by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
“The first woman to ferry a bomber across the Atlantic was somebody you 've already met previously - Jacqueline Cochran. In 1941, it was believed that women were not strong enough to handle the controls of a heavy bomber for long hours on the ocean crossing. But after 60 test takeoffs and landings in Montreal, Canada, she became licensed for ferry flights. Get this! The male ferry pilots threatened to strike because a woman was being allowed to do their job! Well, when all was said and done, she got the job with one stipulation! She had to give the controls to her copilot, Captain Grafton Carlisle, for takeoff and landing! Makes me laugh!”
1) Turn towards “FREEPORT”
2) Descend to “1500” feet
3) Turn onto final, runway 22R at JFK International airport
4) Turn to the Silly Sniglets section at the end of this scenario. Match the following definition with the appropriate word, and go to the AirLeg indicated.
Definition: STATE OF MOMENTARY CONFUSION IN A
DOG WHOSE OWNER HAS FAKED
THROWING THE BALL AND PALMED IT
BEHIND HIS BACK!