by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
“An airspeed is an airspeed only when you 're solely talking about airspeed! Forsooth, there are four refreshingly thirst quenching kinds of airspeeds which are vital for pilots to realize. They come under a beverage called ICE-T! 'I' is for indicated airspeed, which is what your instrument tells you. 'C' is for calibrated airspeed, which is indicated airspeed corrected for instrument or position errors. 'E' is for equivalent airspeed, which is calibrated airspeed corrected for compressibility errors. And 'T' is for true airspeed, which is equivalent airspeed corrected for pressure altitude and temperature.”
1) Turn towards “MOUNT DIABLO”
2) Climb to “5500” feet
3) What was the name of the very first organization that later became the FAA as we know it today?
If your answer is “Bureau of Air Commerce”, go to AirLeg 49
If your answer is “Civil Aeronautics Administration”, go to AirLeg 18
If your answer is “Civil Aeronautics Authority”, go to AirLeg 110