Gleim Pilot Log Book

Gleim Pilot Log Book

$9.95

Description

Full-featured logbook without the bulk of "professional" logs - log book, logbook.








Location: Floor 1, #3 (center closet)
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
Pages to list certificates, ratings, and operating privileges. Up to 450 flight entries. Complete endorsement section covering all endorsements required for student through CFII training ground instruction. Separate table of contents with numbered pages for quick reference. Larger than a typical student log but not as bulky, fragile, or heavy as "professional" flight log. High quality paper and hard-cover binding.
Today in Aviation History
January 20, 1953: First licensed pilot to become President , Dwight D Eisenhower. He soloed in 1937 while serving with Gen Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines and received his pilot's license (#93528) in July 1939. Eisenhower was also the first to have a presidential helicopter, in 1957. First President as a combat pilot was George H Bush, who flew combat missions in a USN Grumman TBF during WW2. Neither, however, pursued a career in aviation. Son, George W Bush, was first President qualified as jet pilot (Texas ANG).