Preserving general aviation as we know it today depends on you?the pilot, flight instructor, airport tenant, or business employee. Help protect your access to GA by voluntarily adopting simple security practices outlined in AOPA’s new online course, General Aviation Security. “It’s imperative that we as a GA community do our part to secure our aircraft, our airports, and in effect our future,” said AOPA President Phil Boyer. “We’ve worked with the Transportation Security Administration to develop an online course that shows you how to practice commonsense security measures in your day-to-day flying, flight instruction, or airport business operation, whether you’re at a small grass strip or busy GA reliever airport. Now it’s up to you to take the course and implement these procedures.” Read more on AOPA Online.