*** PREVIOUS RESULTS ***
Last week, AVweb asked readers to rate their level of
concern about hypoxia in the cockpit.
20% of you told us hypoxia isn't much of a concern,
because you do the bulk of your flying under 5,000 feet
but the largest portion of respondents (a full 40%)
acknowledged that you begin to pay attention (and
perhaps even worry?) when you cross the 10,000-foot
Another 20% of you maintain your vigilance at all
times, exercising valuable cockpit caution. And
another 8% credit your training with keeping you ready
for any potential problems.
Only 9% of our respondents insisted that they were
"always prepared" for depressurization and potential
hypoxia, and a tiny 3% of those surveyed told us they
pay attention (even at low altitudes) when the heat and
humidity are high.
*** THIS WEEK'S QUESTION ***
There's been a lot of discussion about the ADIZ in
Washington becoming permanent (including
this editorial, appearing today in our "ATIS"
opinion section). We've already asked
how you feel about the possibility; this week, we'd
like to know if any of you are planning to fight the
plans to make the ADIZ permanent.
What actions (if any) will you take because of all
this talk of a permanent ADIZ?
Click here to answer.
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