by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
Flights of “13JULIETT” - Book Four - Level B (Summer of 1995)
Are you ready for something new? Then you have got to try this book. “13JULIETT” is a sleek, FAST, beautiful, and trim Learjet aircraft. Oh, did I mention that she is FAST? Well, you get the picture. This type of flying is quite different than good old 13MIKE. You need to be on your toes all the time. Things happen mighty fast and this little beauty can get away from you in the twinkle of an eye. The flights are a mixture of high altitude jet route navigation, low altitude speed runs, and just plain yukky weather encounters. This one will challenge you!
In Trouble with “13MIKE” - Book Five - Level A (Fall of 1995)
In Trouble with “13MIKE” is a collection of flight segments where each segment deals with some type of emergency. These troubles range from a simple door ajar to engine or structural failure. The segments start off with a normal flight setting. As the flight progresses, things start to happen. Many of the segments deal with the particular emergency in a variety of ways, showing the various methods to handle the situation. At various times, throughout the scenario, you will be asked to pause the simulator and record varying flight parameters and aircraft attitudes. At the end of the segment you will turn to the back of the book, where the answers are provided, and tally your score. Your accumulated score will indicate what type of pilot you are when the chips are down and it seems that your luck has just run out. This action book has a very extensive PreFlight section covering numerous emergency and unusual attitude procedures. You are not alone in the cockpit while all this is happening. Professor Calfior is right there with you in the right seat. His years of flight instructing and quick wit will save you from ultimate disaster.