AIR NAVIGATION by Herbert S. Zim


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This is the third in a series (Submarines and Parachutes were the others) intended to instruct the uninitiated, whether adult or high school boy or girl, in the scientific data which current conditions are making a daily challenge to the reader even of the daily paper. Here are the primary principles of air navigation, concisely and clearly put down for the amateur. The instruments involved are explained and their use described. Charts, glossary, bibliography and an index make this a practical book of semi-vocational value, an introduction to the subject.

Pub Date: March 4th, 1943
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace