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In Memoriam (1933 - 2018)

Richard L. Taylor, award-winning author of many articles and 14 aviation books, wrote from a background of continuous pilot activity since 1955, when he entered USAF pilot training. He retired from the Air Force Reserve as a major in 1979, having earned Command Pilot status.

Taylor was, for 22 years, a member of the aviation faculty at the Ohio State University (retired as associate professor emeritus), where he was director of flight operations and training and taught at all levels of the flight curriculum. He was the founder and editor of The Pilot's Audio Update, a monthly audio CD service published continuously since 1978.

In his lifetime, Taylor accumulated nearly 13,000 hours of pilot time in a wide variety of aircraft including gliders, helicopters, amphibians, turboprops, jets, and most general aviation light airplanes.

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