App Information Aeronautical Information Book
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Ranger Handbook 2 APK
Ranger Handbook app comes with greatnavigational features, searchability, read aloud functionality,portrait and landscape mode viewing for a great reading experience.This is the Newest Ranger Manual by the U.S. Army. Chaptersinclude: Leadership, Operations, Fire Support, Movement, Patrols,Battle Drills, Communications, Antennas, Army Aviation, WaterborneOperations, Military Mountaineering, Evasion/Survival, First Aid,Demolitions, Urban Operations, Vehicle Convoy Operations. Topics onAmbushes, Raids, Breaking Contact, Medevac, Indirect Fire and muchmuch more. Packed with great information. Survival to living offthe land. So much learned from the U.S. Army Special Operation herein the book.The United States Department of Defense (DOD or DoD) is thefederal department charged with coordination and supervising allagencies and functions of the government relating directly tonational security and the military. The DOD is headquartered at thePentagon in Arlington, Virginia. The Military Departments at thePentagon publishes some of the very best manuals, handbooks andguidebooks on a wide range of topics; teaching skills, tactics andtechniques. The content of these manuals are unmatched in depth,consider that some this knowledge is drawn from hundreds of years,thousands of man hours, and first hand operational experience. Alsomaterial in most of these manuals has been shared with otherMilitary Branches providing even greater depth of subject matter.Military Manuals from the Department of Defense are unedited byoutside individuals and or companies, this ensures the informationis complete, current, and accurate as the military intended. Listedbelow you will see some of the major departments or components ofthe Department of Defense. Here you will find just a few booktitles of the many sponsored works from each department. Departmentof the Air Force: U.S. Air Force Aircrew Survival; Air ForceHandbook; USAF Military Working Dog Program; USAF Weapons HandlingManual; Airport Signs and Markings; Unexploded Ordnance Booby-trapsUXO Recognition and Reporting Chart. Department of the Army: USArmy Survival Manual FM 21-76; Survival Skills U.S. Army / SpecialOperations, Tactics, Techniques, and Skills Guide; Ranger Handbook;Special Forces Medical Handbook; Military Mountaineering;Boobytraps Army Instruction Manual; Explosives and Demolitions;Guerrilla Warfare; Army Hand to Hand Combat; U.S. Army SpecialForces Handbook; Survival Evasion and Recovery; Military First Aid.Department of the Navy: Seabee Combat Handbook; Manual of NavalPreventive Medicine; USN Diving Manual; U.S. Navy Seal PatrolLeaders Handbook; Performance Maintenance During Continuous FlightOperations. United States Marine Corps: USMC 5.56MM, M16A2Technical Manual; U.S. Marine Corp M40A1 Sniper Rifle 7.62MM; U.S.Marine Guidebook; Close Combat Hand to Hand Fighting Marine Corps;Booby Traps Close Combat Urban; Counterinsurgency; USMC LandNavigation; Scouting and Patrolling; Combat Water Survival; MapReading; Sniper Counter Sniper.
SNIPER RIFLE CALIBER .50, M107 1.0 APK
SNIPER RIFLE CALIBER .50, M107This manual covers the operation and maintenance of the SNIPERRIFLE CALIBER .50, M107. The manual itself is divided into sixchapters, including supporting information.SCOPEType of ManualOperator’s Manual.Model Numbers and Equipment NamesRifle, Caliber .50, Sniper with Day Optical Sight and CarryingCase, M107.Purpose of EquipmentThe M107 Long Range Sniper Rifle (LRSR) is a man-portable, directline of sight weapon system capable of providing precision fire ontargets at a distance of up to 1000 meters.CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTIONGeneral InformationEquipment Description and DataTheory of OperationCHAPTER 2 – OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONSDescription and Use of Operator ControlsOperation Under Usual ConditionsSighting Systems OperationOperation Under Unusual ConditionsCHAPTER 3 – Troubleshooting ProceduresTroubleshooting IndexTroubleshooting ProceduresCHAPTER 4 – MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONSPreventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)IntroductionPreventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)Including Lubrication InstructionsInspection of Installed ItemsField StrippingExtractor MaintenanceMainspring and Mainspring Buffer MaintenanceBarrel MaintenanceBolt and Carrier Assemblies MaintenanceCleaning InstructionsCHAPTER 5 – AMMUNITION MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONSCare, Handling, and Preservation of AmmunitionCHAPTER 6 – SUPPORTING INFORMATIONReferencesSniper Weapons System Parts ListExpendable and Durable Items List
