilot, 45-years-old, Commercial/CFI, 985 flight hours
  • Full-flap approach, 60 knots, stall horn, sink rate
  • Power added – Too little, too late
  • Landed hard, 40’ short of runway
  • No injuries
  • Landing gear, prop and firewall damaged
  • NTSB investigation continues
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • Landing proficiency is important!
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • 10 Sep 02, CAPF5 checkride, VMC
  • 68-year-old private pilot (examinee) with 398 hours
  • 47-year-old CFI (check pilot) with 971 hours
  • Forced landing practice to a touch & go landing
  • Direct crosswind 10-14 knots on 2943’ x 50’ runway
  • Steep approach, long landing
  • Trees listed as hazards on both ends of runway
  • Witnesses say aircraft stalled and collided with trees
  • Aircraft substantially damaged – pilots seriously injured
  • NTSB investigation continues
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CAP Pilot Continuation Training
  • Judgment
  • Go-arounds – a great option
  • ROE during instruction or checkride