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Air Cops: A Personal History of Air Traffic Control

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Written by a retired air traffic controller, "Air Cops: A Personal History of Air Traffic Control" takes a closer look at this adrenaline pumping occupation. Author Billy D. Robbins draws on his experience in this profession to describe navigation systems, past and present. Robbins started his training as a military control tower operator in the U.S. Air Force in 1950. His ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published November 2nd 2006 by iUniverse
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Gary Ross-Jordan
Mar 09, 2015 rated it liked it
As an air traffic controller myself some of the history in this book was extremely interesting certainly and the tales told are far from uninteresting. However, the style of delivery was not the most engaging and I felt those unacquainted with ATC matters may have struggled with some of the descriptions. Worthwhile but quite formal.
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