Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 109

“If you ever get a chance to take a lesson or two in aerobatics, treat yourself! It's pretty much taken for granted now, but imagine how the first guy felt when he decided to try to fly a powered airplane inverted for the first time? Well, a French pilot by the name of Adolphe Pergoud did just that in 1913! One small tweak for man, one giant field day for mankind - because thus began the era of daredevil stunt pilots!”

1) When “10.0” DME from LAX VOR, turn LEFT towards “ALONDRA PARK

2) The first airplane flight in France was made by:

   If your answer is “Henri C. Farman”, go to AirLeg 102

   If your answer is “Alberto Santos-Dumont”, go to AirLeg 116

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