Here's How: Operation of the C-1 Autopilot
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Published: Minneapolis-Honeywell, December 1944
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- Aircraft, Equipment
- Mike Voisin
- Private Collection
- 000531: Photographs
Type C-1 Autopilot
- John E. Voisin
Added: November 06, 2007
Revised: February 12, 2013
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Army Air Forces Collection, "Here's How: Operation of the C-1 Autopilot" (item 000044), AAF Collection, http://AAFCollection.info/items/list.php?item=000044 (accessed 30 June 2015).
This booklet is an illustrated outline for bombardiers and pilots showing the operation and use of the C-1 Autopilot.
Miscellaneous related, but separate papers.
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 Bud (17-Jun-2010 04:55 PM)
Have same copy. I was repairman on the C-1 at San Angelo Army Air Base, San Angelo, TX 1944-45. It was a bombardier school. Also, trained on the Norden Bombsight at Lowry Field in Denver. Brings back many memories.
 Chris Ball (09-Jan-2012 02:59 PM)
Where can I get a copy of this book ?
 Mike Voisin (09-Jan-2012 04:12 PM)
@Chris, such books sometimes come up for auction on eBay. Also try leaving a post on the forum at armyairforces.com. There may be a collector willing to sell you a copy. Of course to see the electronic copy of the book here, click the icon in the View column above.
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