AVIATOR'S TRAINING COCKPIT with booklet, HOW TO FLY by Sam Gold

AVIATOR'S TRAINING COCKPIT with booklet, HOW TO FLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This looks like a topnotch piece of merchandise, a sure money maker for the holiday sale, and an excellent educational feature as well, with High Schools, Scouts and Junior Flying Clubs stressing foundation training in flying. For this is a combination of game and primer for flying, to be used in the classroom, at home, anywhere that boys and girls -- or adults -- interested in knowing more about flying get together. There's an 18-inch reproduction of a real instrument board, including ten instruments with movable needles. There's a miniature wheel, rudder pedals, throttle. There's a game called ""Spot and shoot down enemy planes"". And the booklet, which accompanies each box, has not only a description of how to use the Aviator's Training Course, but a concise pre-flight training course, illustrated by diagrams, sketches, etc.

Publisher: Eimson-Freeman Co. Long Island City, N.Y.