Instrument Flying: Instrument Trainer Instruction Guide
Technical Order Number 30-100C-1

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Published: August 1, 1943

This book belonged to Dewey C. Morrow.

This is one of the "bibles" of instrument flying mentioned in the Pilots' Information File (PIF). Get Them! Read Them! Know Them!

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Parts of this manual which are of interest only to the trainer instructors are not included in this manual.

Section 3: Methods of Instruction

Full Panel Instrument Flying;

Section 5: The Basic Course

Familiarization; Constant Altitude with Varied Airspeed; Normal Climb--Increased Power and Reduced Airspeed; Normal Descent at Constant Rate--Decreased Power and Reduced Airspeed; Straight and Level Flight While Maintaining Headings; Straight Climbs and Descents; Turns; Turns--not withing Specified Limits; Turns--90 and 180 Degree; Timed Turns; Patterns; Climbing Turns, Descending Turns; Descents to Predetermined Headings and Altitudes; Related Instruments;

Section 6: Radio: Discussion and Procedures

Radio Telephone Procedures; Aircraft Radio Call Letters; Ground Station Radio Call Letters; Altimeter Setting; Weather Reports;

Section 8: Range Flying Training

The Radio Ranges; Familiarization with Radio Range Signals; Beam Bracketing--Known Beam Heading; Beam Bracketing--Unknown Beam Heading; Procedure Turns; Close-in Procedure; Average Bisectors; True Fade-out Method of Orientation; Holding Procedures and the Pull-Up; Instrument Approach Procedures; Notes on other Methods of Orientation; Perpendicular to Bisector Method; Parallel Method; Fade-out 90 degree Method; On-course Orientation; Beam Interception;

Section 11: Radio Navigation Flight

Description of Approach Control; Communications Contacts Required of the Pilot; Frequencies Guarded by the Pilot; Procedures and Phraseologies, Examples; Trainer Exercises;

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