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Give the exact date and place of the Wright brothers' first flight. December 17, 1903 in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Give the exact date and place of takeoff for the Voyager aircraft and the total length of its epic around-the-world flight. December 14, 1986, Edwards Air Force Base, 9 days 3 minutes 44 seconds
Aircraft ground safety is important. When going to and from parked aircraft: Do not run on the aircraft ramp.
There are four forces of flight that act on an aircraft in motion. What are they? Lift, weight, drag, thrust.
Name the designer of the Voyager: Burt Rutan.
Name the two pilots of the Voyager: Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager.
When approaching an aircraft prior to "pre-flight" and after exiting the aircraft, do not enter within: the radius of the propeller.
Complete the sentence which Jimmy Doolittle said was his philosophy of life: "I have a very simple philosophy of life. I believe we were put on this earth for a purpose and that purpose is to make it... within our capabilities, a better place in which to live."
The author Harry Combs in the first Wright Flight lesson called the Wright brothers what? Doers with Dreams.
What process did Jimmy Doolittle say accounted for his successes? Complete the thought: "He set goals and achieved them; and his failures he... pushed them aside, gained from them, and would go on to another goal."
Dead Reckoning Navigation uses the following components to determine your future position: current position, time/speed, distance, and heading
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