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The Little Book of Autorotations By Shawn Coyle
eBook (ePub): $8.99
The first book devoted solely to the subject of landing a helicopter without engine power. It covers the basics, as seen from the cockpit of the helicopter, and is written from the pilot's... More > perspective. It covers the subject for both the student helicopter pilot and the helicopter flight instructor. Training exercises are developed, starting from the very beginning through to how to adjust the flight path to arrive at a particular spot. The Height-Velocity curve and it's development are covered. There are few formulae, and many diagrams. The text has been developed from the author's experience teaching autorotations at a major manufacturer's training school as well teaching student test pilots about the height-velocity diagram while instructing at three different test pilot schools. It is also based on his experience as an engineering test pilot at Transport Canada.< Less
Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment Rigging 2 and 4 Litter Ambulances By United States Army
eBook (ePub): $7.99
This manual, “Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment: Rigging 2- and 4-Litter Ambulances,” tells and shows how to rig the M996 2-litter armored ambulance (HMMWV) and the M997 4-litter... More > ambulance. The M996 ambulance can be low-velocity airdropped from C-17 and C-130 aircraft. The M997 ambulance is restricted to the C-17 aircraft only. The M996, 2-litter, armored ambulance weighs 7,180 pounds with the fuel tank no more than ¾ full. The vehicle is 203 inches long, 87 inches high, and 86 inches wide. The body configuration makes other uses of this vehicle possible, such as specialized communication or command and control functions. The M997 4-litter ambulance weighs 7,880 pounds with the fuel tank no more than ¾ full. The vehicle is 204 inches long, 99 inches high and 85 inches wide. The height restricts this load to the C-17 aircraft only.< Less