Actually it is all kind of things, in all kind of situations and all kind of airplanes.
But most remember the good old times when they commanded their first Cessna 150 and the instructor had gotten his training from the White brothers Orville and Wilbur. LOL.
Have a good one.
Well General, let's cut to the chase and bypass the BS.
How many migs did ya get and how many missions north of the Red?
Let me guess, none, you were in Europe.
Now can we talk about URI and cut the crap?
I guess it depends what you want to achieve. As an old F 104 Starfighter driver, it was mainly Power and Speed, today in my Piper and Bonanza it is all about patience. Like my URRE investment.
I am still instructing, but I think I teach it both ways, just to be safe. LOL
hmmmm......your still instructing?
Power controls Altitude and Pitch controls Airspeed, unless your behind the power curve. You should be teaching this to every pre-solo student that you don't want crashing in the pattern or the practice area.
Hit the books, grandpa. lol