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Steve Pomroy is a professional flight instructor and aviation writer. He has been teaching since 1995 and holds an Airline Transport Pilot License, Class 1 Instructor and Aerobatic Instructor Ratings, military QFI, and an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering. He's written and published three flight training books through his company, SkyWriters Publishing, and has several other books under development. Steve currently teaches RCAF pilot candidates on their Primary Flight Training course.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Vitamin 'g' Shortage

It's been a pretty slow week here. The weather (snow, snow, and more snow) has had us grounded for almost two weeks. Every now and then it clears up for half a day, but the students get priority and I don't get to fly. I won't have any of my own students until after the New Year. In the meantime, I'm trying to get my Aerobatic Instructor Rating out of the way. That was going well for a while, but now progress has stalled. All this lack of flying is making me feel very rusty!

It's funny how, when it's not that busy (like now!), my motivation to write all but disappears. I should be getting lots of posting done, but here I am writing a filler post a week after my last. But fear not! My next real post is started, and will be here in the (hopefully) not-too-distant future. TEASER: It's a follow up from my last post on equilibrium, and is a brief discussion of "centrifugal force".

Happy Flying!

1 comment:

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You need to have more flights.

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