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TopSkills Using GPS for Instrument Approaches Sample Video

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Here's a sample of my instructional flight-sim video: Using GPS for Instrument Approaches. Available for purchase on SimShack.net.

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Hello. I'm Bill Stack, author of videos, books, and articles about home flight simulation. My instructional self-learning video, Using GPS for Instrument Approaches, will show you how to select, load, activate, and follow official instrument approach procedures in your Garmin GPS unit in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Your simulated flights will be very realistic when you use GPS for instrument approaches. You will learn the many benefits of using GPS for instrument approaches. You will learn hot to use GPS to begin each instrument approach and how to pick an instrument approach procedure for your destination airport from the GPS selection, how to select your transition point into your chosen instrument approach procedure.

You will learn how to load or activate your chosen instrument approach procedure, how to see key points in your chosen instrument approach procedure, how to see your chosen instrument approach procedure in the GPS map, and how to activate your chosen instrument approach procedure. You will see how to enable your GPS unit to follow your chosen instrument approach procedure automatically if you desire, how to use vectors to final if you desire, how to use your GPS unit to execute a missed approach procedure if necessary, and much, much more.

Your instructional video is deliberately designed and carefully constructed for self-learning. You will be guided through all steps for using GPS for your instrument approach procedures. The video has distinct displays for each topic for clarity. All narrations are scripted and clearly spoken, so your time will not be wasted. You can use the video at your own pace by pausing, rewinding, and fast-forwarding as needed.

My instructional videos are easy to use. They are easy to download. They are playable on major video players such as Windows Media Player, Quick Time, RealPlayer, and Win Amp. This video, Using GPS for Instrument Approaches, is 18 minutes long. Using GPS for Instrument Approaches is and advanced topic. To maximize your benefit, you should already know how to use your GPS unit and how to simulate instrument flight. I know that you will enjoy your self-learning video, and you will be glad you have it, because I invest a lot of time and effort toward making quality products that are useful to people. That is why I can guarantee your satisfaction.

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