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Illustrations are messed up Jan. 3 2013
By K. Beaulieu - Published on
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This is a great book - especially the perfomance sections. Unfortunately the illustrations throughout the book are zoomed in and cut off, making them useless. It looks like a publishing error.
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Well written book for all helicopter pilots Dec 16 2013
By R. Randall Padfield - Published on
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A highly experienced pilot, test pilot and instructor, Shawn Coyle writes in a conversationally, yet technically oriented way. I highly recommend this book and two other books he has written: "The Art and Science of Flying Helicopters" and "The Little Book of Autorotations." If I were teaching an introductory course on flying helicopters, I would (in all modesty) begin with my own book on the subject, "Learning to Fly Helicopters, Second Edition," and the "FAA’s Rotorcraft Flying Handbook" as an additional reference, then have the students read "Cyclic and Collective" and "The Art and Science of Flying Helicopters." "The Little Book of Autorotations" is valuable for all helicopter pilots, whether in training or already licensed, and is a must read for anyone planning to become a helicopter flight instructor.
Best helicopter book I've read Oct. 26 2013
By Nomes - Published on
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I absolutely love this book!! I'm a helicopter instructor, and this book has really helped me through the ratings. The wording is different than the FAA books, a little bit more down to earth. I love the vastness as well, it covers a lot.
Cyclic and Collective Aug. 5 2012
By Jman - Published on
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The author has an engaging and curious writing style, with a slight humour.
However, I think that the diagrams that help explain forces working together could have been made better, they are sometimes very difficult to understand.
Excellent book. Goes into great detail and it is ... May 2 2015
By Mr. Anonymous - Published on
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Excellent book. Goes into great detail and it is also enjoyable to read. One of the best helicopter instructional/informational books I have purchased.