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Recording the legacy of flying the DC-3 in the Rocky Mountains with Frontier Airlines, this historical narrative the pilots who flew from 1946 to 1986 and who had many record-breaking achievements. Anecdotes adventures of flying through "tornado alley" without radar, flying into dimly lit airports and those hidden and of flying in skies heavy with rain clouds and streaked with lightning. With firsthand retellings of how navigation methods, these accounts will delight and instruct aviation-history enthusiasts and pilots alike.
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|Publisher:||Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||647 KB|
About the Author
Captain Tex Searle served on an aircraft carrier in World War II, after which he flew for Frontier Airlines. He has held various directorial and training positions in the aviation industry, as well as piloted many different types and sizes of airplanes. He lives in Lehi, Utah.