A.P.1732 - PRINCIPLES OF FLYING INSTRUCTION

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  1. Ron Handgraaf

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    Another great one, Thanks Ron!!!
     
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    Thanks. This flight instructor's manual can be useful even today and I wish I could have one while I was on the same business till few years ago.

    One thing I would like to point out is that there are no wheel brakes equipped on the DH Tigermoth trainer I flew in England in 2000, whilst the manual mentions about the use of the wheel brakes on the ground.
     
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    I'm with these fella's...Thanks for the great manuals!
     
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