An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 12, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 752 pages
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This authoritative, heavily-illustrated reference features a comprehensive A-Z compilation of 7,000 terms and definitions encompassing all key areas of aviation: military, commercial, and general aviation -- highlighted by 2,400 illustrations that clarify and illuminate the expert text.

If it concerns aviation, you'll find it in Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation:

  • Navigation
  • Meteorology
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Airports
  • Aviation Medicine
  • Avionics
  • Aircraft Equipment
  • Aircraft Engineering
  • Aerial Photography
  • Aircraft Operations
  • Aviation Acronyms
  • Aerodynamics
  • And much more

Written by an author with almost four decades of air military experience, this combination dictionary, reference, and learning tool will be of value to the full-spectrum of aviation industry professionals -- pilots, engineers, administrators, government agency personnel, air traffic controllers, mechanics and technicians, corporate flight departments -- as well as students and serious aviation hobbyists.

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About the author (2005)

Air Marshall Bharat Kumar (Retired) is a former Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Air Command of the Indian Air Force. After his retirement in 1997, he settled down in New Delhi, India. Dale DeRemer, Ph.D., is a Gold Seal Flight Instructor and an ATP pilot with more than 20,000 flight hours. Dr. DeRemer was "Seaplane Pilot of the Year" in 1998 and is a Professor Emeritus of Aviation at the University of North Dakota. He lives in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Douglas M. Marshall, JD, is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Aviation Masters Program at the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. He teaches airline operations and management, aerospace law, aviation economics, and other courses to both undergraduate and graduate students.

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