As we continue to go through what might best be described as a paradigm shift in our society, we are making every effort to stay relevant with our content. This month, we proffer timely pieces about coping with the virus, particularly as they relate to our industry. In FITNESS, Reini Thijssen has sound advice about the grief associated with being furloughed. In his PERSPECTIVES column, Kristopher Olson provides some interesting and informative data, coupled with ponderable points about the future of commercial aviation and one’s career goals. There is something to think about offered in A Case for Continuing your Education in Sergio Sovero’s KNOWLEDGE BASE column. Might a higher degree be a wise decision for your future? Back after a long writing hiatus, Marc Himelhoch is our FEATURE with a comparative analysis of planning for weather and weathering an industry downturn. Marc’s writing is always on-point and brings insightful angles. His (semi-regular) column COCKPTIT 2 COCKPIT is always appreciated, especially by those who are considering a transition from military aviation to the commercial segment. All at Aero Crew News are very pleased to have him back on our pages. MONEY is never irrelevant and this month James Knapp strives to provide historical context to what is going on in these turbulent times with the stock market and even gold. With no reference whatsoever to the viral storm on our planet, SQUALL LINE explains outflow boundaries and how to identify them on radar and satellite imagery. Thankfully, we’re always learning to become better at what we do. As always, we invite your comments and suggestions. Write to us at email@example.com.
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