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Training for abnormal and emergency procedures is an essential element in becoming a glider pilot. Knowledge of procedures is required for coping with control problems, instrument failure, or equipment malfunction. This is especially important in soaring activities. Understanding how to use emergency equipment and survival gear is a practical necessity.
- Porpoising (Part One)
- Porpoising (Part Two) – Roll and Yaw Oscillations
- Gust-Induced Oscillations
- Glider-Induced Oscillations
- Aerotow Abnormal and Emergency Procedures (Part One)
- Aerotow Abnormal and Emergency Procedures (Part Two)
- Ground Launch and Self Launch Abnormal and Emergency Procedures
- Spiral Dives and Spins
- Off-Field Landing Procedures (Part One)
- Off-Field Landing Procedures (Part One) – After Landing Off-Field
- Glider System and Equipment Malfunctions (Part One)
- Glider System and Equipment Malfunctions (Part Two)
- Glider System and Equipment Malfunctions (Part Three)
- Miscellaneous Flight System Malfunctions
- Self-Launching Gliders (Part One)
- Self-Launching Gliders (Part Two)
- Pilot Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear
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