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KING AIR 200 AFM By Hawker Beechcraft
eBook (PDF): $9.00
Hawker Beechcraft BE200 Flight Manual
Beech 1900D Study Guide By Ricky McCrite
eBook (PDF): $7.50
Beechcraft 1900D Study Guide
The King Air Book By Tom Clements
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A treasury of thirty-seven years of flying and teaching experience in the world's most popular executive aircraft. Tom Clements' articles, stories, and operating tips all compiled into one reference... More > book. This information will be invaluable for current or future pilots of King Air airplanes.< Less
Gift of Flight By Howard Corbus & Paul du Kor
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This memoir chronicles the author’s lifelong hours aloft. Following a dream of flight, implanted at a young age, the author enlisted in the Army Air Corps a few days after Pearl Harbor. He... More > describes military life, training, and flying in the Pacific during the war years. The end of the war brought adventures in insect control in the Midwest, and retraining in small personal aircraft in California. We experience the realization of dream flights to South America and over the North Atlantic to England for Shuttleworth Fly Day – all in a Beechcraft Bonanza.< Less
Gift of Flight By Howard Corbus & Paul du Kor
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This memoir chronicles the author's lifelong hours aloft. Following a dream of flight, implanted at a young age, the author enlisted in the Army Air Corps a few days after Pearl Harbor. He describes... More > military life, training, and flying in the Pacific during the war years. The end of the war brought adventures in insect control in the Midwest, and retraing in small personal aircraft in California. We experience the realization of dream flights to South America and over the North Atlantic to England for Shuttleworth Fly Day - all in a Beechcraft Bonanza.< Less
Wing Tip Coupling,2018 calendar By Brian Lockett
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In the early years of the cold war, the US Air Force attempted to increase the range of airplanes by carrying fuel in hinged wing panels that supported themselves attached to their wing tips. The... More > initial tests used a piloted light plane to simulate the hinged panels. Soon the scope of the experiments expanded to include towing a pair of jet fighters on the wing tips of a giant bomber. Photo sources: Bud Anderson, Air Force, General Dynamics, Lockheed-Martin: Douglas C-47A 42-23918 and Culver Q-14B 44-68334 Project Tip-Tow: Boeing EB-29A 44-62093 and Republic EF-84D Thunderjets 48-0641 and 48-0661 Project Long Tom: Beechcraft XL-23C Project Tom-Tom: Convair JRB-36F 49-2707 and Republic RF-84F Thunderflashes 51-1848 and 51-1849.< Less
A Life of Flight: One Pilot's Story, from Piper Cubs to 747s and Beyond By Robert "Bob" Gartshore
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Bob Gartshore's 44-year flying career spanned a period of rapid aviation development - from fabric-covered Piper Cubs to Boeing 747s. He logged more than 21,000 hours flying to six continents for the... More > RCAF and three airlines. Bob was an instructor on numerous aircraft, Link Trainers and simulators. As captain, he progressed from the Harvard T-6, to the Dakota DC-3; C-119 Flying Boxcar; Douglas DC-6; Boeing 727, 707 and 747; and Airbus A310 before a final stint as a relief pilot in war-torn Angola flying a Beechcraft King Air 100. Read about landing at a cloud-shrouded, Greenland airstrip with both primary aids inoperable; exercising penguins on the tarmac; his son as co-pilot on both 747 and A310; Mecca-bound pilgrims kindling fires in the aisle to cook their meal; grazing the tail on a hillside during a cloudy high-Arctic landing; flying beside a UFO; and balls of St. Elmo's Fire rolling inside the cockpit. Robert "Bob" Gartshore was a pilot for RCAF, Canadian Pacific, Wardair and Canadian Airlines.< Less
Riding Lightning Beyond the Barrier and into the Future Paperback Book By Mike Guska
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We built a device that demonstrated attraction to electrical fields and submitted that proposal as Elemental Attraction to NASA in 96 but it was rejected. NASA chose the Tether Experiment instead,... More > which also proved part of my theory was correct and so was Tesla’s. My friends and I started on a large scale device of our own. In 1997-98 we merged it into a twin engine 1950s Beechcraft and it did what we thought it would do in the gravity field of the Earth. The gravity suspension device preformed beyond our expectations; this proved that Nikola Tesla was unerringly right about electric flying machines. I possessed a key that demonstrated it as I stumbled upon it and knew what I had discovered was profound. I and many others in the world had witnessed strange physics in our skies and now it looked very plausible that we could duplicate a physics that has been demonstrated in our reality many, many times throughout history.The name on the cover is the name I go by now as we hide.< Less

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