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    Default Welcome to 'The Briefing Room!'

    Hi all,

    Welcome to the newest JP.net forum, The Briefing Room!

    I would first like to thank JP Admin Anthony Jackson, a Qantas 767-300ER pilot, for volunteering to host this forum! Thanks, AJ!

    This forum will serve as a place to discuss all technical and airline operations related aviation topics, from IRS alignment on Boeing aircraft, to dispatch, air traffic control, etc., etc.

    We sincerely hope you will enjoy this new forum addition!
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    Looks like ill be spending more time on here

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    Good stuff Chris, we have many regulars with experience in these topics so I'm sure we'll all learn a lot!

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    Thanks AJ!

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    It's nice to see something some suggested earlier to be actually implemented.

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    Good job. That's what jp.net forum needed the most!

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    freakin awesome guys, I've been hoping something like this would pop up for quite some time now. Thanks for listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screaming_emu
    freakin awesome guys, I've been hoping something like this would pop up for quite some time now. Thanks for listening.
    I'll second that..

    Thanks a lot Administrators!

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    Brilliant new forum. Awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ
    Good stuff Chris, we have many regulars with experience in these topics so I'm sure we'll all learn a lot!
    I concur indeed. One reason for being here is to learn first hand from those in the aviation business. A great addition Chris!
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    Can I make a short suggestion? I'm working on my CFI rating right now and one of the things we've learned is that its really important not to be spouting out wrong information. So for those of us (myself included) who dont have years and years of experience, I think it might be a smart idea to have to cite a source for anything we put on here.

    I say this because its happened to me a lot where I think I know the answer, and I go to look it up and find out that I'm completely off target. Or that I'm forgetting another important point. It might take a bit more time but I think it will be worth it. On easy questions that we are sure we know the answer for, we should already know where to find it anyway.

    Just an idea that I think will help make the information put on here more correct.

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    Excellent new addition to the forums . Looking forward to some interesting stuff to learn.

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    Let me second that what Bruno said. I have waited for this forum. Finally its here. Thanks alot Admins.

    Hoping to see some good threads here .

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    Brilliant forum and thanks to both AJ and ChrisK for setting it up

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    Great idea. Thanks admin, AJ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by screaming_emu
    Can I make a short suggestion? I'm working on my CFI rating right now and one of the things we've learned is that its really important not to be spouting out wrong information. So for those of us (myself included) who dont have years and years of experience, I think it might be a smart idea to have to cite a source for anything we put on here.

    I say this because its happened to me a lot where I think I know the answer, and I go to look it up and find out that I'm completely off target. Or that I'm forgetting another important point. It might take a bit more time but I think it will be worth it. On easy questions that we are sure we know the answer for, we should already know where to find it anyway.

    Just an idea that I think will help make the information put on here more correct.
    A good idea Joe.

    Mot of the time if someone asks me a very technical question about an airplane or FAR's, I'll be sure to take out whatever books I have handy.

    Just like in the cockpit, during any emergency, some immedate items have to be accomplished by memory. But once the urgency dies down, you'll see a checklist and also associated pages from the airplane's flight manual brought out to make sure everything is handled correctly.
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    Let's the show begin. Long live to this forum.
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    Great idea! I look forward to posting here in the future!

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    Brillant Idea guys!

    Thanks ChrisK and AJ!
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    Sweet. Thanks Chris and AJ.

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