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COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 11 ISS 6 - JUNE 07

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COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 11  ISS 6 - JUNE 07

COMPUTER PILOT PDF - VOL 11 ISS 6 - JUNE 07

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    JUNE 2007 VOLUME 11 - ISSUE 6 - This is the full magazine in digital form!

    VFR Flying in the Great Southern Land – Part 1
    “On my first trip overseas, I found myself in an Irish bar talking to some locals. I said how stunned I was by how green the country was. And one of them said “But Australia is so beautiful! I have never seen so many lovely and subtle shades of brown.” I guess you don’t notice what is familiar to you. Familiar or not, you can experience the unique flight experience “Downunder” with John Lattanzio’s Aussie Adventures!

    Marysburgh Vortex SAR
    “Dan took the book and read the cover aloud, “Gateway to Oblivion – The Great Lakes Bermuda Triangle by Hugh F. Cochrane.” He rolled his eyes up toward the ceiling, “Come on Ron you don’t believe all those tales about ships and planes disappearing in the Bermuda Triangle, do you?”

    Virtual Aviator
    Our web surfing column is back! Every second issue we scout the internet looking for the best, most informative, or useful flight simulation related websites to catch a wave to. Don’t miss the new version of Virtual Aviatior, your online resources column!

    Cockpit Building Series: Creating Panel Backlighting
    How do the pilots see their instrument panels? Well it’s pretty much the same as we see the instrument panels in our cars, they have quite sophisticated backlighting. The panel parts are cleverly designed to only allow light through where required such as the numbers on a vehicle’s speedometer… we show you how to create your own realistic panel backlighting.

    Bride of a Flight Sim Zombie – Part III
    “For a freelance journalist he looked more like a washed up actor from a daytime TV show. The man now sitting opposite me had let his hair grow too long and clearly didn’t realize that an unshaven look doesn’t work well for a man over 40. If he had been aiming for “ruggedly handsome” then he would have been dismayed to discover that he’d fallen well short of the mark. “Almost homeless” would have been a better description!”

    Making FSX Missions – Adding Mission Scenery
    “Today I will show you how to make a mission in FSX. Got you! Actually, I am going to show you how to make your own Scenery for FSX. Got you again! In this multi-part series, I am going to show you both!”

    Flight Instructor: Partial Panel, Unusual Attitudes and Timed Turns
    If Partial Panel (PP) isn’t the ultimate challenge, it runs a darn close second to whatever is. In the U.S. we call it Partial Panel; you may be more familiar with the term Limited Panel — both are referring to the same condition. This article will give you a basic understanding of how to fly the plane with less than a full complement of instruments.

    FSX for Beginners
    Ever since Flight Simulator X (FSX for short) was published, amidst a raving marketing campaign not yet seen for the Flight Simulator range, a lot of problems have popped up globally in the many FS communities. That ALWAYS happens when a new version of this now 25 year old series is released, but this time it is slightly different!

    Beating FSX Missions
    If you want to be successful and win awards, here are some steps to enhance your chances when flying FSX missions!

    “I Want To Fly!” – A Pictorial
    “Many people have spoken with me about flying and my career as a flying student, flight instructor, charter pilot, airline pilot, and training captain (not always in English). I normally recommend that a very good starting for you is to have a look at an airport and aircraft, and then become a Computer Pilot using a PC Flight Simulator at home.”

    Enjoy the June issue of Computer Pilot Magazine – The World’s Favorite monthly flight simulation resource!

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