The March feature,co-authored by professors at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, addresses the interesting and thought-provoking topic of controlled rest in position (CRIP), or pilots napping while at cruise (Pilots sleeping in the cockpit could improve airline safety). The writers make some interesting points that merit exploration. In Money, Charlie Mattingly will have us all trying to think more deliberatively to positively impact our investments and quality of life. His piece has the compelling title, We Have Met the Enemy (of Wealth) and He is Us! Comparing multiple job offers is more than just the bottom-line dollars as Kristopher Olson explains in his Perspectives column (Which Offer Should I Take?). Professional stress is Reini Thijssen’s topic in this month’s Fitness piece. Learn about The 12 Phases of Burnout that will help anyone who is on that tragic path. In Squall Line, Anthony Lorenti urges every pilot to expand their understanding of weather and he reinforces the importance of checking and rechecking weather in order to make better, safer pilots. We encourage our readers to comment on any of our content at email@example.com.
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