Flight Emergency: Take the Left Seat in Eight Role-Playing Emergency Scenarios
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Flight Emergency: Take the Left Seat in Eight Role-Playing Emergency Scenarios

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What if you could fly realistic emergency scenarios yourself, make critical decisions and face the consequences, all while safely on the ground? With the innovative new book Flight Emergency by Reya Kempley, one is able to do just that. In eight unique and entertaining scenarios, the reader takes the role of pilot-in-command. In the face of pressures from challenging weath...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Starflight Press
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Article first published as Book Review: Flight Emergency by Reya Kempley on Blogcritics.

Piloting and flying aircraft is not just about vacation, but also a hobby and travel source for many individuals. Small craft are independently owned and used throughout the US and other countries. Along with flight there are also risks, dangers that can turn flight into a nightmare.

Flight Emergency by Reya Kempley, is an interesting role-playing game written for both students and certified pilots. Set to dif...more
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Enjoyed the way this book was written! Very neat how you get to make your own decisions in the story. Cool!
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A private pilot, Reya Kempley sought a way to learn about in-flight emergencies that better simulated the realities of decision making that all pilots face. She learned to fly with her brother after earning a bachelor's degree in Chemistry with a minor in Art from the University of Nevada, Reno, and discovered a new passion in aviation. She currently runs a business with her family and enjoys flyi...more
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