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.
Profusely illustrated with hundreds of diagrams and drawings, the pilot's information file makes a delightful reference for the museum docent, aircraft modeler, enthusiast, and for pilots of all ages.
This high-quality, soft-bound reprint features the original text in its entirety, and has attractive full color covers.
272 pages, 8.5x11", softbound, color covers and b&w interior.