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Title Flying Magazine
Author
Publisher
Release 1930-01
Category
Total Pages 96
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Free to Fly by Jane Wheeler

Title Free to Fly
Author Jane Wheeler
Publisher FriesenPress
Release 2015-04-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1460217063
Language English, Spanish, and French
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About Free to Fly: When life gets you feeling “grounded”, where do you turn? When hopes are dashed and disappointments come, how do you respond? Free to Fly is an analogy of what it takes to get a multi-ton piece of steel off the ground, thrust into the air, and stay there—and how that can correspond to what it takes to get human spirits off the ground and up where they belong. If you are looking to revive your joy and your spirit, take a flight into Free To Fly and get ready for take-off!

Learning How to Fly by Taylor Ellwood

Title Learning How to Fly
Author Taylor Ellwood
Publisher Taylor Ellwood
Release 2019-08-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 175
ISBN 1080569480
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Nelson is a superhero with an embarrassing problem… He can't fly very well and he's been ordered to attend remedial flying school. If he doesn't pass the class he'll lost his superhero license and have to work at the weather bureau. But a class in remedial flying is just the beginning of his problems. His girlfriend thinks he’s self-obsessed, and his mom won’t get off his case about not living up to the family legacy. When Nelson is framed for a crime and sent to the Defining Center of Adjustments, the sinister warden Pretty Boy will challenge everything he thought he knew about being a hero. If Nelson can’t get his act together and realize that what makes a superhero isn’t the costume, but the actions the superhero takes, he might lose more than his career. He might lose his life and everyone important to him.

Fly Until You Die by Chia Youyee Vang

Title Fly Until You Die
Author Chia Youyee Vang
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2019-03-05
Category History
Total Pages 272
ISBN 0190622164
Language English, Spanish, and French
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During the Vietnam War, the US Air Force secretly trained pilots from Laos, skirting Lao neutrality in order to bolster the Royal Lao Air Force and their own war efforts. Beginning in 1964, this covert project, "Water Pump," operated out of Udorn Airbase in Thailand with the support of the CIA. This Secret War required recruits from Vietnam-border region willing to take great risks--a demand that was met by the marginalized Hmong ethnic minority. Soon, dozens of Hmong men were training at Water Pump and providing air support to the US-sponsored clandestine army in Laos. Short and problematic training that resulted in varied skill levels, ground fire, dangerous topography, bad weather conditions, and poor aircraft quality, however, led to a nearly 50 percent casualty rate, and those pilots who survived mostly sought refuge in the United States after the war. Drawing from numerous oral history interviews, Fly Until You Die brings their stories to light for the first time--in the words of those who lived it.

Title How to buy and fly a quadcopter drone
Author Roland Büchi
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release 2022-01-24
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 60
ISBN 3754388053
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This booklet provides basic knowledge and assistance for the purchase of quadrocopters and a detailed flight school.It is limited to the essentials, without any ballast. Contents: - Ready-to-fly quadcopters - Functionality - How to prepare a flight - First flight - Rotating away and first flight figures - More challenging flight maneuvers - Speedflight and loops, flips

Title Experiments in Reduced Gravity
Author Nikolaus Kuhn
Publisher Elsevier
Release 2014-09-06
Category Science
Total Pages 50
ISBN 0128004622
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Experiments in Reduced Gravity: Sediment Settling on Mars is the first book to be published that reflects experiments conducted on Martian geomorphology in reduced gravity. This brief yet important book on sediment experiments assesses the theoretical and empirical foundation of the models used to analyze the increasing information we have on the past geography on Mars. The book also evaluates the need to develop new methods for analyzing new information by providing a conceptual outline and a case study on how experiments can be used to test current theoretical considerations. The conceptual approach to identifying the need for and role of experiments will be of interest to planetary scientists and geoscientists not necessarily involved with Mars, but those using experiments in their research who can apply the book’s concepts. Includes figures, diagrams, illustrations, and photographs to vividly explore experiments and outcomes in reduced gravity Provides an outline of planned experiments and questions related to Martian geomorphology Features results from the MarsSedEx 1 Experiment in 2012

Come Fly with Us by Melvin Croft

Title Come Fly with Us
Author Melvin Croft
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
Release 2019-02
Category History
Total Pages 456
ISBN 149621224X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Come Fly with Us is the story of an elite group of space travelers who flew as members of many space shuttle crews from pre-Challenger days to Columbia in 2003. Not part of the regular NASA astronaut corps, these professionals known as "payload specialists" came from a wide variety of backgrounds and were chosen for an equally wide variety of scientific, political, and national security reasons. Melvin Croft and John Youskauskas focus on this special fraternity of spacefarers and their individual reflections on living and working in space. Relatively unknown to the public and often flying only single missions, these payload specialists give the reader an unusual perspective on the experience of human spaceflight. The authors also bring to light NASA's struggle to integrate the wide-ranging personalities and professions of these men and women into the professional astronaut ranks. While Come Fly with Us relates the experiences of the payload specialists up to and including the Challenger tragedy, the authors also detail the later high-profile flights of a select few, including Barbara Morgan, John Glenn (who returned to space at the age of seventy-seven), and Ilan Ramon of Israel aboard Columbia on its final, fatal flight, STS-107.

FLY BOY WILLCOX ARIZONA by J.W. ANDERSON

Title FLY BOY WILLCOX ARIZONA
Author J.W. ANDERSON
Publisher Lulu.com
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ISBN 130408437X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fly Navy by Charles Manning

Title Fly Navy
Author Charles Manning
Publisher Pen and Sword
Release 2000-03-07
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0850527325
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book tells the full story of flight from sea, discussing the dangers that naturally come with this seemingly unnatural mode of airbase, including the unfortunate losses of over 900 men during this period. It covers the development of new technology of the period and how changes in other areas such as the cold war and rise of nuclear power, meant that much of the abilities had to be changed and developed.

Mediterranean Fruit Fly by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations

Title Mediterranean Fruit Fly
Author United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations
Publisher
Release 1930
Category
Total Pages 1483
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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