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because they were small. I knew enough about the instruments and I thought I could do this. That was before I took my private training or had much simulator fl ying. I fl ew into a small cloud and then thought, it doesn’t feel right, I am tilted or something and came out of the cloud at an angle. So next time I followed the instruments and corrected. I had to fi ght my body instincts but said, “self, follow the instruments.” I did and then came out of the cloud with only a small bank angle. After that I went around the clouds. I would have wakened the pilot if it had gotten really scary but it turned out to be a good lesson for me. Soon I saw the landmark and he then landed on a lake. Suddenly, out of the bush came wild men who grabbed all


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the supplies and ran off in diff erent directions. They turned out to be prospectors and loners who did not enjoy people. One scene sticks in my mind. A prospector was chewing into leaf lettuce as he headed back out onto the barren grounds. One thing that made some fl ights


interesting was losing 400 cycle AC electrical power to the instruments. The reverse current circuit breaker in the overhead panel would pop and we would lose the 400 cycle. Then it was my job to reset the breaker using a large screw driver and we would fl y on. The manufacturer sent out a tech rep who went back home without identifying the corrective action. Later I found that the small standby nickel-cadmium battery was not being serviced. It was not even


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on the maintenance plan. I felt proud because I discovered the basis of the problem after he left. Being able to do turnarounds on a large passenger aircraft was one of my prouder moments as a young technician, as I felt that people had confi dence in me. On one turnaround in cold Winnipeg, Manitoba, I departed an aircraft and then left for a drink and some sleep. A short time later I was called back to the airport as the aircraft was returning due to a bird strike. A duck, it turned out, had been ingested into the No. 1 engine. Now this was before cell phones so getting hold of someone was not as simple as today. It would involve company dispatch placing a telephone call to my hotel and then having someone locate me


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