A collection of soaring links all in one place. You may well find others.
I know, Cumulus has a better links page. ;)

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The yellow triangle
The geometry on your European airspeed indicator.

Click here for the files saved from the Standard Cirrus group on Yahoo!.

VFR Airport Operations and Right of Way
§91.112  (g) Landing. Aircraft, while on final approach to land or while landing, have the right-of-way over other aircraft in flight or operating on the surface, except that they shall not take advantage of this rule to force an aircraft off the runway surface which has already landed and is attempting to make way for an aircraft on final approach. When two or more aircraft are approaching an airport for the purpose of landing, the aircraft at the lower altitude has the right-of-way, but it shall not take advantage of this rule to cut in front of another which is on final approach to land or to overtake that aircraft.

§91.3 (a) The pilot in command of an aircraft is directly responsible for, and is the final authority as to, the operation of that aircraft.
(b) In an in-flight emergency requiring immediate action, the pilot in command may deviate from any rule of this part to the extent required to meet that emergency.
(c) Each pilot in command who deviates from a rule under paragraph (b) of this section shall, upon the request of the Administrator, send a written report of that deviation to the Administrator.
aim airport marking ops w/o twr ac90-66 ac
Who Logs PIC Time?
An FAA letter 
AOPA - generally AOPA - IFR safey pilot a flight school logs time ..
Download an FAA letter in .pdf
flight planning
⇐ my planning page NWS- flight Dr.Jack TWC
NWS Digital Help for the -----------> Flight Path Tool NWS- non-avn
FAA Flt Plng GOES Skew-T Mike's Weather Page  
Dr Dan Johnson's medical columns that appeared in Soaring.
Explaining medical issues of which we should be aware and for which we should plan.
Find his article on Dehydration, in Soaring, July 2020 on the SSA website
FAR Part 101
Model Aircraft (RC)
AC 91-57
Model Aircraft Operating Standards
FAA Drone Zone
drone Registration
of Part 107
U.S. code for
recreational operations
FAA Resources
FARs page §91 Flight §61 Airman Cert. §67 Medical Cert.
?21 Aircraft type cert   Glider Handbook Errata Glider HB
PHAK AC Aerodynamics AC - Decision Making Risk Management
EASA Type Cert. HB W&B Flight Review ATC + AIM + ...
Advisory Circulars Stu. Pilot. HB PVT Pilot w/o med.cert. AIM
Aerodynamics (Navy) glider certification NO DRONE PLACES
NextGen ATC +  ADS-B + etc
Instr. Pilot HB Sample Lesson Plans
Testing Pages PTS PVT Glider PTS CFI PTS Commercial
CFI Add-on matrix AC 61-65 P & CFI SCOH Lesson Plans

under construction, especially past this point
TSA requirements
Webmaster's Avn Links
  Soaring Safety Ala.Aviator - page inop GA Aviation - not found
S. Eagles SSA AirNav(airports) SkyVectorCharts  
GTA Racing Rose City Soaring Club  
Skids and Slips - vive la difference
GliderBooks.com SSA Store
Bob Wander
Knauf & Grove
Bermuda High
Wings & Wheels
 Sporty's Pilot Shop
Soaring Cafe
Cumulus Soaring
TopFly - wave in Patagonia Naviter - SeeYou - Oudie
  Condor soaring sim page

Silent Wings Simulator
  Condor files July '10 issue
Glider Study Page
AC Glider Certification FAA Training page CFIG PTS Commercial Pilot PTS
Private Pilot PTS Designee Search Comm. Knowledge Test Guide CFI (all) knowledge test guide
FAA Sample Test Questions   Glider Flying Handbook Avn Instructor Handbook
Handbook Aero. Knowledge   FAR Part 91 - Flight Rules Glider Pilot Network
Title 14 CFR (all FARs) certification & privileges Medical Certificates GliderBooks.com  Russell Holtz
SCOH Learn STL study page    
Airflow in stall - spin      

Disclaimer: Reference to items on this page will not substitute for adequate pre-flight planning.
Civilian pilots call 1-800-WX-BRIEF for current forecasts, conditions, NOTAMS, and TFR.
Military pilots consult your local flight planning facility and USAF Weather Squadron.
Look out for Number One !!  (nobody else will...)

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Try not. Do or do not, there is no try.
-- Yoda

Flying is a hard way to earn an easy living.

As a pilot only two bad things can happen to you and one of them will:
a. One day you will walk out to the aircraft knowing that it is your last flight.
       b. One day you will walk out to the aircraft not knowing that it is your last flight.

There are Rules and there are Laws.
The Rules are made by men who think that they know better how to fly your airplane than you.
Laws (of Physics) were ordained by nature.
You can, and sometimes should, suspend the Rules but you can never suspend the Laws.