Today’s Illustration: When It’s Not Passed On To The Next Generation

preflight walk around

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The question was asked  . . . .

Do airline pilots ever reject an aircraft based on the pre-flight walk-around check?”

Jan Zumwalt, a former fire chief, aircraft pilot, and a certified A& P [Airframe and Powerplant] mechanic, made the following observation in a recent brief response . . . .

The more serious or significant the task or endeavor, the more important the information be passed on to the “next generation.”  The “next-generation” includes the present inexperienced or newly taught individuals of that field of study.

Key Biblical Concepts:

  • second-generation Christians
  • regret
  • examination
  • preparation
  • commit thou to faithful men
  • too late
  • caring
  • life
  • death
  • saved
  • how it affects others

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Key Useful Phrases:

  • “pre-flight walk around.”
  • “just happened to notice.”
  • “ask me and their mechanic
  • Neither of us thought it was anything to worry about but
  • regardless of how small
  • plane be put on hold
  • This scenario was never taught to me
  • The major problem I see is that experience is not transferred to future generations.

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