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  1. AggieMike88

    AggieMike88 Touchdown! Greaser!

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    The original "I don't know it all" of aviation.
    ... studying for a written exam, you read this question

    Students should be taught that throughout a level, 720° steep turn to the right, the rudder is normally used to
    And then misread the correct answer as "yawning".

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    Salty En-Route PoA Supporter

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    Nobody’s yawning during a 720 degree steep turn.
     
  3. AggieMike88

    AggieMike88 Touchdown! Greaser!

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    The original "I don't know it all" of aviation.
    ... You're studying questions regarding "angle of attack" and the image that pops into your head is not this

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    but this

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    texasclouds Line Up and Wait

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    Level, steep, 720 degree bank? Which is it?
     
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    dreyna14 Pre-Flight

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    I have my instrument written on Sunday and tearing through material. Wife asked me what I need from her this weekend. "Leave me alone," probably wasn't the answer she was looking for.
     
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    AggieMike88 Touchdown! Greaser!

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    The original "I don't know it all" of aviation.
    Level turn. And a 720° bank angle would be something to see.
     
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    Crashnburn Pre-takeoff checklist

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    Two barrel rolls while turning. Acrobatics anyone?
     
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    benyflyguy Cleared for Takeoff

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    Must by flying in a dimension that I’m not aware existed.
     
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    Why? I see it in 95% of my flying.
    0 degrees = 360 degrees
    0 = n * 360 degrees
     
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    Everything is possible when you don’t understand anything.
     
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    Crashnburn Pre-takeoff checklist

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    And that is why engineers don't make good managers!
     
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