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The Learning Process
PART TWO Training Curriculum and Flight Instruction Procedures
Flight Training Procedures and ManeuversContinued
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accuracy landings aileron airport airspeed indicator allow angle of attack apply approach attained attempt back pressure bank brakes cause climbing turns COMMON DIFFICULTIES control pressures coordination crosswind landings demonstrated downwind effect elevator control engine failure flaps flight attitude flight controls flight instructor flight path float flying forced landings gliding speed gliding turns ground heading horizon increase instruction instruments landing gear level flight load factor maintain maneuver medium turns necessary normal glide operation performance plane position possible power setting practice PROCEDURE AND PURPOSE proficiency proper pylon eights reference result roll rudder runway safe seaplane side single-engine skidding slip slow flight smooth solo spin spiral stalling speed steep turns straight and level straight flight student pilot tailwheel takeoff run takeoffs and landings taxiing technique tend tendency throttle tion tricycle geared trim trols tude type airplanes upwind usually weather wind wing