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« on: March 17, 2010, 05:08:09 PM »

I have a collection of old Beta tapes bought by the squadron I'm in back in the late 1970's. 
These are the tapes:
 
BCT-311 "SIX FAA FILMS"
Basic Radio for Pilots; Caution - Wake Turbulence; Some Thoughts on Takeoffs and Landings; Takeoffs & Landings; Flying Clubs Aloft.
 
BCT-312 "FIVE GREAT FAA FILMS"
Dusk to-Dawn; Overwater Flying; Mountain Flying; It May Even Save Your Life; Weather to Fly.
 
BCT-313 "SEVEN FAA SAFETY FILMS"
Stalling for Safety; Disorientation; One Eye on the Instruments; Path to Safety; Stall Conditions & Spins; In Celebration of Flight; These Special People.
 
BCT-315 "SPECIAL FAA FILMS"
Some Thoughts on Winter Flying; The Other Passenger (Check Ride for an Airline Jet Pilot)(FAA); Plane Sense; Microwave Landings; and Pilot Decision Making.
 
BCT-316 "FAMOUS SAFETY FILMS"
Density Altitude (FAA); Low Level Wind Shear (FAA); All It Takes Is Once (FAA); Preflight inspection (FAA); Basic Army VHF Omni (Army).
 
BCT-346 "MORE GREAT FLYING"
Wingtip to Canopy (Navy's Blue Angel's) (USN); U. S. Naval Test Pilot School (USN); Search & Rescue Mission Co - Coordinator; Civil Air Patrol (USAF); Basic Turbine Theory; Thunderstorm Formation; Thunderstorm Techniques (USN).
 
BCT-349 "HOW TO FLY THE CESSNA L-19 BIRD-DOG"
"Primary Flight Training in the L-19." A series of seven official films by the U.S. Army. You'll see flight instruction films in: Straight & Level; Climbs; Glides; Turns; Turns & Banks in Circles; Rectangles; S-Turns; Elementary 8s; Steep Turns; Stalls & Spins; Takeoffs and Landings; Crosswind Landings; Ground Loops (in this Taildragger). Also Night Flying; Forced Landings; a clip on Flying Jeeps of World War II. Two more on Bird-Dogs in Vietnam.
 
BCT-358 "RESCUE CAP NAVIGATION"
Always Vigilant (Civil Air Patrol Volunteers) (USAF); Know Your Air Rescue Service (USAF); Wind and the Navigator (USAF); This is Air Force Rescue (USAF); Aerial Navigation - Map Reading (AAF) (With Actor William Holden).
 
BCT-363 "HOW AN AIRPLANE FLIES"
A classic aviation film series showing nostalgic scenes of World War II aircraft and early jets in action. Along with this are valuable basic explanations of lift drag thrust control surfaces and stability. The 5-film series ends with Chuck Yeager flying in X-1A. Also contains a film introducing rotary wings and one on flight instruments.
 
These tapes are beta copies of tapes that are part of a series currently being sold in VHS format at: http://www.skyhawk.org/2h/video.htm
We would like to give these beta-format video tapes to someone who can copy them to DVDs. 
 
Capt Bill Long
email:  wolong@aol.com
Bowie Composite Squadron
Maryland Wing CAP

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