YOU CAN LISTEN TO THIS LECTURE BELOW, VISIT THE SOCIETY'S 'SOUNDCLOUD', OR SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE ON ITUNES. Captain Rockliff’s lecture discusses his near 20 year association with upset recovery and focus on the following themes: 1. Genesis and evolution of the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid 2. Positive value versus the limitations of simulators to conduct Upset Recovery Training 3. The risk of negative training This annual lecture honours Capt Ray Jones, one of the Flight Simulation Groups founding members and celebrates his contribution to the development of the group, the advancement in the art and science of flight simulation and in particular application in the training of civil airline pilots. Recorded: September 25, 2013
About the speaker:
Capt Larry Rockliff, Chief Test Pilot, Production Flight Tests China, Airbus
Captain Larry Rockliff has been Chief Test Pilot, Production Flight Test in China, since 2010. He joined Airbus Flight and Integration Test department in 2009 following ten years as Vice President, Training for Airbus Americas where he was responsible to lead the operation of all Airbus training and flight operations support for carriers, as well as support Airbus global requirements. Larry Rockliff is a past member of the Board of Trustees, for the International Council on Aviation Accreditation, and the Accreditation Board for the Institute of Nuclear Power Plant operators. He is also a member of the President’s Advisory Board for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the President’s Advisory Board for the University of Northern Florida.