Aero Crew News
In this month’s combined issue, the Feature is dedicated to showcasing the background and medical services provided by MedAire. We aren’t taking too much for granted these days in the area of health, so the timeliness of this piece is notable. Another timely article is supplied by Reini Thijssen in the Fitness column. Don’t Worry! is more than an admonition, it is valuable advice on how to handle the stresses of uncertainty. As we have come to expect and appreciate from Charlie Mattingly in Money, we are provided solid advice about dealing with the uncertainties of the economy in his piece titled, Five Things You Can Do to Prepare for a Bear Market or Recession. (Afterward, it may be helpful to revisit Reini’s Don’t Worry!) Perspectives offers some great advice from Victor Vazquez about continuing to grow your career through professional development. You may be inspired to make the most of any extra downtime you find yourself trying to fill. And, if there weren’t enough beyond our control, there is always the weather! In this month’s Squall Line, Anthony Lorenti gives us more on convective weather and a cringe-worthy incident report to read that is also an opportunity for professional development. With perhaps more downtime than you are accustomed to, we suggest that you read each contribution in this valuable issue. Remember, the articles provided by Aero Crew News are published to make each of us better pilots and crew, better providers, better members of our families, our circles of friends and colleagues, and the greater society. We share with you and invite you to share with others. Always, we welcome your feedback at [email protected].