Instrument Flying: Technique in Weather
Technical Order Number 30-100D-1

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Published: January 1, 1944

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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Section 1: Scratchy Lives to Tell About It
Section 2: Weather Elements Affecting Flight
Section 3: Turbulence
Section 4: Ice Accretion
Section 5: Flying Clouds and Fog
Section 6: Showers and Squalls
Section 7: Thunderstorms
Section 8: Cold Fronts
Section 9: Warm Fronts
Section 10: The Occlusion
Section 11: Planning the Flight
Supplement: Analysis of Pseudo-Adiabatic Diagram

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[1] Patty Chilson (16-Sep-2012 04:34 PM)

I have one of these and the "basic and Advanced" manuals from my father (1944) Are you interested? Thank you

[2] Mike Voisin (16-Sep-2012 05:06 PM)

Thanks Patty, but I already have the "Basic and Advanced" booklet in the collection.

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