How does the weather create a negative G event in a gyroplane?So far I've never got light in the seat of my pants in a gyro so it's not a problem to keep 1 G or more + G's making less than 1 G and negative G's a nonissue with normal gyroplane pilot control inputs.
Could perhaps occur in severe turbulence with a micro-down draft weather condition.
We are taught that if you find yourself in weather or pilot created negative G condition to enter a vertical descent to speed the blades back up and then slightly lower the nose and gently add power back in to straight and level.
For a time, while my father was stationed at and quartered on base at Eglin AFB in Florida, I attended Eglin Elementary, which was US Gov operated back then.Good point. I guess all the military academies, FBI academy, maybe the service schools, etc. Do the tribal schools still exist on tribal lands? I guess we should be careful when making blanket statements.
Yes. I suspect Bobby was talking about the federal government, as was I. But as you and Tyler rightfully point out, there are numerous federally operated schools. I had literally forgotten about all the schools on DOD installations, all the service academies, etc. Odd, since my children went to school on military installations.Generally, US public schools are indeed government run, it's just not the Federal government.