Aerobatic flying makes better pilots, says USAT member David Martin

12/23/2013 | SI.com

Pilot David Martin's first aerobatic trick was an aileron roll at 16 years old. He says that learning to fly upside down can help avert accidents. "The training is your lifejacket," Martin says. He is a member of the U.S. Aerobatic Team and a former military pilot. "In the military, everyone learns aerobatics. Just part of our training," he notes.

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