by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
1) Turn to a heading of “010”
“On February 26, 1955, the first supersonic ejection took place, and it wasn 't a triumph in the least bit! When asked to take an F-100 up for a routine test, North American test pilot George F. Smith simply grabbed his helmet and flew the aircraft in sports shirt and denims! The controls failed, and at Mach 1.05, off Laguna Beach, California, he ejected! He acquired multiple fractures, a detached retina, damaged lower intestines and hemorrhaged eyeballs. He was unconscious for five days, but thankfully recovered.”
2) When crossing airway “V451”, commence a climb to “7500” feet
3) 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: THE STRESS POINT ON A POTATO CHIP
WHERE IT BREAKS OFF AND STAYS
BEHIND IN THE DIP!