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Old 05-23-2008, 11:42 AM   #1
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Old 05-24-2008, 12:42 AM   #2
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Re: Written description Intermediate

Mike,

I thought it was in accordance to being able to fly the sportsman routine way back when you were in the west?
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I thought it was in accordance to being able to fly the sportsman routine way back when you were in the west?

Huh ????????
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Re: Written description Intermediate

Mike, I'll second your "Huh?"

As far as written sequence, it's not recommended to write it out, and with a quick search on FG I haven't found it. Been flying it (Intermediate). Is there a specific question(s) you have? Would gladly try and help.
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As far as written sequence, it's not recommended to write it out,
Why isn't it recommended?
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Re: Written description Intermediate

There are always exceptions, other opinions, but I'd say most feel that it is too easy for the caller to lose their place in the sequence. If a pilot rolls the wrong way on a vertical up or downline, as a simple example, it is much easier for the caller to visualize what has gone wrong and more importantly talk the pilot through what to do to get back into the sequence correctly.

It does not take a long time nor a lot of effort to learn to read aresti ( 1 day). Put the maneuver names on it and write in key roll directions or prompts that are taylored to the individual pilots needs.

It's the old saying "a picture is worth...". The aresti is the picture.

Was there something unclear to you in the aresti?
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Re: Written description Intermediate

I know how to read Arresti just wondering if someone out there had written it out already.
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Re: Written description Intermediate

Hi Mike,

Here's a link to written descriptions:

http://www.peneloperc.com/index.php?...=148&Itemid=56.

It could always be useful, for example if you wish to have a non-IMAC flier call for you during a practice session... but do try them with a stick plane before just to make sure everything is a-ok

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Hi Mike,
I remember meeting you few years ago in Montmagny contest in Quebec. I have not seeing you since. Are you still competing in scale aerobatics?
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Thanks Isabel.

Ray: I took last year off as the sailing bug bit me. I have started flying again and have been helping a bunch of guys get IMAC going here in the Maritimes. I don't plan on doing any contests.
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