I used to work with a guy who was working on getting his private pilot's license. He often wore a t-shirt with lots of those pilot slogans. One I remember said, "Take offs and landings should be approximately equal in number".
In a former life, I worked in aviation/aerospace and met a bunch of people in the military, and they had many little pearls of wisdom like these. (And I liked the pictures).
The one I liked the best was the one about night carrier landings. I met one guy about 25 years ago who was a Navy pilot, was an active pilot in Vietnam and at the time had 800+ night carrier landings. He had a different perspective on many things.
The one that I remember the most from my flying days, not military, was "don't run out of ideas, air speed and altitude at the same time". This came from an old military pilot that I had the pleasure to fly with on occasion.
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