Adventures of an Idaho Mountain Pilot

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Back country pilot Harold Dougal shares true tales gleaned from decades flying in a region known for rough terrain, dangerous weather, interesting residents, and a few airstrips that can only be successfully approached one way. Illustrated with photos and line drawings. More

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About Harold Dougal

Harold Dougal's first flight was in a Tri-Motor Stinson in 1937. He went on to fly almost anything he could get his hands on, in an aviation career that spanned decades. He was chief pilot for Bradley Mining Company, general manager for Boise Air Service, chief pilot for Mackay Bar Corporation, and chief pilot for S.P. Aircraft. He also helped build two ranches in the Idaho wilderness. He is a veteran of World War II, having served in the United States Navy. He took his pilot training using the G.I Bill. He logged more than 20,000 hours flying time by 1989, when he retired from commercial flying. After that, he continued to teach students and give flight reviews.

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Virgil Stucker reviewed on on Feb. 26, 2016

Harold Dougal taught me to fly almost 50 years ago.
I love to tell the story of just after I got my license I stopped at a crop-dusting business and asked about getting a job flying with them and they proceeded to make me feel about 2" high because he said that the way new pilots were being taught he would rather teach someone with no flying experience at all. After sometime I just happened to mention that Harold taught me to fly. He just stopped and said "OH, then you would be just fine; you know how to fly." (Or something to that effect.) This book is filled with many stories about flying in the Idaho mountains that are spellbinding!
Virgil
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)

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