@Caleb A pilots culture inpacts their training. In America cockpit management is a major part of all pilots training. If you see somthing is not right speak up, regardless of your experience. In Asia the lower person never will speak up when they see a potential problem. That is the biggest problem American instructors have when teaching pilots outside of American carriers.
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