Navy SEAL Fitness, & Nutrition 1 APK
TWO Great Books combine into one; save moneybuying this way! Membership in the Naval Special Warfare (NSW)community requires an extraordinarily high level of total bodyphysical fitness. A combination of muscular strength, flexibilityand cardiovascular fitness is essential to carry out assignedmissions. To train most effectively for these physically demandingtasks, SEALs and others within the NSW community need clear,concise, and authoritative guidance on physical fitness trainingregimens, these manuals has been written to meet this need. Tableof Contents: CHAPTERS 1; Overview of Physical Fitness, 2; SEALMission-Related Physical Activities, 3; Cardio-respiratoryConditioning, 4; Running for Fitness, 5; Swimming for Fitness, 6;Strength Training, 7: Flexibility, 8; Calisthenics, 9; Plyometrics,How Plyometrics Work, 10; Load-Bearing, 11; Training for SpecificEnvironments, 12; Training and Sports Related Injuries, 13; HarmfulSubstances that Affect Performance, Anabolic/Androgenic Steroids,14; Other Training-Related Issues, 15; Physical Fitness andTraining Recommendations, The SEAL Physical Fitness Program, APhysical Fitness Program for Confined Spaces, A Physical FitnessProgram for Coming Off Travel, Elimination of “Old” Exercises, TheNavy SEAL Physical Readiness Test (PRT), Appendix, Weight LiftingTechniques, Common Anatomical Terms and Diagrams, Foot Care forLoad-Bearing. Peak Performance Through Nutrition and Exercise:Contents include: Chapters 1: Energy Balance and Body Composition;Energy Balance; Estimating Energy Needs; Body Composition; FatDistribution. 2: Overview of Nutrition - Energy ProvidingNutrients; Vitamins and Minerals; Water. 3: Eating for OptimalHealth and Fitness - Dietary Guidelines for Americans; The FoodGuide Pyramid; Food Labels; Selecting Nutrient-Dense Foods;Vegetarian Diets; Eating Out; Snacking; Nutrition Throughout Life.4: Overview of Physical Fitness - What is Physical Fitness? FITTPrinciple; Fuel Used During Exercise; Exercise Sequence; Trainingand Detraining; 5: Cardiorespiratory Training; CardiorespiratoryPhysiology; Benefits of Cardiorespiratory Exercise; AerobicExercise Guidelines; Training Design and Progression; 6: Walk, Run,Swim - Walking and Running Gear; Walking; Running; Swimming.Strength Training - Strength versus Endurance; Benefits of StrengthTraining; Determinants of Muscle Size; Strength TrainingGuidelines; Equipment; Types of Workouts. Calisthenics -Calisthenic Guidelines. Flexibility - Benefits of Stretching;Flexibility Exercises; Training in Confined Spaces; AerobicConditioning; 7: Strength Training; Strength versus Endurance;Benefits of Strength Training; Determinants of Muscle Size;Strength Training Guidelines; Equipment; Types of Workouts; 8:Calisthenics, Calisthenics Guidelines; 9: Flexibility; Benefits ofStretching; Flexibility Exercises; 10: Training in Confined Spaces;Aerobic Conditioning; Strength Training; Workout Design; MoraleDuring Deployment. 11: Nutrition for Exercise - Carbohydrate Needs;Protein Needs; Vitamin and Mineral Needs; Fluid Needs; Nutritionfor Exercise Recovery; 12: Deployment and Altered Climates -Acclimating to Altered Environments; General Nutrition Issues;Physical Activity Concerns; Hot Environments; Cold Environments;Altitude. 13: Training and Overuse Injuries - Injuries: Treatmentand Prevention, Return to Duty; Overtraining Syndrome. 14:Supplements and Performance - Vitamin and Mineral Supplements;Nutritional Ergogenic Agents; Ergolytic. 15: Training Issues forWomen - Pregnancy and Lactation; Female Athlete Triad; 16: Age andPerformance; Changes in Metabolism and Body Composition;Nutritional Needs; Countering Age-Associated Changes in Fitness.17: Adopting Healthy Habits - Setting "SMART" Goals; ReachingGoals; Maintaining Healthy Habits; Appendix: Ideas for Healthy FoodChoices; Sample Workout; Strength Exercises; Resources
