Link trainer


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an early form of flight simulator

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The Link Trainer was an American invention used for part of the training of allied pilots in World War II.
During the war and afterwards, the Link Trainer helped prepare more than half a million aircrew members.
One oddity is the Link Trainer, a little wooden box perched on a pivoting stand.
Current projects include restoring a Shackleton nose section and a Link Trainer which was used to train Spitfire pilots in the 1940s and 1950s.
Developed by Edwin Link in the basement of the Link Piano and Organ Company in Binghamton, NY, the Link Trainer used pneumatic bellows to initiate pitch, roll and yaw movements in a dummy aircraft cockpit.
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The original Link Trainer was created in 1929 out of the need for a safe way to teach new pilots how to fly by sole reference to instruments on the aircraft panel.
The Link Trainer was rescued from being merely a curiosity and fairground attraction, and its serious training potential was recognized.
Later adopted by the US Army, the Link Trainer was credited with saving vast sums of money, as well as many lives, throughout its lifetime.
My first wife served three years in the WAVES, the Navy's auxiliary service, as an instructor on the Link Trainer, a mock cockpit.
Perhaps the first and most enduring of all electronic simulators was the venerable Link Trainer, introduced in 1929.
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