Rod Machado's Private Pilot Handbook

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Aviation Speakers Bureau, 1996 - Transportation - 572 pages
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52 new pages include glass cockpit and Internet weather technology information. This edition is full color with many new color photos.

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Rod Machado

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Rod has a natural ability to make reading and learning fun. He shares his passion through his stories and relaying of informatin to help others do what he loves to do fly airplanes. A must have book for any aviator. Read full review

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Excellent Book for students and private pilots. Humor, picture and the graphics keep you interested even with the dry topics. It is a must have for student pilots in my opinion. One may not choose to read this cover to cover but definitely helpful to understand some of the concepts which you may find difficult to understand using other study materials.  



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About the author (1996)

Rod Machado is a professional speaker, educator, humorist and a highly experienced pilot. He has degrees in Aviation Science and Psychology.

Brian L. Weiss is a psychiatrist, a graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, and is the former chairman of psychiatry at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami, Florida. He is the author of "Many Lives, Many Masters" and "Mirrors of Time,"

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