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U.S. Travellers Humurous Guide to Pilot talk J.T. Snarkmeister

U.S. Travellers Humurous Guide to Pilot talk

J.T. Snarkmeister

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You will laugh as you Learn Aviation Speak!! The Clueless International Language of Pilots Worldwide!American Traveler’s chance to rebuild this outdated language in order to keep the skies safe for the next generation!!The Aviation alphabet wasMoreYou will laugh as you Learn Aviation Speak!! The Clueless International Language of Pilots Worldwide!American Traveler’s chance to rebuild this outdated language in order to keep the skies safe for the next generation!!The Aviation alphabet was created (and I use that term loosely) in the 1950s because everyone across the globe had their own lingo and everyone needed to get on the same page if planes were going to take off in one part of the world and land in another.But today it is old and outdated and doesn’t reflect the times in which we live. It is now incumbent on the American traveler to update this aviation phonetic alphabet to keep our skies safe going into the future and update it with the modern times. Why Americans you ask? Founding aviation fathers chose English as their official language! And we are the most populous English speaking country on the planet. Clearly the responsibility falls to us! Why the American traveler? The mindset has not changed in aviation in 60 plus years, in fact it may even be more closed minded and boring. If they were to do it all again it might actually come out worse. Plus it’s obvy they never asked us in the first place, so we gotta set the record straight and get it right the second time. Because as you will learn they really screwed it up the first time!Keep reading and you will learn the original aviation alphabet as well and of how they got it all wrong! Luckily we can take the opportunity to get it right today. Please take a little time to review the suggested changes I submit on all Americans behalf. I only suggest what is clear and in plain view in front of us. I’m sure any of us would have done the same if they were to happen upon the inner language of aviation like I did.