Attitude Instrument Flying: There are only three things that one may control
when flying an airplane: (1) Pitch Attitude, (2) Bank Attitude, and (3) Power.
An airplane flies the same way whether day or night, over land or sea, or in VFR
or IFR Flight conditions. The only thing that changes is where and how one obtains
the information necessary to determine pitch attitude, bank attitude, and power needs.
One does not "fly the instruments" when under IFR flight conditions. He uses the
instruments to determine the pitch and bank attitudes of the plane and it's power
needs! This book starts with primary training as to how to use the instruments
to determine those needs and ends with doing loops, Immelman Turns and Barrel
Rolls under the hood on partial panel! It does not get into the use of radio and
navigation aids under IFR conditions.