How to Fly: A Complete Pre-Flight Training Course, Illustrated and Prepared in Pilot Style... to Be Used with Aviator's Training Cockpit
by Dowell, Maynard
23 pp. A guide to piloting aircraft, issued during World War II and intended for juvenile audiences eager to emulate the pilots heading to Europe to lend their service in the air war. Includes fairly detailed information on airplane construction and design, flying motions, controls, panel instruments, rules for take-off, flight maneuvers, landing, regulations, stunts, airplane identification, squadron insignia (27 pictured), and flyer's dictionary. Scarce - none located in the trade or at auction, 1 copy in OCLC.
Keywords: TRANSPORTATION AVIATION FLIGHT TRAINING COURSE PILOT GUIDE AIRPLANES AIR PLANES AIRCRAFT
Edges lightly rubbed. Einson-Freeman Co., Inc., New York, 1942. Near Fine/Not Applicable. (Inventory #: 2182158)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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