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Last week, AVweb asked your opinion on wolf hunting from the air, a practice that's recently been banned in Alaska.

The majority of readers who participated in our poll said no, wolf-hunting should not be allowed.  (This accounted for 57% of our total responses.)

A smaller faction of readers (30%) said that yes, this type of wolf-hunting should be allowed.

And a substantial 13% of those who took our poll responded There's a reason nobody asked me; it's really none of my business.


Certain physical laws sometimes conspire to make your aircraft a particularly good target for enormous natural electric discharges in the atmosphere (lightning).

Has your aircraft ever been the target of a lightning strike?

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