I think most pilots admire the skills of a good stick: an aerobatic pilot rolling on top of a loop; the pilot who lands a float plane on a tiny mountain lake or the local tailwheel pilot making a perfect touchdown in a strong cross wind? Have you wondered what you can you do to become a confident and skillful flyer?
Actually there are only two fundamentals to master:
- Donﾒt cause the airplane to stall
- Recognize and control yaw.
My Key Points video Stall, Upset and Spin Recovery explores the first fundamental. Using ground school and film clips from the air, Rudder Fundamentals offers a unique and valuable presentation of the second fundamental; the recognition and control of yaw.
- Learn to control adverse, P-factor and gyroscopic yaw.
- Master the Dutch roll, the definitive stick and rudder skill.
- Learn to use the technique of cross controlled rudder and aileron to perform a plethora, of aerial maneuvers.
This DVD is a guaranteed Best Buy. You just canﾒt learn this stuff at the typical flight school.
Other products by Jim Alsip:
Key Points Videos are produced by Jim Alsip, a Master Certified Flight Instructor with an aerobatic endorsement. As principal of Dylan Aviation located in south east Florida, Jim Alsip provides specialized flight instruction that has attracted pilots from across the United States, South America and almost every country in Europe. The unique, Dylan Aviation five star venue offers aerobatic training, tailwheel endorsement, spin and upset recovery training and a best buy, all around course of instruction in emergency maneuvers.
Jim Alsip is a resident of Indiantown, Florida. He is an active member of the International Aerobatic Club (IAC), a charter member of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE), and has been an active FAA Safety Team Representative with the Vero Beach, Florida chapter. Jim regularly conducts PowerPoint seminars at Lakeland, Florida's Sun-n-Fun Fly-In and speaks at FAA's Lakeland Production Facility. He also appears weekly on GA TV Online in the segment titled "Hangar Talk". Several of Jim's videos may be seen at his YouTube channel.