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Aviation Learning Center Document Aeronautical Decision Making
Author: FAA Date: 2008
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FAA Advisory Circular 60-22 on Aeronautical Decision Making (FAA Advisory Circular 60-22) states that ADM is a systematic approach to the mental process used by all involved in aviation to consistently determine the best course of action for a given set of circumstances. What does that really mean? From the moment your feet hit the floor in the morning until the key is safely back in your pocket at the end of each flight, you as the pilot (or crew member) have a never-ending series of decisions to make. This process begins long before the master is switched on. The process of good ADM is a continuous flow of information in and actions out. This document describes an effective way to manage this information flow.

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