A&P Training

Thu Oct 25, 2001 4:41 am

In a couple of months I am beginning my A&P training. I was just curious if anyone had any suggestions of reading material that would be useful to get a head start before starting my training.
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RE: A&P Training

Thu Oct 25, 2001 5:23 am

One word, evern over here in Europe:


Although it's aimed at an American audience it has pertinent information no matter which area of the globe you are in. Though one of our lecturers was able to pick holes in the piston engines material and also in the props section.

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RE: A&P Training

Thu Oct 25, 2001 6:40 am

I use the Jeppesen textbooks for my A & P training and my instructors have found tons of discrepancies in all the books...General, Airframe, & Powerplant. The General textbook is by far the worst. But those books still have a wealth of information in them so I'd suggest them anyhow. You can have mine when I am done! LOL. Only 4 more months left till I get my A ticket.....already got the P ticket.

Good Luck
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RE: A&P Training

Thu Oct 25, 2001 7:56 am

What all is required for the A&P?
Chicks dig winglets.

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