Ask any fighter pilot about situational awareness and the response will focus on the best ways to turn the odds during aerial combat and how to improve one’s survivability in any set of circumstances. While outside of military aviation our interests don’t include the need to “apply steel on target,” survival should be a top concern of all who fly. The problem with the term “situational awareness” is that its meaning has been appropriated by the academics. ...


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