Aviator's Guide to Navigation

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Transportation - 342 pages
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For advanced general aviation and commercial aircraft pilots and instructors, this guide - written by a pilot - offers recent developments in equipment and techniques in aviation navigation.

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Contents

VFR applications
13
Principles of operation
26
Positioning
41
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About the author (1997)

Donald J. Clausing is an experienced pilot with more than 14,000 hours. A rated Captain on the Cessna Citation, the Falcon 20, as well as the Boeing 727 and 757/767, he also served as Captain and Check Airman on the Lockheed 1011. Clausing was awarded the Air Medal for his service during the Gulf War. He has written for many aviation magazines, including "Flying, Professional Pilot, AOPA Pilot, " and "Plane and Pilot.

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