May 2008 Issue
Practice of technique on your home computer flight simulator may enhance real-world skills.
Given the aviation accident statistics, itís wise to stay sharp between flights, and one way to do that is to practice on a simulator. While that used to be cost prohibitive, todayís simulators not only work well on your home computer, they offer homebuilt designs to fly; by Chuck Bodeen.
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