What follows are sample responses. * On a 95-degree day in a 56,000-pound EA-6B, I inadvertently raised the flaps and slats, instead of the gear, at 100 feet after takeoff. * We flew an approach to the wrong runway after mishearing ATIS. * I thought I had a drop-tank-transfer failure and was working on trying to get permission to jettison, when I realized the external-transfer switch was selected to outboard. * Halfway through a flight, I realized my shoulderharness Koch fittings were not attached, even though I had called attached during the checklist. * During a Case I recovery, with the weather socked in ahead of the ship, we were vectored by marshal and broke out right in the middle of the overhead stack, just in time to go left-to-left with a Hornet. * Following a compound emergency because of a dragging flap in crummy weather, my pilot was having a night in the barrel with several bolters. Let's do it again. *I'm a big believer in learning from others' experiences, mistakes, and close calls, whether it's reading Approach, true confessions at an AOM, story time while lounging around the ready room, or horror stories at the O'club bar with your buds.