To Be A U.S. Naval Aviator, by Jay Stout

To Be A U.S.
Naval Aviator

by Jay Stout

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ISBN-13:
9780760321638
Copyright Date:
2005
Pages:
160
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A very well-illustrated Zenith Press series of books showing life in various parts of the U.S. military. To Be a U.S. Naval Aviator shows the people, their training, their ships and the aircraft of the U.S. Navy’s aviation arm. While aimed primarily at youngsters hoping to be accepted for flight training with the U.S. Navy, the book also has much wider appeal.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgements
1] Routes to Training
2] Aviation Preflight Indoctrination
3] Primary Training
4] T-45 Basic Trainer
5] Rotary Wing Aircraft
6] Multi Engine Aircraft
7] T-45 Advanced Training
8] The Fleet
Index

About the author
About the Author
Jay Stout is a Marine fighter pilot and combat veteran. In a career that included assignments in both F-4 Phantoms and the F/A-18 Hornet, he amassed more than 4,300 flight hours. Now retired, he resides in San Diego, California.

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Being a current flight instructor in the Naval Aviation Training Command I can atest that Jay Stout's book "tells it like it is." It is an accurate, informative and interesting tour of what a young man or woman goes through from the day they show up to begin training, through the awarding of the coveted "Wings of Gold". Clearly written, technically correct and well illustrated, Jay has authored the authoritative primer for anyone considering or interested in becoming a Naval Aviator. A must read!!
Vito, Corpus Cristi, TX

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