I'd appreciate a confirmation that Southwest pilots have all been trained on how to deal with an MCAS malfunction. From what I've read, , "The only remedy is to turn off the electric trim—which is used by the MCAS, and by trim switches on the yoke—and adjust the trim using the trim wheels." . Do you agree with this assessment? I've also read that Southwest is putting secondary AOA sensors to help pilots determine the validity of the auto-pilot sensor (https://theaircurrent.com/aviation-safety/southwest-airlines-is-adding-new-angle-of-attack-indicators-to-its-737-max-fleet/) though that does not solve the issue by itself. Ideally, a forecful pull-back would override MCAS - any status on if/when Beoing can make that change? Thank you for your commitment to safety and addressing this valid concern head-on.
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