GPS in the IFR System: A Ground Up Guide.
Avweb/Belvoir Publications. First Published July 7, 2002.
Abstract: Explores some of the information that every pilot who uses GPS in the IFR system should know, including the importance of RAIM, what goes on behind the scenes during a GPS approach, and some of the ways to utilize GPS to its maximum potential in some less-than-ideal situations.
Airline-Quality Weather Decisions for the General Aviation Pilot.
Avweb/Belvoir Publications. First Published November 4, 2002.
Abstract: Discussion of practical application of the limited resources available to the low-altitude general aviation pilot to maximize both safety and completions of flights.
Climbing the Ladder: Making the Step from Piston Driver to Airline Pilot.
Avweb/Belvoir Publications. First Published January 29, 2003.
Abstract: Relates the author's experience while training to become a regional airline pilot.
Ten Things Your Flight Instructor Wishes You Knew.
Avweb/Belvoir Publications. First Published May 9, 2003.
Abstract: Overview of common mistakes exhibited by student pilots during training.
Use Your Head!
Avweb/Belvoir Publications. First Published August 17, 2003.
Abstract: Examination of the "follow the book" philosophy's dark side, when rote memorization and an inability to think "outside the box" can be dangerous to pilots, whether professional or amateur.
Aviation Safety Magazine, August 2005.
Abstract: Looks at the difficulties associated with moving from automated high-speed equipment under IFR to small, simple aircraft under VFR. Not available online.
Five Ways to Go Pro
Aviation Safety Magazine, September 2005.
Abstract: A series of suggestions on how the general aviation pilot can approach flying with the same attitudes and procedures as professional pilots.
The Secrets of the Chandelle (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
NAFI Mentor, September 2002.
Abstract: A discussion of typical mistakes on the commercial-pilot test maneuver and strategies to cope with them.
Tom's Thunderstorm (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
NAFI Mentor, April 2003.
Abstract: Relates the application of proper ADM, overcoming psychological pressures to fly in unsafe conditions and proper methods of demonstrating these qualities to student pilots.
Forecasting Fundamentals (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
NAFI Mentor, May 2003.
Abstract: A practical application of information readily available to student pilots for weather forecasting and understanding.
High to Low, Look Out Below: A Study of Global Circulation Patterns as They Relate to the Professional Aviator. (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
November 23, 1999.
Abstract: A basic understanding of synoptic and planetary scale weather systems is fundamental to the safe operation of a commercial aircraft. The following is a discussion of the production of synoptic scale weather patterns through global scale transports of heat, and the implications to the professional aviator.
The Downsides of Automation: Staying Alive in Modern Aviation. (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
March 8, 2000.
Abstract: As aircraft automation becomes more and more prevalent in the professional aviation industry, it is of vital importance that the crews be trained to work together and with the automated systems installed in such a way that promotes the reduction of errors and the awareness of potential technology conflicts. The following is a discussion of the breakdown patterns of human/technology interfaces, and some recommendations to combat the problem.
Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The Basic Aerodynamics of Supersonic Flight. (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
April 3, 2000.
Abstract: This document contains a discussion of the basic principles which create lift, the upward force which maintains an aircraft's flight, in both subsonic and supersonic conditions. Areas of discussion include Bernoulli's Principle, the Continuity Principle, Euler's Equasion, Oblique Shock Waves and Expansion Waves, and supersonic aircraft stability problems.
Jeremy has also made contributions to the Aviator's Model Code of Conduct.