Master Instructor Emeritus
Congratulations! You earned your pilot certificates and ratings; however, many pilots know that is not enough. They realize using stick and rudder is missing from their skill set.
Many pilots pursue continuing flight education to develop the stick and rudder skills that assuage anxiety over stalls; build confidence making cross-wind landings; assure recovery from unusual attitudes.
If great stick and rudder skills is your goal, welcome to this website, your resource for mastery of airmanship.
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Your instructor is Jim Alsip, Master Instructor Emeritus. Jim has retired after two decades giving in person flight instruction; however, his insights for teaching airmanship continues through his series of books and training videos. Please take a moment and learn how this resource can guide you to become a better pilot, a good stick, a great airman.
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But wait, there is more!
If you have a question about airmanship or about flying maneuvers, ASK JIM. Send an e-mail, or view answers too many of the most frequently asked questions.
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This essay is from A Pilot's Guide to Airmanship and Aerodynamics. It is from the last chapter which features Jim's ten Best Stick and Rudder Habits to make you a great stick, an airman.