The pilot’s failure to maintain clearance with a vehicle while taxiing.
The pilot’s failure to maintain adequate clearance from trees during an approach in sun glare and hazy conditions.
The failure of both pilots of each glider to see and avoid one another while maneuvering, which resulted in a mid-air collision.
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The airplane’s collision with a bird during initial climb, which resulted in a forced landing.
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The student pilot’s failure to attain proper pitch attitude of the airplane causing it to exceed its critical angle of attack, enter an aerodynamic stall, and subsequently impact terrain, and his poor decision making and lack of experience that led him to attempt the takeoff from the road.
The pilot’s improper decision to fly the airplane at too low an altitude resulting in the airplane impacting terrain.
The student pilot’s failure to maintain control of the airplane during landing with a gusting crosswind and his failure to go around and relinquish control of the airplane when directed by the instructor pilot.