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Boeing 727 Flight Master

Author : John A. Moktadier
ISBN : 9781418422325
Genre : Transportation
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This book is an autobiography concerning my own personal experiences and impressions in the Military Service during the War Years (1942 to 1945). I was a non-combatant soldier in the First Army with the 45th Evacuation Hospital Semi-Mobile. I served as a Medical Laboratory Technician. The 45th actively entered the European conflict on D+ 10 and took part in every major First Army engagement from that day until V -E Day. The following were the highlights of my active duty: Omaha Beach and the Hedgerows of Normandy. The Breakthrough at St. Lo - Operation "Cobra" The Falaise Gap - General Patton's Third Army enters the conflict The Battle of the Bulge The Crossing of the Rhine River at Remagen The 45th Evacuation Hospital's part in the repatriation of Prisoners at Buchenwald Concentration Camp Also included are my experiences during: Basic Training and Technical School. Tennessee Maneuvers Boat Trip on the "Aquitania" to Britain. Life in Britain before D-Day Point System qualification for discharge Train Trip from Germany to "Camp Lucky Strike" in France Boat trip home on a "Liberty Ship". Discharge at Fort Dix, New Jersey During the initial landing on Omaha Beach until the St. Lo Breakthrough we had very limited knowledge concerning our exact geographic location. What little we learned was from troops on the move, patients and the "Stars and Stripes" paper, which we received sporadically. It was not until the St. Lo breakthrough that we learned the Beachhead was a very, very narrow strip of land. The front lines were only a few miles away and never more than ten miles from our tent hospital at any time before the breakout from the hedgerow countries in Normandy. My story begins with complications on being drafted and ends with my discharge from the Army immediately after V-E Day.

Boeing 727 Flight Master

Author : John A. Moktadier
ISBN : 1418422312
Genre : Transportation
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This book is like no other flight training book you've seen before. It is complete (from takeoff to landing) - not the usual boring flight manual - and it will make your day-to-day operations a breeze. You will pass any check ride successfully after studying my book thoroughly - GUARTANTEED - or your money back. I wrote this book solely as a way to help my fellow pilots. So order today!

Airbus 330

Author : John A Moktadier
ISBN : 1947191411
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Captain John A. Moktadier graduated and received his Bachelor's Degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He has been flying for the past 35 years and currently holds both a Gold Seal Flight Instructor and Advanced Ground Instructor licenses from the FAA. Capt. Moktadier has four type ratings which include: Airbus 330, Airbus 320, Boeing 747 and Boeing 727. He has logged over 24,000 hours flight time with the majority of his hours in jet transport and wide body aircraft. He has flown around the world. Captain Moktadier served as a Boeing 727 Check Airman (TRE) and conducted rating rides, proficiency checks, instructions and simulator checks and line checks for over 10 years with a commercial airline in the United States. He has trained hundreds of pilots with no failures and well above average results. The pilots he has trained have lots of respect for Capt. Moktadier's knowledge and his training style made them feel relaxed during the entire simulator session maximizing their learning due to his teaching ability, honesty and integrity. They have all commented that he is a true professional instructor and TRE. This is his second book that he has published. The first one was Boeing 727 Flight Master which received many outstanding and excellent reviews and positive feedback from the professionals in the airline industry who read the book and it soon became one of the best training books on a Boeing 727.

Star Death

Author : Leo Emmanuel Lochard
ISBN : 9781608992522
Genre : Religion
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Star Death is a science-based fiction book depicting "sun death" as revealed by the Prophets and as depicted by the Apostle Peter in the Holy Bible. It also parallels scientific estimations of solar entropy as forecast by major astrophysicists who have pushed Relativity Theory to its applicable limits. This book, based on real scientific theorization, is fresh in perspective and presents the laws of thermodynamics in a way never entertained before. The sun, reacting to inputs from the outer reaches of the Milky Way Galaxy, must therefore "negotiate" the "tugs of entropy"; it stretches its electromagnetic curtain to envelop the whole heliosphere into tumultuous radiation eruptions that extend even to the outer periphery of the solar system. Jupiter, Mercury, and the Earth convulse under tremendous pressures that impinge upon their mass and magnetic fields, respectively, to produce turbulence and perturbations uprooting the relative tranquility of the solar system. On the Earth, there is life, human life. Gravi-metric processes become chaotic and erratic so as to disrupt the daily routine of productive life. With impending "star death" came the imperative necessity to create a permanent, safe, space habitation for the human family. As "sun death" affected the whole human species, countries undertook to cooperate internationally in order to alleviate human suffering in the light of the possible extinction of the family of Man.

