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Snow_Wolf_
01-28-2004, 08:37 PM
Find this off the net could been a Ta-152 manual but it in german so i don't know what it saying
here is the link for it (file is in PDF need adobe reader 6.0)

http://aa.1asphost.com/seafury/manuals/Ta152H_Manual.pdf

Snow_Wolf_
01-28-2004, 08:37 PM
Find this off the net could been a Ta-152 manual but it in german so i don't know what it saying
here is the link for it (file is in PDF need adobe reader 6.0)

http://aa.1asphost.com/seafury/manuals/Ta152H_Manual.pdf

michapma
01-29-2004, 08:39 AM
It is indeed--Bedienungskarte für den Flugzeugführer on the first page means pilot's operating manual. Although with poor resolution, it is legible. Notice it's dated January 20, 1945. It's been relayed by Eric Brown, an RAF test pilot who wrote a detailed book on Luftwaffe aircraft. Ironically, I bought it in German. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

It describes the aircraft and its armaments, as well as a lot of data relevant to its operation. Roughly translated, the sections are: I. General notes II. Pre-flight procedures III. Starting the engine IV. Taxiing (? fishtailing) V. Underway to takeoff position VI. Takeoff VII. Climb VIII. Cruise IX. High-altitude flight X. Diving XI. Gliding XII. Landing XIII. Stopping XIV. Emergency procedures (special flight operations) XV.

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