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    Default Books That Should Be On Every Pilot's Bookshelf

    Stick and Rudder: An Explanation of the Art of Flying by Wolfgang Langewiesche

    Instrument Flying by Richard L. Taylor

    Weather Flying by Robert N. Buck

    Once Upon A Thermal by Richard "Old Dog" Wolters

    Joy Of Soaring by Carle Conway

    Song Of The Sky by Guy Murchie

    The World Aloft by Guy Murchie

    Fate Is The Hunter by Ernest K. Gann

    WE by Charles A. Lindbergh


    Other books that may be of interest include almost any book by Ernest K. Gann, Richard Bach, and Martin Caidin.
    In addition, there are numerous books in the aviation field written by numerous authors, both fiction and non-fiction, depending primarily on your interests.
    Last edited by Nels_Anderson; 12-14-2012 at 04:23 PM.

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