The Mac Flyer

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ISBN : MINN:31951P01184113J
Genre : Aeronautics, Military
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Scientific And Technical Aerospace Reports

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ISBN : OSU:32435053882510
Genre : Aeronautics
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Lists citations with abstracts for aerospace related reports obtained from world wide sources and announces documents that have recently been entered into the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Database.

Flying Drunk

Author : Joseph Balzer
ISBN : 9781611210484
Genre : History
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March 8, 1990: An intoxicated three-man crew, including Flight Engineer Joseph Balzer, fly a Northwest Airlines Boeing 727 with 91 passengers aboard from Fargo, North Dakota to Minneapolis, Minnesota.Northwest Airlines, alcoholism July 25, 1990: All three pilots stand trial for flying a commercial airliner while under the influence of alcohol; all three are convicted and sent to federal prison. July 26, 1990 – present: Joe Balzer fights for redemption and to regain all that he has lost. Flying Drunk is his story. Since he was a young boy, Joe Balzer dreamed of flying. He pursued his goal with a vigorous passion and earned his pilot licenses, piling up hours of flight time with a wide variety of planes and jets with one overarching goal: to one day fly for a major airline. But Joe had a problem. He was an alcoholic and refused to admit to himself that he had a problem. His alcoholism caught up with him in March 1990, when Joe was arrested with two other pilots for flying a commercial airliner while under the influence of alcohol. His world began crumbling around him and his new marriage faced the ultimate test. He lost his promising career and his dignity. Every major media outlet, including The New York Times, Newsweek, and Time Magazine covered the shocking story for the stunned American flying public. The trial that followed drained Joe’s life’s savings and federal prison nearly broke him. Flying Drunk is Joe’s bittersweet and thoroughly chilling memoir of his twisted journey to a Federal courtroom, his time in the notorious Federal penitentiary system in Atlanta, and his struggle to recapture all that he held dear. Today, Joe is a recovering alcoholic, celebrating more than nineteen years of sobriety. The long road back from perdition led him to American Airlines, where good people and a great organization recognized a talented pilot who had cleaned up his act and was ready to fly again, safely. Flying Drunk is an incredible journey of the human spirit, from childhood to hell, and back again. Everyone should read and heed its message of hope and redemption. No one who does will ever forget it. About the Author: Joe Balzer is a pilot for American Airlines with more than 15,000 hours of flight experience. He has a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Education and is also an inspirational speaker, traveling around the country speaking to pilots and other groups on the dangers of alcohol and other addictions, bringing his audience to laughter and tears with his powerful message of hope. Joe lives in Tennessee with his wife Deborah and their two children. Flying Drunk is his first book.

Air Disaster

Author : Macarthur Job
ISBN : IND:30000057090882
Genre : Transportation
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This volume examines the way unforeseen hazards of jet-age aviation progressively came to light through costly real-world experience, often with an inevitable toll in tragedy and human lives. Yet for all their grim consequences, these harsh lessons have helped to evolve a transport system on a scale beyond anything the world has ever seen, and at a safety level that statistically surpasses even the normal hazards of everyday life. Concorde has had 20 years of accident-free revenue flying, and the Boeing 747 jet has had 25 years of successful operation.

Flight Path

Author : Paul Grescoe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114288736
Genre : Business & Economics
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At a time when airlines across North America and around the worldare facing crisis after crisis, and many collapsing intobankruptcy, WestJet has become Canada's most successful airline andone of the two most profitable carriers in North America. WestJet got off the ground in 1996, with three aircraft and 220employees serving just five western Canadian cities. Today, thecompany is soaring to new heights, with more than 6 million'guests'; traveling on 44 planes, and WestJet's over 3,700 peopleproviding service to 26 destinations. Flight Path is the first book to chronicle the amazing successstory of Canada's leading low-fare airline. It offers a detailedlook at WestJet's path to success and holds valuable lessons forany business reader: the empowering corporate philosophy andpeople-first culture; the low-cost structure that drivesprofitability; the passion for customer service that puts the funback into flying; the focus on technology innovations; and theunwavering commitment to providing safe, friendly, and affordableair travel.

Flight Path

Author : Jan David Blais
ISBN : 0965460703
Genre : Fiction
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FLIGHT PATH is fiction that reads like fact, a thriller set in the chaotic early days of airline deregulation. New York¿s BellAir, one of the world¿s great airlines, fights for survival, while a stubborn regional resists its takeover schemes. An ambitious young protege challenges BellAir¿s founder for control, propelling the story through strikes and sabotage to a surprising conclusion. Blais tells the inside story, taking the reader inside the cockpit and the boardroom.

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