Flying the Line

Author: George E. Hopkins
Publisher: Air Line Pilots Association
ISBN: 9780960970810
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Flying the Line An Air Force Pilot s Journey

Author: Lt Col Jay Lacklen, USAFR, Retired
Publisher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
ISBN: 1626524734
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Embarking on an insightful journey through the 1970s American military, Jay Lacklen takes you on an enthralling adventure from pilot training to his surreal, nightmarish B-52 bomb run during the Vietnam War. Bringing a fresh perspective to the era, Lacklen shows how the military draft diverted him from a prospective journalism career into an Air Force cockpit. He speaks to the reader as a writer trying to become a pilot rather than the other way around. Ensnaring you with accounts of bomb runs over Cambodia and several episodes of his aircraft on the verge of crashing, Lacklen delves into the darkest moments of a pilot's life with a writer's eye for detail and descriptive ability. Difficult subjects are faced head on, including encounters with hookers in Southeast Asia, a nuanced view of the North Vietnamese Army, and a surprising perspective on the Vietnam War protests including actress and activist Jane Fonda. This is a journey all students of the Vietnam War era should undertake

Building and Flying Model Aircraft

Author: Robert Schleicher
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048615677X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Richly illustrated manual introduces beginners to basic aerodynamic principles and all aspects of model-building — from paint and tissue covering to radio-control flying.

Flying the Line

Author: Lt Col Jay Lacklen
Publisher: MCP Books
ISBN: 9781635055863
Format: PDF
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'Flying the Line, an Air Force Pilot's Journey,'' book two, is a wide-ranging look at the Air Force Miltary Airlift Command (MAC) in the 1980s and early 1990s while flying the C-5 Galaxy. While the author was stationed in Dover AFB, DE and Westover AFB, MA, he covers flying the Air Force's largest aircraft into a myriad of bases throughout the world and explores his experience in numerous conflicts of the time.

Flying the Lindbergh Line

Author: Robert F. Kirk
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481754831
Format: PDF, Docs
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Flying in the early 20th Century was dangerous business. Aircraft were made of sticks and cloth and engines failed at alarming rates. Those who flew risked both accidents and death. However, some saw this stumbling attempt to master the skies as an opportunity to bring the human race forward. They had a vision of stylish travel in the skies combining comfort, speed and profit. Such was the vision of Transcontinental Air Transport's Lindbergh Line that began the first scheduled coast-to-coast airline passenger service in 1929. Relive the adventure of that time and travel with the author as he flies what remains today of the "Lindbergh Line."

Flying Airplanes For Fun and Money

Author: Nathaniel Erman
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0578034387
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Those of you wanting to fly airplanes for a living, look no further: “Flying Airplanes for Fun and Money!†is the ultimate career guide for the aspiring professional pilot. Nathaniel Erman, an airline pilot and flight instructor, guides you through the career-building process with practicality and common sense, saving you both time and money along the way. If you’ve ever dreamt of a career in professional aviation, this guide is a must have.