10,000’ in a 172
I get real nervous when line guys start marshaling me because I literally don’t know a single hand signal other than left/right and stop.
And thanks for following me back, I love your blog ‘cause I don’t get much space stuff on my dash. I fly a 1974 Cessna 172M ‘Superhawk’. Basically they just swapped out the 160hp engine for a 180hp and upped the max gross weight from 2300lbs to 2550lbs. It climbs like a rocket with just me in it. Anyway, I have about 150hrs, about 100 of which are PIC. I hope your training goes well! Keep in touch about it.
"Lady Blues", Mademoiselle US, January 1990
Photographer: Neil Kirk
Model: Daria Blott
View of an F-4N Phantom II of Fighter Squadron (VF) 301 pictured from the cockpit of a TA-4J Skyhawk of Composite Squadron (VC) 13 during air combat maneuvering near MCAS Yuma, Arizona on March 7, 1980
M117 Bombs dropped from a B52h
Mustang doing a bit of fishing…..
Most people suck so bad