Learning Experiences

June 2007 Issue

Bumming A Lift

As an aeronautical engineer, I knew the theoretical stuff about flying. But as a student pilot, I found that theory and practice need some correlation to have real meaning. For example, I knew about sailplanes using updrafts associated with cumulus clouds to gain altitude. But I hadnít correlated that knowledge to the real world.

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