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Guard Aviation : Books

In addition to the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARS) and Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) here is some recommended reading for your aviation library.

These books may be purchased locally or you can follow the links and purchase them from and have them delivered to your home. carries both new and used books.

Flying Airplanes - Primary Training

  • The Student Pilot's Flight Manual, William K. Kershner
  • Private Pilot Handbook, Rod Machado
  • The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual, William K. Kershner
  • Aircraft Engine Operating Guide, Kas Thomas
  • Flight Training Handbook, FAA
  • Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, FAA
  • Private Pilot Manual, Jeppesen
  • Stick and Rudder, Wolfgang Langewiesche
  • Taming the Taildragger, John Ball
  • Instrument Flying

  • The Instrument Flight Training Manual, Peter Dogan
  • Instrument Flying Handbook, FAA
  • Instrument Rating Manual, Jeppesen
  • Mastering Instrument Flying, Henry Sollman
  • Aerodynamics

  • Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators, FAA
  • The Illustrated Guide to Aerodynamics, H.C. Smith
  • Aerobatics

  • The Basic Aerobatic Manual, William K. Kershner
  • Fly for Fun, Bill Thomas
  • Roll Around a Point, Duane Cole
  • Conquest of Lines and Symmetry, Duane Cole
  • Stalls & Spins, Paul A. Craig
  • Hang Gliding

  • Understanding the Sky, Dennis Pagen
  • Hang gliding Skills, Dennis Pagen
  • Hang gliding For Advanced Pilots, Dennis Pagen

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