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Beyond the autopilot, it’s critical that the aircrew has specialized training for times that flights unexpectedly go bad.

THE PLANE flicks viciously onto its back. Suddenly, I’m staring straight over the nose of the little two-seat aircraft at waves that are zooming closer at an alarming rate. “Recover now,” says flight instructor Mark “Greeners” Greenfield in a voice that’s absurdly calm,

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