The Pilot's Lounge #38:
Yes, Pogo, the Enemy Is Us

Go-arounds. Too-wide patterns. Opposite-direction traffic. Stall-spin fatalities. Sound like an emergency procedure discussion? It's not it's what happened with frightening regularity this year at Oshkosh. With EAA AirVenture 2001 now but a recent memory, it's time to take a close look at how poorly prepared were some of the pilots flying into the busiest airport in the world. Sadly, this year's event brought out the worst in many of them. As AVweb's Rick Durden writes, we are our own worst enemy when it comes to flying to Oshkosh and if we don't shape up, this privilege could be taken away.

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