Dedicated to zero thunderstorm accidents in aviation
Dedicated to zero thunderstorm accidents in aviation

THE ONLY COMPLETE CONVECTIVE STORMS AVOIDANCE AND AIRBORNE WEATHER RADAR TRAINING COURSE AVAILABLE.  THE RESULT OF 35 YEARS OF INTENSE RESEARCH,  INCLUDING MORE THAN 4,000 HOURS OF DEDICATED INFLIGHT RESEARCH CONDUCTED BY ARCHIE TRAMMELL.

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The self-teaching Course Manual is designed for the beginner through senior level pilot.  Included are Archie’s exclusive OBJECTIVE STORM HAZARDS INDEXING TEST and his copyrighted© simple three step method of Tilt management.  Available on a CD,  all text,  (no audio) and broken down into 21 easy Sections,  that includes the following: How Radar Works,  Knobs and Buttons,  Basic Tilt,  Using NAP,  TIP and TUT,  Meaning of Colors,  More About the Beam,  Calibration Control,  Your Cal Control,  THUNDERSTORMS,  HAZARDS Indexing Test,  The Test Part 2-4,  Antenna STAB,  Ground Mapping,  Radar Maintenance,  Inconvenient Truths,  Features/Benefits,  Auxiliary WX Sources,  The Future?

Archie’s Quick Guide is designed for inflight reference and is written for pilots that have read the Course Manual and are highly proficient in the use of airborne radar.

Course Manual $69.00

Quick Guide $29.00

Special Offer: Order both -Manual and Guide for $78.00 -includes shipping in the US

Training Course & Quick Guide
1928-2018
1928-2018

Archie Trammell’s career was recognized when awarded the National Business Aviation Associations highest honor,  the Meritorious Service to Aviation Award,  in 2006 for his lifetime dedication to aviation safety.  He was Senior Editor at Flying Magazine and Editor-In-Chief of Business and Commercial Aviation.  In 1976 he was awarded the distinguished Earl Osborn Award from the Aviation/Space Writers Association for his article titled “Weather Accidents”.  He also served as Executive Director of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s Air Safety Foundation.  Archie's seminars on the proper use of airborne weather radar have been given worldwide to include NASA,  FAA flight personnel,  US Air Force,  Navy,  Army,  Marines,  Coast Guard,  most major airlines and thousands of corporate pilots.  Archie's contribution to aviation safety will continue to benefit pilots for many years.