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A Seasonal Goggle search

Old 24th Dec 2013, 14:24
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A Seasonal Goggle search

Searching "Pilot's and Flight Engineer's Notes Sleigh I & II" should bring up the relevant replica document, downloadable as a free PDF. Includes Descriptive, difference between Santa Sleigh Mk I and II as well as emergency procedures and an engine cutaway.

Hope you enjoy it as much I did. Merry Christmas, one and all!
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Old 24th Dec 2013, 22:13
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Merry Christmas, indeed (it's already approaching lunchtime here near the dateline).

Does anyone know about the history of this priceless document? The outer parts are a very good representation of British Official, c. 1940s, but it has also been perhaps expanded by a non-native speaker ("barb" for "beard", "one time" for "once", more than one time). Does this show that the original manual was revised for use by a multi-national sleighforce?

Be festive.
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Old 25th Dec 2013, 13:51
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I'm the author ... source is the PN for the Lincoln, some content from Dakota PN, and other parts from myself, native french speaker with English as third language. If someone can correct misspelling and other mistakes, please PM me...I will upload a revision

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Old 25th Dec 2013, 21:37
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There are now two versions (at least) on the interwebs, one at the avialogs site (which is, I assume, yours), and another on scribd, which is the first version I found on the googs search.

EDIT: Sorry, my mistake, they are the same.

If you PM me your email, and tell me which you'd like looked at, I'll send you an annotated PDF. It's what I do.

Best wishes

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