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Eric Henderson. Aerobatics Column, Model Aviation
I wanted to let you know that your manuals are fantastic! I've flown three times since I received the books and have improved every time. Excellent advice, clear - concise information, great illustrations, all presented in an easy to reference, easy to understand manual. A home run! Thanks for your work preparing these excellent learning tools. I'll spread the word to fellow flyers in my corner of the world.
Steve Chaffee. Trabuco Flyers, CA
You've done it again! The new book is brilliant! There's nothing else like it available in the sport. This book would be a tremendous help to several flyers I know. It's been a great help to me.
Capt. Woodie Woods. Algonquin, IL
Your books are excellent. The illustrations are great and the way you have broken down the lessons logically makes the information easy to apply in the air. Anyone who wants to learn to fly the right way needs to read your books.
Mark Trent. XFC Extreme 3D Aerobatic Champion
I have already read about half of the book already and I must say that I can't wait for good weather so I can start working on the techniques in the book. I think that it's going to really help my flying. Thank you again.
Ken Isaac. Lawton, OK
The books are amaaaazing ... Obviously a lot of hard work has gone into conceiving them ... Thanks a lot.
Ankur Aggarwal. New Delhi, India
I own the Basic and Advanced Aerobatic books and I love your work. Love every line.
I hope to be able to attend one of your flying workshops...
Dave Scott takes his full scale knowledge, combines it with his RC skills, and writes a masterpiece. All the
Pride Grimm. High Point, NC
Your D.A.S. system training manual and study guide is like getting a refresher course any time I desire.
Seth Arnold. New Holland, OH
The books are brilliant. I wish I had them to start off with 6 months ago as I would have understood with more clarity what I was doing wrong. The books make things very simple to understand and progress at a very steady rate.
Stephen Colclough. Queensland, Australia
Dave believes there are two basic types of flyers. Most club flyers are "Reactors" who watch what the airplane is doing and react to deviations. By definition, they are slightly behind the airplane. For a "Reactor", improvement takes lots of practice and fuel for incremental improvements. I had been flying like this. On the other hand, "Controllers" anticipate the appropriate corrections to prevent the deviation before it occurs. They are thinking ahead of the airplane. An important part of being a "Controller" is identifying which corrections need to be made ahead of time. This is the heart of the DAS (David A. Scott) system in his manuals, and used at the flight school. Read Ken's Full Report
Ken Weddell. Fremont, MI
I can't tell you how much your advanced manual has helped me. Some of the experienced guys have asked me how I got hold of the maneuvers so quickly. I showed them your book and my post-it notes on the pages. It showed them that I have been following it even on the field.
Omer Siddiqui. Saudi Arabia
The 1st U.S. R/C Flight School manuals are a great way to gain knowledge. Armed with these manuals, your flight experience will be more rewarding.
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I received the three books on flight instruction and aerobatics and thought them to be the best I’ve read in the hobby! I’m looking forward to getting aerobatics instruction from you this year.
Dave Byrne. Tempe, AZ
WOW!!!! You have absolutely taken RC instruction to the top!!! Your manuals are more professional than the full scale ground school guides I have seen.
Brian Bychowski. DU-BRO Products
I enjoyed reviewing the book for the magazine and learned a number of new things myself.
Bob Hunt. Editor, Model Airplane News
It is obvious to me that you are a student of piloting and have mastered many technical aspects. I'm going to recommend your book to my members.
Rich Fletcher. IMAC Coach & Former Nats Expert Pattern Champion
I think you have excellent manuals. I read through a couple of the online versions, and I found them to be extremely well written and informative. I've learned several new ways to look at some aerobatic maneuvers the next time I go to the field. That's the mark of an excellent article, in my opinion.
Your system of balance, wing incidence, trimming, engine thrust angles, explanations of slip stream, P-factor, when and why and how much to wind correct, elevator bump to roll, the snap, are all right on the mark. Many of the best pilots I know, don't understand the flight principles that you outline. Your work is becoming the National Standard to resolve airfield arguments. I honestly recommend you manuals to all that fly R.C.. Read Grant's Full Report
Just as in full size flying - proper instruction (making the airplane do what the PILOT wants it to do as opposed to accepting whatever the plane wants to do and sorta guiding it around) is the only way to learn consistency. Your program indicates an understanding of proper instruction - 99% of articles on flight training that I read in trade pubs is utter garbage. I find your program truly worthwhile and would recommend it to aspiring modelers.
Phil Sibille. Nats, Top Gun, & Masters Champion
I have a very positive impression of your school, through my experience judging some of your students in contests. Your student Todd Siegel's performance is well above average for his experience. Much of that is the training he received from you. I've also reviewed the manuals from your school and was very pleased with the content.
Ron Lockhart. AMA Aerobatics Director & 2005 Advanced Nats Champion.
The Precision and Advanced Aerobatic Manuals are the best things written on the subject that I have ever seen.
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