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Old 01-05-2004, 00:18   #18
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Originally posted by CDM
Agreed. I think it is good to start off uncontrolled so you can have more frequent landings and pay close attention to the mechanics and controls of landing the plane. You can also practice your radio work without fear of screwing it up in an actual pattern. After you are comfortable with landing and the traffic pattern, you can "graduate" to a controlled setting and incorporate the radio work and higher amount of air traffic.
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