U.S. Army Ranger Handbook 2 APK
Just released FEBRUARY 2011, this Latest edition is the mostcurrent, fully revised and is currently in use by the U.S.Military. In this handbook you will find Tactics and Techniquesused by Army Rangers: TABLE OF CONTENTS RANGER CREED STANDINGORDERS ROGER’S RANGERS RANGER HISTORY PREFACE CH:1 LEADERSHIPPRINCIPLES DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, & ACTIONS ASSUMPTION OFCOMMAND CH:2 OPERATIONS TROOP-LEADING PROCEDURES COMBATINTELLIGENCE WARNING ORDER OPERATION ORDER FRAGMENTARY ORDERANNEXES COORDINATION CHECKLISTS TASK, PURPOSE, OPERATION TERRAINMODEL CH:3 FIRE SUPPORT BASIC FIRE SUPPORT TASKS, TARGETING, &INTERDICTION CAPABILITIES RISK ESTIMATE DISTANCES TARGET OVERLAYSCALL FOR FIRE CLOSE AIR SUPPORT CLOSE COMBAT ATTACK AVIATION CH:4COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MILITARY RADIOS MAN-PACK RADIO ASSEMBLY(AN/PRC-119F) AUTOMATED NET-CONTROL DEVICE BASIC TROUBLESHOOTINGANTENNAS REPAIRS CONSTRUCTION & ADJUSTMENT FIELD EXPEDIENT OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNAS ANTENNA LENGTH PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS CH:5DEMOLITIONS INITIATING (PRIMING) SYSTEMS DETONATION (FIRING)SYSTEMS SAFETY EXPEDIENT EXPLOSIVES-IMPROVISED SHAPED CHARGE,PLATTER CHARGE, GRAPESHOT CHARGE DEMOLITION KNOTS MINIMUM SAFEDISTANCES BREACHING CHARGES TIMBER CUTTING CHARGES CH:6 MOVEMENTFORMATIONS MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES STANDARDS FUNDAMENTALS TACTICALMARCHES MOVEMENT DURING LIMITED VISIBILITY CONDITIONS DANGER AREASCH:7 PATROLS PRINCIPLES PLANNING RECONNAISSANCE SECURITY CONTROLCOMMON SENSE PLANNING TASK ORGANIZATION INITIAL PLANNING &COORDINATION COMPLETION OF PLAN RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS FUNDAMENTALSOF RECONNAISSANCE TASK STANDARDS ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE, AREARECONNAISSANCE, ZONE RECONNAISSANCE COMBAT PATROLS PLANNINGCONSIDERATIONS AMBUSH HASTY AMBUSH DELIBERATE (POINT/AREA) AMBUSHPERFORM RAID SUPPORTING TASKS LINKUP DEBRIEF OBJECTIVE RALLY POINTPATROL BASE MOVEMENT TO CONTACT TECHNIQUES TASK STANDARDS CH:8BATTLE DRILLS REACT TO CONTACT (VISUAL, IED, DIRECT FIRE [RPG])(07-3-D9501) BREAK CONTACT (07-3-D9505) REACT TO AMBUSH (FAR)(07-3-D9503), (NEAR) (07-3-D9502) KNOCK OUT BUNKER (07-3-D9406)ENTER AND CLEAR A ROOM (07-4-D9509) ENTER A TRENCH TO SECURE AFOOTHOLD (07-3-D9410) BREACH A MINED WIRE OBSTACLE (07-3-D9412)REACT TO INDIRECT FIRE (07-3-D9504) CH:9 MILITARY MOUNTAINEERINGTRAINING TASK ORGANIZATION RESCUE EQUIPMENT MOUNTAINEERINGEQUIPMENT ANCHORS KNOTS BELAYS ROPE INSTALLATIONS RAPPELLING CH:10MACHINE GUN EMPLOYMENT SPECIFICATIONS DEFINITIONS CLASSES OFAUTOMATIC WEAPONS FIRE OFFENSE DEFENSE CONTROL OF MACHINE GUNSAMMUNITION PLANNING CH:11 CONVOY OPERATIONS PLANNING FIVE PHASES OFTRUCK MOVEMENT CH:12 URBAN OPERATIONS AN URBAN PERSPECTIVESTRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF URBAN AREAS MODERN ARMY URBAN OPERATIONSTASK ORGANIZATION FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS PREPARATIONS FOR FUTUREURBAN OPERATIONS CONDUCT OF LIVE, VIRTUAL, & CONSTRUCTIVETRAINING RANGERS – URBAN WARRIORS PRINCIPLES METT-TC CLOSE QUARTERSCOMBAT REHEARSALS TTPS FOR MARKING BUILDINGS AND ROOMS CH:13WATERBORNE OPERATIONS ROPE BRIDGE PONCHO RAFT OTHER WATERCRAFTCH:14 EVASION/SURVIVAL EVASION INITIAL EVASION POINT EVASIONMOVEMENT ROUTES COMMUNICATIONS HIDE SITE HOLE-UP AREA CAMOUFLAGESURVIVAL MEMORY AID SURVIVAL KITS NAVIGATION TRAPS & SNARESPROCESSING OF FISH OR GAME SHELTERS FIRES METHODS CH:15 AVIATIONREVERSE PLANNING SEQUENCE SELECTION & MARKING OF PICKUP ANDLANDING ZONES AIR ASSAULT FORMATIONS SAFETY REQUIREMENTS DESERTMOUNTAINS OBSERVATION, ATTACK, UTILITY, CARGO HELICOPTERS CH:16FIRST AID LIFESAVING STEPS CARE UNDER FIRE PRIMARY SURVEY AIRWAYMANAGEMENT BREATHING BLEEDING SHOCK EXTREMITY & ABDOMINALINJURIES BURNS HOT WEATHER (HEAT) INJURIES POISONOUS PLANTIDENTIFICATION FOOT CARE LITTER HYDRATION & ACCLIMATIZATIONWORK, REST, & WATER CONSUMPTION APPENDIX A RESOURCES REACT TOINDIRECT FIRE, CONTACT, A NEAR AMBUSH, A FAR AMBUSH BREAK CONTACTLINKUP LINEAR DANGER AREA LARGE OPEN DANGER AREA CROSSING A SMALLOPEN AREA GLOSSARY INDEX
Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics 2 APK
The Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook-Power-plant Volume 1(FAA-H-8083-32) is one of a series of three handbooks for personspreparing for certification as a power plant mechanic. It isintended that this handbook provide the basic information onprinciples, fundamentals, and technical procedures in the subjectmatter areas relating to the power plant rating. It is designed toaid students enrolled in a formal course of instruction, as well asthe individual who is studying on his or her own.This book includesthe following topics:Chapter 1 Aircraft EnginesChapter 2 EngineFuel and Fuel Metering SystemsChapter 3 Induction and ExhaustSystemsChapter 4 Engine Ignition and Electrical SystemsChapter 5Engine Starting Systems
Survival 1 APK
SURVIVAL: A “proven” comprehensive survivalmanual with concise explanations, pictures, and detailedillustrations; this is an essential book for anyone. The content ofthis manual is unmatched in depth; knowledge is drawn from hundredsof years, thousands of man hours, and first hand operationalexperience. If you are a trainer, this is the corner stone on whichto build a training program. Learning life saving skills willreduce fear of the unknown and give you self-confidence. Psychologyis a key ingredient in having the will to survive and is essential.Increase your chances of survival by planning, preparation, andpractice. Survivors have related feelings of apathy andhelplessness because they could not medically treat themselves. Oneperson with a fair amount of basic medical knowledge can make adifference in the lives of many. Three essentials of survival:water, food, and shelter-are prioritized according to the estimateof the actual situation. In some areas, your need for shelter maytake precedence over your need for food and possibly even your needfor water. For example, prolonged exposure to cold can causeexcessive fatigue and weakness (exhaustion). Fire craft teaches youthe ability to start a fire; you can cook, preserve food, providewarmth, purify water, sterilize bandages, signal for rescue, andproduce tools & weapons. We can live for weeks without food,but it may take days or weeks to determine what is safe to eat andto trap animals in the area. Plants can provide you with medicines,chemicals for poisoning fish, preserving animal hides. Smalleranimals actually present more of a threat to you than largeanimals. To compensate for their size, nature has given many smallanimals weapons such as fangs and stingers to defend themselves.Each year, a few people are bitten/attacked by sharks, alligators,and bears. However, each year more victims die from bites byrelatively small venomous snakes. Even more victims die fromallergic reactions to bee stings. Imagine being in a survivalsituation without any weapons, tools, or equipment. You wouldprobably feel helpless, but with the proper knowledge and skills,you can easily improvise needed items. In a survival situation, youmay have to cross a water obstacle. It may be in the form of ariver, a lake, a bog, or quicksand. Whatever the obstacle, you needto know how to cross it safely. If you are not proficient in usinga map and compass, you must take the steps to gain this skill.There are several methods by which you can determine direction byusing the sun and the stars. Nuclear, chemical, and biological(NBC) man-made hazards have become potential realities in moderntimes. The potential of these hazards intensifies the problems ofsurvival because of the serious dangers posed by either radioactivefallout or contamination. If you are subjected to any of theeffects of nuclear, chemical, or biological event, the survivalprocedures recommended in this book may save your life.
