Tailwheeler's Journal Newsletter
helmet-goggles October 4,  2019

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The Last Two Weeks at Tailwheel Town
In case you missed it, Airshow Pilot is out! The first printed copies arrived in the mail over the weekend and we're pretty excited for you to have a look. 

Airshow Pilot is a story I've enjoyed sharing piecemeal over the years. And now one I hope you'll enjoy reading as much as I enjoyed reliving in its writing.  

Thank you to everyone who has made it possible.

Order _Airshow Pilot_ on Amazon

Head on over to the Tailwheeler's Mercantile to order a copy of the printed book. A Kindle, ebook version is available via Amazon, too.

A New Article on the Tailwheeler's Journal  
In spite of the none too flattering things I've been known to say about the Acme flying school and its grads, Please Don't Feel Bad. Students don't often have a lot of choice when selecting instructors and, so long as you have an interest in putting your newly-found "license to learn" to good use, there's still hope, in my book. 

The Tailwheel Town PA-12 getting ready to takeoff 
(Photo credit Walt Lasecki)
The Older Article

A good friend, Gayle Crowder, wrote a review of Frederic Arnold's
Doorknob Five Two for The Tailwheeler's Journal. The book offers an incredible - loosely autobiographical - tale of survival from a WWII fighter pilot. If you're not familiar, we'd highly recommend picking up a copy. 

A P-38 similar to that flown by Frederic Arnold.

The Tailwheeler's Journal is proud to team with Oregon Aero in our quest to promote safer pilots through  development of greater flying skill. Remember, every pilot who completes a course at Tailwheel Town will receive a complimentary Gift Certificate from Oregon Aero.

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