We added General Aircraft manuals to all AirCorps Library plans. These manuals cover a variety of topics such as structural repair, materials, and maintenance. This particular category of manuals will grow considerably and will benefit all users of AirCorps Library. Thanks to Doug Rozendaal for the Aircraft Engineering for Pilots which he uses when teaching and instructing new warbird pilots.
Thanks to excellent feedback we made changes such as the functionality of the back button which now, when clicked, remembers your original position in the search results. We are working on the print feature, and being able to search for manuals and documents within the program. Please keep providing your recommendations!
Not every drawing has a description, but you can add them quickly by simply clicking the edit button in the viewer and then entering the description in the popup.
We aren’t perfect, if you see a mistake or if something doesn’t seem right, click the button and describe the error. It won’t take more than 30 seconds.
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