‘Snap Out of It and Fly’
Early autopilots were basically wing levelers with altitude hold. A navigator provided course guidance. When he wasn’t satisfied with the heading he would tell the pilot something like “Come right to zero eight eight degrees.” “Rog, oh eight eight,” the pilot responded, and he would reach down...
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