Sharing the process of learning to land this airplane is an honour!

This is a rare case of publishing content in near real time. 

I used the editing process as a legit debrief of my first lesson, to prepare for my second.  

As of today I am only 2 flights ahead of what you see here, and looking to get signed off to solo the T6 / Harvard with in a few weeks!  

As for this first lesson, I am not ashamed to admit I was scared before landing the T6.

I was actually physically shaking – It was a combination of nervousness, excitement and legit fear.


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