Milo Garrett Burcham instructs a pilot flying a P-38 Lightning aircraft operating on a single engine in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
A film about single engine operations of a United States Army Air Force Lockheed P-38 Lightning aircraft in the United States. Milo Garrett Burcham talks to a pilot from a control tower. The nose wheel of the aircraft. The pilot operates the drop tank switch and the selector switch. He applies the toe brakes. The aircraft taxis. The aircraft in flight. The pilot communicates with men in the control tower. The pilot operates the tank selector switch and the booster switch is put on. The governor control is operated. The right engine of the aircraft stops. The pilot spins the rudder tap. He operates various switches. He operates the feathering switch and the manual propeller switch. The governor control is operated to reduce the speed. The aircraft approaches for a landing. The landing gear of the aircraft is lowered. The flaps are positioned. The aircraft lands. Milo Garrett Burcham watches as the aircraft lands. The aircraft in flight.
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