Webinar-Stick and Rudder Exercises to Improve Your Flying
Jim Taylor discusses some exercises that the average pilot can do to improve flying skills, how practicing coordinated & uncoordinated flight can make you a better pilot. Dutch rolls, skidded flat turns, etc, when practiced, will improve your flying.
For "stick and rudder"
2007 National Association of Flight Instructors Hall of Fame - noted author of the book, Stick and Rudder and influential articles in Harper's Magazine and Reader's Digest during the late 1940s and 1950s. (Posthumous induction)
17 Flight 08: Landings
Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — Flying an hour of traffic patterns and landings is a mental workout.
08 First Flight
Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — My first flight lesson in a Remos G3-600. It is extremely responsive and just jumped off the runway!
Webinar- Flying the Tailwheel Airplane: Key Points for Becoming a Great Stick and Rudder Pilot
Master CFI and experienced tailwheel instructor Jim Alsip, suggests that weak stick and rudder pilot skills and/or bad habits inhibit a pilot’s ability to become a proficient tailwheel pilot. Presentation is applicable to all pilots and airplanes.