Originally printed in 1943, this Pilots' Information File was standard issue for the men of the U.S. Army Air Forces during WWII. In its pages you will find a wide-ranging discussion of aviation topics, from flight safety, to air space rules, dive recovery, how to deal with engine failure, icing, how to bail out, and even how to ditch a B-17 bomber. This high-quality, soft-bound reprint features the original text in its entirety, and has attractive full color covers.Cumulus Clouds aamp; Thunderstorms Cumulus clouds are billowed in appearance as the result of vertical currents. A pilot seeing cumuli is warned ... Rain or snow does not fall from this type of cloud. Its presence, however, indicates that rain oranbsp;...
|Title||:||WWII U. S. Army Air Forces Pilot's Information File|
|Author||:||U.S. Army Air Forces|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-07-01|