33 LESSONS IN FLYING by Jay D. Blaufox

33 LESSONS IN FLYING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

We cannot pretend to give a technical appraisal of this book, but from the layman's angle it seems an easy, understandable, concise step by step presentation of a course in flying. Conversationally presented, with the author as instructor, the reader as student. Each lesson has its aids and short cuts for safe and expert handling, so that -- in the final analysis -- safety first emerges as the prime requisite. Should serve as an excellent supplementary manual or review notebook for students, a thorough grounding for beginning fliers, from the primary stages of strapping parachutes to the first solo, with brief space given to acrobatics and combat flying.

Pub Date: Oct. 31st, 1941
Publisher: Coward, McCann