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To pilots, air isn’t a gas—it’s a fluid. You probably realized it the first time you stuck your hand out a car window. As the camber of your hand changed, it became obvious that the once stagnant air had incredible character; it shared its inherent buoyancy, waves, and currents with the ocean. Even some of the world’s greatest pilots, like air show superstar Sean D. Tucker, liken the grip on a stick to the feel of sailboat’s tiller.
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