Military Intelligence 1.0 APK
Army’s keystone manual for military intelligence (MI) doctrine. Itdescribes in detail these areas: THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT;UNIFIED ACTION; FUNDAMENTALS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS; PROCESSIN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS; DISCIPLINES; ALL-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE:HUMAN; IMAGERY; SIGNALS MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURES; TECHNICAL;COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION OPERATIONS; LINGUIST; SUPPORT
Map Reading Land Navigation 1.0 APK
The purpose of this field manual is to providea standardized source document for Army wide reference on mapreading and land navigation. This manual applies to every soldierin the Army regardless of service branch, MOS, or rank. This manualalso contains both doctrine and training guidance on thesesubjects. Part One addresses map reading and Part Two, landnavigation. The appendixes include a list of exportable trainingmaterials, a matrix of land navigation tasks, an introduction toorienteering, and a discussion of several devices that can assistthe soldier in land navigation.CHAPTER 1. TRAINING STRATEGY1-1. Building-Block Approach 1-2. Armywide Implementation 1-3. SafetyCHAPTER 2. MAPS2-1. Definition 2-2. Purpose2-3. Procurement 2-4. Security 2-5. Care 2-6. Categories2-7. Military Map Substitutes2-8. Standards of Accuracy CHAPTER 3. MARGINAL INFORMATION AND SYMBOLS3-1. Marginal Information on a Military Map3-2. Additional Notes 3-3. Topographic Map Symbols 3-4. Military Symbols3-5. Colors Used on a Military MapCHAPTER 4. GRIDS4-1. Reference System4-2. Geographic Coordinates4-3. Military Grids4-4. United States Army Military Grid Reference System 4-5. Locate a Point Using Grid Coordinates 4-6. Locate a Point Using the US Army Military GridReference System4-7. Grid Reference Box4-8. Other Grid Systems 4-9. Protection of Map Coordinates and LocationsCHAPTER 5. SCALE AND DISTANCE5-1. Representative Fraction5-2. Graphic (Bar) Scales 5-3. Other MethodsCHAPTER 6. DIRECTION6-1. Methods of Expressing Direction 6-2. Base Lines 6-3. Azimuths 6-4. Grid Azimuths6-5. Protractor6-6. Declination Diagram 6-7. Intersection6-8. Resection6-9. Modified Resection 6-10. Polar CoordinatesCHAPTER 7. OVERLAYS7-1. Purpose7-2. Map Overlay 7-3. Aerial Photograph Overlay CHAPTER 8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS8-1. Comparison With Maps 8-2. Types8-3. Types of Film 8-4. Numbering and Titling Information8-5. Scale Determination8-6. Indexing 8-7. Orienting of Photograph8-8. Point Designation Grid8-9. Identification of Photograph Features8-10. StereovisionCHAPTER 9. NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT AND METHODS9-1. Types of Compasses9-2. Lensatic Compass9-3. Compass Handling 9-4. Using a Compass9-5. Field-Expedient Methods9-6. Global Positioning SystemCHAPTER 10. ELEVATION AND RELIEF10-1. Definitions10-2. Methods of Depicting Relief10-3. Contour Intervals10-4. Types of Slopes 10-5. Percentage of Slope10-6. Terrain Features 10-7. Interpretation of Terrain Features 10-8. Profiles CHAPTER 11. TERRAIN ASSOCIATION11-1. Orienting the Map 11-2. Locations11-3. Terrain Association Usage 11-4. Tactical Considerations11-5. Movement and Route Selection 11-6. Navigation Methods11-7. Night NavigationCHAPTER 12. MOUNTED LAND NAVIGATION12-1. Principles12-2. Navigator's Duties 12-3. Movement 12-4. Terrain Association Navigation 12-5. Dead Reckoning Navigation 12-6. Stabilized Turret Alignment Navigation12-7. Combination Navigation CHAPTER 13. NAVIGATION IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF TERRAIN13-1. Desert Terrain 13-2. Mountain Terrain 13-3. Jungle Terrain 13-4. Arctic Terrain13-5. Urban Areas CHAPTER 14. UNIT SUSTAINMENT14-1. Set Up a Sustainment Program 14-2. Set Up a Train-the-Trainer Program 14-3. Set Up a Land Navigation CourseAPPENDIX A. FIELD SKETCHINGAPPENDIX B. MAP FOLDING TECHNIQUES APPENDIX C. UNITS OF MEASURE AND CONVERSION FACTORS APPENDIX D. JOINT OPERATIONS GRAPHICSAPPENDIX E. EXPORTABLE TRAINING MATERIALAPPENDIX F.ORIENTEERINGAPPENDIX G. M2 COMPASSAPPENDIX H. ADDITIONAL AIDSAPPENDIX I. FOREIGN MAPSAPPENDIX J. GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM APPENDIX K. PRECISION LIGHTWEIGHT GLOBAL POSITIONINGSYSTEM RECEIVER GLOSSARYREFERENCES
