It's like you're playing flight sims with prettier graphics and less interactivity.
Nah, it's quite simple if you're skipping the "mandatory" tests. Just turn on the electrical systems and fuel pump, set engine feed to norm, then hit the jet starter and move the throttle to the idle position.
Something bothering you friend? Would you like to talk about it? Is mom not buying you the new toy all your buddy's are playing with?
Glass cockpits are way comfier. Almost looks like something you could handle.
Everything about that plane, totally arouses me.
Vision requirements are 20/40 correctable to 20/20.
LASIK and PRK are approved corrective surgeries for the navy and air force, and waivers are fairly easy to come by for those surgeries.
My old foreman has a nephew thats a pilot for the navy, you have to be a goddamn genius to get into those programs. Plus its alot of classroom. I mean a metric fuck ton of classroom before you even get inside a plane
>tfw i will never know the answer to this question