Whether you saw my landing today or not, I think it is important to share what I learned. Kenny taught me to use every incident in my fights to learn to be a better pilot.
ONE...never assume that other pilots see me, know site protocol, or have the necessary skills to be a good pilot.
TWO...be very vigilant when launching, flying, or landing
THREE...if you cause a situation that did or might have caused injury to another pilot as soon as possible go to the other pilot apologize, state your errors, and ask for forgiveness.
I did not receive these courtesies. I had to go to the pilot in error, I had to explain to him his very poor choices, and I choose to forgive him even though he never asked me to.
I was told by many other pilots that I did well. I feel that my actions prevented injury or worse for either of us.
I also learned that there needs to be some kind of AJX repercussions for pilots who make choices that could be so dangerous to themselves or others.
If you saw this incident what did you learn?