Conventional Gear: Flying a Taildragger by
Many vintage airplanes, aerobatic planes,
cropdusters, and ultralights are taildraggers, which means there are a large
number of pilots who need to learn these particular skills and techniques.
Written in plain language with many clear illustrations to explain the dynamics
and techniques, Conventional Gear provides a thorough foundation of knowledge
for the pilot seeking a tailwheel endorsement. It presents the combined
experience of thousands of flight hours by civilian and military pilots who grew
up flying airplanes with conventional gear.