Crosseyed and Confused

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Tentoes, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Tentoes

    Tentoes Well-Known Member

    Just finished the FAA part 107 study PDF. Wonder if I learned something. I got rather lost in all the acronyms in the ADM section. Let's see, you PAVE your RISK so you ADM your …

    Might need some special high intensity training (S. H. I. T) here.

    I'll read it over a couple more times, then, when I have some money available, I'll take the test.
     
  2. wafflejock

    wafflejock Active Member

    Pretty decent seeming cram video here for pre-test prep Haven't done the part 107 yet I actually still need to do my regular HAM certification too (I made an alexa app to help me study but they updated the questions this June I think so I need to update my program and study up again and go get that out of the way).
     
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  3. Tentoes

    Tentoes Well-Known Member

    Pretty helpful. Except humidity reduces air density making your propellers less efficient.

    Once the current upheaval settles a bit, I'll schedule the exam.
     
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  4. LoneRCRanger

    LoneRCRanger Well-Known Member

    What's interesting is that you have to qualify as a pilot that stands on the ground in one spot. With all the training for this Part 107 Certification, you should be able to fly a small plane as well. The government always makes mountains out of mole hills!
     
  5. Tentoes

    Tentoes Well-Known Member

    Having taken the classes twice in ancient history, there is a LOT more to know. Weight & Balance, Navigation, Fuels, Engines, Lots more weather...

    Something dreadful always happened to derail my plans to get a pilot's license before getting to flying.
     
  6. LoneRCRanger

    LoneRCRanger Well-Known Member

    I can understand. Back in the day when I was a young guy, I took Ground School in High School. I never got to put my body inside a plane, let alone fly it. Of course, back then, it ws open cockpit and double wings (not).
     
  7. Tentoes

    Tentoes Well-Known Member

    Same here, except I started again in the 90's. Business was going well and I thought I could...

    Business no longer went well.
     

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