From the runway to the airway and beyond.


E d Link had an early fascination with flying, yet the expensive costs of plane rentals and fuel to practice his piloting skills were beyond his modest salary as a tuner of pianos and organs. So in 1928, using organ parts, bellows, and compressed air, he finished construction of a mechanical device he called the ‘‘pilot maker’’ (see http://… (More)


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@article{Henriksen2004FromTR, title={From the runway to the airway and beyond.}, author={Kim S. Henriksen and Fraser John Moss}, journal={Quality & safety in health care}, year={2004}, volume={13 Suppl 1}, pages={i1} }