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Acknowledgments









               The Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge was produced by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with the
               assistance of Safety Research Corporation of America. The FAA wishes to acknowledge the following contributors:


                  Mrs. Nancy A. Wright for providing imagery of a de Haviland DH-4 inaugural air mail flight (Chapter 1)
                  The Raab Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for images of the first pilot license (Chapter 1)
                  Sandy Kenyon and Rod Magner (magicair.com) for photo of 1929 TravelAir 4000 (Chapter 1)

                  Dr. Pat Veillette for information used on decision-making (Chapter 2)
                  Adventure Seaplanes for photos of a ski and float training plane (Chapter 3)
                  Jack Davis, Stearman Restorers Asociation, for photo of a 1941 PT-17 Army Air Corps trainer (Chapter 3)
                  Michael J. Hoke, Abaris Training Resources, Inc., for images and information about composite aircraft (Chapter 3)
                  Colin Cutler, Boldmethod, for images and content on the topic of ground effect (Chapter 5)
                  Mark R. Korin, Alpha Systems, for images of AOA disaplys (Chapter 5)
                  M. van Leeuwen (www.zap16.com) for image of Piaggio P-180 (Chapter 6)

                  Greg Richter, Blue Mountain Avionics, for autopilot information and imagery (Chapter 6)
                  Mountain High E&S Company for various images provided regarding oxygen systems (Chapter 7)
                  Jeff Callahan, Aerox, for image of MSK-AS Silicone Mask without Microphone (Chapter 7)
                  Nonin Medical, Inc. for image of Onyx pulse oximeter (Chapter 7)
                  Pilotfriend.com for photo of a TKS Weeping Wing (Chapter 7)
                  Chelton Flight Systems for image of FlightLogic (Chapter 8)
                  Avidyne Corporation for image of the Entegra (Chapter 8)
                  Teledyne Controls for image of an air data computer (Chapter 8)
                  Watson Industries, Inc. (www.watson-gyro.com) for image of Attitude and Heading Reference system (Chapter 8)

                  Engineering Arresting Systems Corporation (www.esco.zodiacaerospace.com) for EMAS imagery and EMASMAX
                  technical digrams (Chapter 14)
                  Caasey Rose and Jose Roggeveen (burningholesinthesky.wordpress.com) for flight checklist image (Chapter 14)
                  Tim Murnahan for images of EMAS at Yeager Airport, Charleston, West Virginia, and EMAS arrested
                  aircraft (Chapter 14)
                  Cessna Aircraft Company, Columbia Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation, Eclipse Aviation Corporation, Garmin Ltd.,
                  The Boeing Company for images provided and used throughout the Handbook.

               Additional appreciation is extended to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the AOPA Air Safety Foundation,
               the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) for
               their technical support and input.

               Disclaimer: Information in Chapter 14 pertaining to Runway Incursion Avoidance was created using FAA orders, documents,
               and Advisory Circulars that were current at the date of publication. Users should not assume that all references are current
               and should check often for reference updates.



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