Pilot Controller Glossary 2 APK
This Glossary was compiled to promote a commonunderstanding of the terms used in the Air Traffic Control system.It includes those terms which are intended for pilot/controllercommunications. The definitions are primarily defined in anoperational sense applicable to both users and operators of theNational Airspace System. Use of the Glossary will preclude anymisunderstandings concerning the system’s design, function, andpurpose. About the Author: The Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) is an agency of the United States Department ofTransportation with authority to regulate and oversee all aspectsof civil aviation in the U.S. (National Airworthiness Authority).The Federal Aviation Act of 1958 created the group under the name"Federal Aviation Agency", and adopted its current name in 1967when it became a part of the United States Department ofTransportation. The Federal Aviation Administration's major rolesinclude: Regulating U.S. commercial space transportation.Regulating air navigation facilities' geometry and Flightinspection standards. Encouraging and developing civil aeronautics,including new aviation technology. Issuing, suspending, or revokingpilot certificates. Regulating civil aviation to promote safety,especially through local offices called Flight Standards DistrictOffices. Developing and operating a system of air traffic controland navigation for both civil and military aircraft. Researchingand developing the National Airspace System and civil aeronautics.Developing and carrying out programs to control aircraft noise andother environmental effects of civil aviation.
Airplane Pilot Test Standards 1 APK
Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards forAirplane (SEL, MEL, SES, MES): The Commercial Pilot—AirplanePractical Test Standards (PTS) book has been published by theFederal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish the standardsfor commercial pilot certification practical tests for the airplanecategory, single-engine land and sea; and multiengine land and seaclasses. FAA inspectors and designated pilot examiners shallconduct practical tests in compliance with these standards. Flightinstructors and applicants should find these standards helpfulduring training and when preparing for the practical test.CONTENTSINTRODUCTIONSECTION 1: COMMERCIAL PILOT AIRPLANE—SINGLE-ENGINELAND AND SINGLE-ENGINE SEACONTENTSADDITIONAL RATING TASK TABLE: AIRPLANESINGLE-ENGINE LANDADDITIONAL RATING TASK TABLE: AIRPLANESINGLE-ENGINE SEAAPPLICANT’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLISTEXAMINER’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLISTAREAS OF OPERATION:I. PREFLIGHT PREPARATIONII. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURESIII. AIRPORT AND SEAPLANE BASE OPERATIONSIV. TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS, AND GO-AROUNDSV. PERFORMANCE MANEUVERSVI GROUND REFERENCE MANEUVERVII. NAVIGATIONVIII. SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLSIX. EMERGENCY OPERATIONSX. HIGH ALTITUDE OPERATIONSXI. POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURESAPPENDIX 1—TASK VS. SIMULATION DEVICE CREDITTASK VS. SIMULATION DEVICE CREDITUSE OF CHARTFLIGHT SIMULATION DEVICE LEVELSECTION 2: COMMERCIAL PILOT AIRPLANE—MULTIENGINELAND AND MULTIENGINE SEACONTENTSADDITIONAL RATING TASK TABLE: AIRPLANEMULTIENGINE LANDADDITIONAL RATING TASK TABLE: AIRPLANEMULTIENGINE SEAAPPLICANT’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLISTEXAMINER’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLISTAREAS OF OPERATION:I. PREFLIGHT PREPARATIONII. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURESIII. AIRPORT AND SEAPLANE BASE OPERATIONSIV. TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS, AND GO-AROUNDSV. PERFORMANCE MANEUVERVI. NAVIGATIONVII. SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLSVIII EMERGENCY OPERATIONSIX. HIGH ALTITUDE OPERATIONSX. MULTIENGINE OPERATIONSXI. POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURESAPPENDIX 2—TASK VS. SIMULATION DEVICE CREDITTASK VS. SIMULATION DEVICE CREDITUSE OF CHARTFLIGHT SIMULATION DEVICE LEVELThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is an agency of theUnited States Department of Transportation with authority toregulate and oversee all aspects of civil aviation in the U.S.