Published June 1970
by Sunflower Univ Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Standards, Practices and Procedures for the Rules of the Air. These were reviewed by the then Air Navigation Committee and approved by the Council on 25 February They were published as Recommendations for Standards, Practices and Procedures — Rules of the Air in the first part of Doc , published in February Archive/an02_cons.pdf. The Air Commerce Act of , which set forth the first regulations governing the certification of aircraft and licensing of pilots, also made flight logs a requirement. In addition to setting down the rules and basic format of a pilot’s log, the act required logbooks to be regularly :// Interpret the entries in an 18 th century ship's Log Book. Discuss the concept of magnetic variation and its importance to navigation. Explain how historical log books could be used in the search for the Bonhomme Richard; Introduction. Captain John Paul Jones left the French port of L'Orient on Saturday, Aug in the Bonhomme :// Log book relating to the Second World War service of Flight Lieutenant Garth Edward Sommerville Clabburn, No. Squadron. This flying log book documents flights that Clabburn made between April and May , and includes details such as dates, types of aircraft flown, passengers, purposes of the flights, and time spent in the ://
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