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Bruce Williams worked on six versions of Microsoft Flight Simulator during a 15-year career at Microsoft. His experience with the development and design of Microsoft Flight Simulator included consulting with leading aviation organizations and teaching seminars about how to use Microsoft Flight Simulator as a training aid. Bruce grew up in an Air Force family, and he has been a pilot and aviation writer since the early 1970s. He remains an active flight instructor at Galvin Flying Services in Seattle, specializing in technically advanced aircraft, simulator instruction, stall/spin/upset recovery training, and aerobatics. In early 2004, Bruce left Microsoft to devote full time to his consulting company, BruceAir, LLC (www.BruceAir.com), which develops training materials, provides flight training, and offers multimedia presentations on a variety of topics for pilots and flight instructors.
Book that tells how to use MS Flight Simulator X as a ground school training aid ... only useful it the book comes with the CD intact as the test missions are on the CD.Published 16 months ago by Joseph B. Ennis
Terrible book!!!, absolutly it doesnt teach anithing!!! ,, is something that tells nothing in concrete!!!, please do not buy it!!! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rodrigo
Spend a little time with this book, take an online class, and you can get credit from the FAA in their "WINGS" (pilot safety) program. Read morePublished on June 20, 2013 by David B. Horvath
I read it cover to cover when I was learning to fly with the Microsoft Simulators. There might be better books out there but it is worth the money just to have as reference... Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by Bill
I've compared this book to an alternate selection. Personally, I like this man's writing style far, far better than that of the authors of MS FSX for Pilots Real World Training. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by William F. Nappi
Spouse uses this guide on a regular basis and seems to have learned quite a bit from reading it's contents.Published on January 2, 2013 by Aruba Sun