(National Airworthiness Authority). The Federal Aviation Act of1958 created the group under the name "Federal Aviation Agency",and adopted its current name in 1967 when it became a part of theUnited States Department of Transportation. The Federal AviationAdministration's major roles include: Regulating U.S. commercialspace transportation. Regulating air navigation facilities'geometry and Flight inspection standards. Encouraging anddeveloping civil aeronautics, including new aviation technology.Issuing, suspending, or revoking pilot certificates. Regulatingcivil aviation to promote safety, especially through local officescalled Flight Standards District Offices. Developing and operatinga system of air traffic control and navigation for both civil andmilitary aircraft. Researching and developing the National AirspaceSystem and civil aeronautics. Developing and carrying out programsto control aircraft noise and other environmental effects of civilaviation.
Mentoring Flight Instruction 2 APK
Best Practices for Mentoring in Flight Instruction: Mostpilotcertificates are issued with advice that the hard-won documentisonly a “license to learn.” Newly certificated pilots arethendispatched into the real world to learn through theirownexperience. While there is ultimately no substitute forexperience,too many pilots come to grief because the lessons ofexperience areharsh and sometimes fatal.The tests of experience – given, as the saying goes,beforerather than after the lesson – are especially challenging fortwospecific pilot groups. The first is new instrument pilots.Withinstrument rating in hand, the newly certificated instrumentpilotcan legally fly alone in conditions that would challenge themostseasoned professionals – perhaps without having evenexperiencedflight in instrument meteorological conditions(IMC).There are also special challenges for the newly certificated,butinexperienced, flight instructor (CFI). The CFI performs one ofthemost vital and influential roles in aviation and, just asinmedicine, the work can have life and death consequences. Butwhilethe medical profession uses internship and residency programstoprovide supervised real world training for newly graduatedMDs,newly certificated flight instructors – like new instrumentpilots– are mostly left to learn on their own.Many professions besides medicine use forms of mentoring tohelpnewly-trained novices transition from real-world applicationof“book” knowledge and basic skills. Teacher certificationboardsrequire a stint of student teaching that pairs the novicewith anexperienced classroom instructor for both observationandsupervised application of knowledge and skills. Mentoringinaviation generally takes place in the airline environment,whichpairs experienced pilots with junior crew members.Unfortunately, general aviation (GA) instrument pilots andflightinstructors do not typically have regular orstructuredopportunities to fly with more experienced aviators.Because suchopportunities could provide a major safety benefit tothe GAcommunity, this guide provides ideas and suggestedmentoringpractices that instructors and flight schools can use tohelpbridge the gap between training and experience.ABOUT the AUTHOR: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) isanagency of the United States Department of Transportationwithauthority to regulate and oversee all aspects of civil aviationinthe U.S. (National Airworthiness Authority). The FederalAviationAct of 1958 created the group under the name "FederalAviationAgency", and adopted its current name in 1967 when itbecame a partof the United States Department of Transportation. TheFederalAviation Administration's major roles include: RegulatingU.S.commercial space transportation. Regulating airnavigationfacilities' geometry and Flight inspection standards.Encouragingand developing civil aeronautics, including newaviationtechnology. Issuing, suspending, or revoking pilotcertificates.Regulating civil aviation to promote safety,especially throughlocal offices called Flight Standards DistrictOffices. Developingand operating a system of air traffic controland navigation forboth civil and military aircraft. Researching anddeveloping theNational Airspace System and civil aeronautics.Developing andcarrying out programs to control aircraft noise andotherenvironmental effects of civil aviation.
