Instrument Flying: Basic and Advanced
Technical Order Numbers 30-100A-1, 30-100B-1, and 30-100F-1
- none listed
Published: January 15, 1944
These are the "bibles" of instrument flying mentioned in the Pilots' Information File (PIF). Get Them! Read Them! Know Them!
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- 000150: Instrument Flying: Instrument Trainer Instruction Guide
Technical Order Number 30-100C-1
- 000151: Instrument Flying: Technique in Weather
Technical Order Number 30-100D-1
- 000148: Pilots' Information File (PIF)
Added: December 14, 2008
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This is the complete document. Due to its large size, you can view/download this document in the following separate sections, depending on your interests.
Instrument Flying: Basic (without Radio Aids)
Instrument Flying: Advanced (with Radio Aids)
Instrument Flying: Army Air Forces Instrument Approach System
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 Walter Mattson (20-Sep-2009 03:26 PM)
I am a WW2 B-24 pilot writing a book on my experiences and need information described in (Instrument Flying: Basic (without Radio Aids)
Technical Order No. 30-100A-1
Special Edition For Distribution to All Pilots
June 1, 1943
Is there a possibility I could download the information contained in the phamplet and how do I go about doing this. Would appreciate your assistance.
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