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📒The Aircraft Cockpit ✍ L. F. E. Coombs
✏The Aircraft Cockpit Book Summary : An illustrated of the history of the airplane cockpit.
📒Cockpit ✍ Jerzy Kosinski
✏Cockpit Book Summary : Tarden considers the task of catching his lover with another man a mere diversion compared to his more serious spying activities
📒Coping With Computers In The Cockpit ✍ Sidney Dekker
✏Coping with Computers in the Cockpit Book Summary : First published in 1999, this volume examined how increasing cockpit automation in commercial fleets across the world has had a profound impact on the cognitive work that is carried out on the flight deck. Pilots have largely been transformed into supervisory controllers, managing a suite of human and automated resources. Operational and training requirements have changed, and the potential for human error and system breakdown has shifted. This compelling book critically examines how airlines, regulators, educators and manufacturers cope with these and other consequences of advanced aircraft automation.
📒Cockpit And Cabin Crew Coordination ✍ Kim M. Cardosi
✏Cockpit and Cabin Crew Coordination Book Summary : Cockpit and cabin crew coordination is crucial not only in emergencies, but also during normal operations. The purposes of this study were to determine the status of crew coordination in the industry and to identify the implications for flight safety. This examination of crew coordination included: an examination of accidents and incidents in which cockpit and cabin crew coordination was a factor, an analysis of the results of surveys of pilot and flight attendant safety representatives, a survey of manuals and training programs for flight attendants and pilots, interviews with training administrators from seven Part 121 carriers, and interviews with Principal Operations Inspectors and their managers. Problem areas identified in this study included: inadequate crew communication in emergencies, confusion over the sterile cockpit (FAR 121.542) concept, inadequate instruction on the duties of the other crew in training, failure to properly secure the cabin for takeoff and landing, and inadequate support for and staffing of the FAA inspector workforce. Recommendations for improving the status of cockpit and cabin crew coordination include changes in training and operational procedures. Keywords: Crew coordination, Emergency procedures, Air safety, Flight training, Flight attendant training.
📒Crazy In The Cockpit ✍ Randy Blume
✏Crazy in the Cockpit Book Summary : Kendra Davis falls in love with flying as a college student, but as she pursues a career as a professional pilot she faces harassment from instructors and fellow pilots in a male-dominated profession
📒Device Task Fidelity And Transfer Of Training ✍ Wallace W. Prophet
✏Device task Fidelity and Transfer of Training Book Summary : The objective of the research was to evaluate the training effectiveness of two cockpit procedures training devices, differing greatly in their physical fidelity (and, consequently, cost), in the teaching of ground cockpit procedures for a twin-engine, turboprop, fixed wing aircraft. One group of students received training in cockpit procedures in a relatively expensive, sophisticated, high-fidelity, computerized cockpit procedures trainer, while another group were trained in an inexpensive, low-fidelity mockup of the aircraft cockpit. Their subsequent performance in the actual aircraft was compared with that of a control group who received all of their procedures training in the aircraft. Results indicated that both training devices produced significant transfer of training, in terms of error and time reduction, in performance in the actual aircraft. There were no significant differences in training effectiveness of the two devices, in spite of their great differences in physical fidelity and cost. Implications for the design of procedures training devices and associated training programs are discussed. (Author).
📒Cockpit ✍ K. Bromberg
✏Cockpit Book Summary : From New York Times bestselling author K. Bromberg comes a new, sexy standalone about taking chances and finding love when it’s least expected. Or wanted. This whole contest was supposed to be easy. I know, I know. Famous last words. It’s a long story, but I messed up at work. Big time. To earn back the trust of my boss, I promised to save one of our magazines. Yep. That Hot Dad contest you’ve seen advertised all over the place was my idea. And if I’m successful, if I’m able to increase our online readership, then I get a shot at my dream job. But the one thing I never expected to happen, happened: Contestant number ten, Grayson Malone. Hello, Mr. Difficult. And did I mention sexy as hell? Unfortunately he knows me. The old me, anyway. And while we might be older now, I remind him of before. Of the woman who broke his heart, who hardened him, and who left him alone to raise the cutest little boy I’ve ever seen. But I don’t want a relationship. And I definitely don’t fall for single dads with baggage. Even ones with chiseled abs and killer smiles. But he got to me. They got to me. He and his son and their messy, crazy life. But I got to him too. I see the stolen glances. I feel the walls he built start to crumble. I recognize that there’s an unexpected beauty to the chaos in his life. And now that the contest is about to end, we’re left to decide whether the last six months were just fun or if what we have is worth risking it all?
📒In The Cockpit ✍ Eric F. Long
✏In the Cockpit Book Summary : The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum holds the country's premier collection of historic aircrafts, but visitors must view these impressive structures at a distance. IN THE COCKPIT captures the feeling of helming these historic craft with big, gorgeous four–color photographs that will give flight enthusiasts a true pilot's eye view of many of history's most important domestic and military airplanes, jets, and helicopters. Each entry includes archival images of the craft and authoritative text that places each one in the context of the development of aviation technology and world history .
📒Phantom From The Cockpit ✍ Peter Caygill
✏Phantom from the Cockpit Book Summary : The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom was the outstanding aircraft in many of the Western World's air forces during the 1960s and 70s. It played a key role in the 'Cold War' and saw action in Vietnam. It first flew in 1958 and went into operation with the US Navy in 1960. During its long front-line life it flew in the roles of an interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.Apart from giving a comprehensive overview of the Phantom's history, this book looks particularly at the experiences of the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm when they received a new model designed with a British Rolls-Royce turbofan instead of the original American power-plant. All was not sweetness and light when the first trials commenced and this book traces its development and progression from being a carrier-based attack aircraft flown by the Fleet Air Arm to the many successful roles it played as a land-based aircraft with the RAF.
📒A Soldier In The Cockpit ✍ Ron Pottinger
✏A Soldier in the Cockpit Book Summary : In October 1939, barely a month after World War II erupted in Europe, Ron Pottinger was conscripted into the British Army as a rifleman in the Royal Fusiliers. A year later, amidst pilot shortages due to losses during the Battle of Britain, he transferred to the Royal Air Force, where he began flying the 7.5 ton Hawker Typhoon fighter. He flew dozens of dangerous ground-attack missions over occupied Europe through bad weather, heavy flak, and enemy fighters before being shot down in early 1945 and ending the war in a German prisoner of war camp. Ron Pottinger served for six years during World War II, most of it flying combat missions in the Royal Air Force. He lives in England.