Pilot’s Aeronautical Knowledge 2 APK
Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge; provides basicknowledge that is essential for pilots. This updated handbookintroduces pilots to the broad spectrum of knowledge that will beneeded as they progress in their pilot training. This handbook isuseful to beginning pilots, as well as those pursuing more advancedpilot certificates. Chapters include: 1. Introduction To Flying, 2.Aircraft Structure, 3. Principles of Flight, 4. Aerodynamics ofFlight, 5. Flight Controls, 6. Aircraft Systems, 7. FlightInstruments, 8. Flight Manuals and Other Documents, 9. Weight andBalance, 10. Aircraft Performance, 11. Weather Theory, 12. AviationWeather Services, 13. Airport Operations, 14. Airspace, 15.Navigation, 16. Aero-medical Factors, 17. AeronauticalDecision-Making, Appendix, Glossary, and Index. Detailedspecialized information with both color and b&w illustrations,easy to navigate.
Amateur Aircraft Ultralight 1 APK
This AMATEUR-BUILT AIRCRAFT & ULTRALIGHT FLIGHT TESTINGHANDBOOK sets forth suggestions and safety related recommendationsto assist amateur and ultralight builders in developingindividualized aircraft flight test plans.Section 1.HomeworkSection 2. Airport SelectionFigure 1 - Runway LengthChartSection 3. Emergency Plans and EquipmentSection 4. TestPilotSection 5. Medical Facts For PilotsSection 6. Transporting TheAircraft To the AirportSection 7. Assembly and AirworthinessInspectionSection 8. Weight and BalanceFigure 2 - Empty WeightCGFigure 3 - Take Off CGFigure 4 - Additional EquipmentAddedSection 9. PaperworkSection 10. Powerplant TestsSection 11.Additional Engine TestsSection 12. Propeller InspectionFigure 5 -Propeller TrackingCHAPTER 2. TAXI TESTSSection 1. Low Speed TaxiTestsSection 2. High Speed Taxi TestsCHAPTER 3. THE FIRSTFLIGHTSection 1. GeneralSection 2. The Role of the ChasePlaneSection 3. Emergency ProceduresSection 4. First FlightSection5. First Flight ProceduresCHAPTER 4. THE FIRST 10 HOURSSection 1.The Second FlightSection 2. The Third FlightSection 3. Hours 4through 10CHAPTER 5. EXPANDING THE ENVELOPESection 1.GeneralSection 2. Hours 11 through 20Figure 6 - Climb Airspeed andAltitude GraphFigure 7 - Best Rate of Climb Speed GraphSection 3.Hours 21 through 35: Stability and Control ChecksFigure 8 - StaticStabilityFigure 9 - TimeSection 4. A Word or Two About Flutter
ATC Assistant 5.0.1 APK
The 7110.65 contained in this app is version V Change 2published on March 5th, 2015.ATC Assistant was developed with the air traffic control studentsin mind, people who are just curious about the air traffic system,and even the most seasoned of controllers who want to brush up onsome rules. This application is for educational purposes.ATC Assistant has the following features included:• The 7110.65• Airport/NAVAID information (via AirNav.com)• Approach charts• TFR’s• NOTAM’s• Various FAA publications• A full searchable glossary of the 7110.65The in app purchase Premium upgrade adds search functionality tothe 7110.65.Please email us or leave a comment with suggestions or changes. Wehave implemented nearly every suggestion received and would love tohear what you all would like to see from ATC Assistant in thefuture!Thank you and enjoy ATC Assistant!!*Note* - This application is made in my spare time and maynot reflect the current version of the 7110.65, always check theapplication description or the about page to ensure you are viewingthe correct and most up to date version of the 7110.65.
Lirik Lagu Qasidah Sholawat 4.4.0 APK
Kumpulan lagu-lagu Lirik Lagu Sholawat Qasidah Rebana LaguReligiIslami Nasida Ria/Qasidah ini bila dinyanyikan banyakmengandungmakna, enak di dengar, banyak banget lagu-lagu nya diaplikasiini.A collection of songs lyrics Sholawat Rebana QasidahNasida RiaIslamic Religious Songs / Qasidah this when sung a lot ofmeaning,good to hear, so many of her songs in this application.