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Created: 7/13/1962

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FLIGHT NUMBERFLOWN TODAY, PaOT MR PARKS.0 FOR TOTAL FLIGHT TIMEOURSINUTES. CROSS HEIGHT WASPOUNDS, CC9 PERCENT MAC. TAKE-OFF WAS IN AB WITH CLIMB TO TEN THOUSAND TO BEGIN LOW SPEED STABILITY AUGMENTATION CHECKS. MOST OF FLIGHT WAS DEVOTED TO THIS TYPE WORK, ALL AT SUBSONIC SPEEDS AND AT ALTITUDES UP TO THIRTY FIVE THOUSAND FEET, PLUS SOME AFT CC CONDITIONS. SOME CHECKS WERE MADE USING BACK-UP PITCH DAMPER. AUTO PILOT OPERATION WAS CHECKED, AS WERE AIR CONDITIONING AND PRESSURIZATION. MISSION DESCENT WAS SIMULATED FROM THIRTY THOUSAND FEET HOLDING

EAS. NORMAL PATTERN AND LANDING WERE ACCOMPLISHED WITH AIRCRAFT STOPPING ON THE RUNWAY SUCCESSFULLY WITH NO DRAG CHUTE INSTALLED. AS PILOT EXPERIENCE INCREASES ON USE OF BRAKES

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DURING LANDING ROLL, SUCCESSIVELY SHORTER STOPPING DISTANCES CAN BE EXPECTED. TODAY'S LANDING HAS MADENOT HEADWIND. THIS BRINGS TOTAL FLIGHT TIME TOOURS AND EIGHT MINUTES* AIRCRAFT IS GOING INTO RATHER EXTENSIVE WORK AND NOT FOR CAST TO FLY AGAIN BEFORE

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