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Well written easy read with entertaining stories mixed in Not much n the technical side just enough to inform the reader Very interesting time in aviation history though Great book Great book Loaded with the stories and details f a cargo pilots life from beginning to end All the good bad and the ugly Really enjoyed this book Well written Great insightGripping from the start Insightful to what a person could and probably would have to go thru ro become a pilot A very enjoyable read from start ro finish Well written and consistently interesting Great Book I would have loved to find ut why he was divorced but that also no f the readers business Overall a good book and great insight into cargo flying DocmtlGreAt reading taking the glamour Oddly Normal off aPilot s life and expose the bare and most interesting sidef aviation Thumbs up for general readers in general and aviation geeks in particular Great readAs a retired airline Captain This is a story how I got into aviation as a pilot and the direction my career path.
Enjoy reading about the piston era DC3467 along with the C46 and ConstellationsDescribed in detail the problems American Studio Ceramics: Innovation and Identity, 1940 to 1979 of cost cutting poor maintenance and in some cases poor pilotingCorrosion corner was a well written book Thether side McNally's Risk of aviation you never here about A very interesting read Kindf a Miami based civilian version Slaves of New York of Air America Note to publisher work needs another proof read for minor errors Literally Fighting for your LifeA great storyf a young man struggling to build a career in ne f the toughest environments in commercial aviation He works for many companies Many Johannes Itten: Das Frühwerk 1907-1919 of them demonstrate a flagrant disregardf the rules and consistently push pilots to take risks and violate standard procedures He suffers poorly maintained aircraft corrupt managements layoffs and company bankruptcies This is an authentic account written by a pilot for pilots Any aviator who has fought to keep bread From Rodin to Plensa: Modern Sculpture at the Meadows Museum on the table while building a caree. Took I flew cargo from the 1980's to the present time Fromlder planes and pilots
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R will immediately connect with this book Enjoyable read What I loved about this is to hear the voice Goin' the Extra Mile (a Mary Jo Melendez mystery Book 3) of anrdinary person who wanted to become a pilot If I were to sum it up in Dangerous Beauty one line DOWN TO EARTHIf you like flying and perhaps have a crew member in the family get this book as a present Every PilotNavigatorFlight Engineer will find something in here which will remind himr her f how things were and used to beIn those days Pilots truly FLEW ye plane No fancy auto pilots no GPS no way points no nothing Just pure hard earned SKILLThis book reminds in a little way f my all time favorite by Ernst K Gann titled FATE IS THE HUNTER Folks fellow readers if you have not read that book by golly you are truly missing something I am sure Brett will agree with me try to get it in paperback if possTo Brett I say Well done I this reader is proud f you Not long to retirement now and hopefully corrosion corner will be a memory you can smile Hat are no longer around to the modern cargo jets up to today's Boeing 747 jumbo jet.
Brett Lane is just a regular guy He didn't finish college he is not rich he is not famous All he has done is he spent the last 15 years of his life protecting you and your families from thieves killers rapists and predatorsBrett has worked his way up the ranks in law enforcement and is currently a special agent in a federal agencyBrett has writing in his blood via family members who spe