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Eagle Eyed Pilot (Video)

Posted by on August 28, 2009 2 Comments Category : Flight Instructor Blog Tags : ,

The eagle is acclaimed for its keen eyesight and superior flying ability. This film, beautifully photographed in Alaska, stresses that a pilot’s “eagle” vision and flight safety go hand-in-hand. It acquaints the general aviation pilot with the physiology of pilot vision, particularly highlighting the limitations of the eye in flight and factors that can affect and impair sight and safety while airborne.  14 1/2 minutes, 1971 FA-05-70

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  2. Julien on Sep 21, 2009

    Thanks Paul for the video, you really made my day. Not only is it very informative, but nothing can beat that genuine 70’s feeling. The music, the glasses, the clothes… everyting! Everything is nicely old-fashioned, except the GA airplanes which are the ones we’re still flying today. Thanks for that!

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