Yankee Alpha Foxtrot Bravo is an occasional weblog about flying small airplanes in Northern California. It's an extension of my earlier Learning To Fly Diary, and is written in a similar sort of style and spirit. I make postings to it or update it only every now and then (maybe once a week or so).

Yankee Alpha Foxtrot Bravo also includes the Instrument Training Diary, a version of the earlier parts of the blog that focus on my (successful) attempts to get a US instrument rating. The diary rearranges the blog entries into a more readable order; if you're interested in what it takes to get an instrument rating, the diary is probably the better version to read.

Yankee Alpha Foxtrot Bravo was started in April 2004 when I began seriously thinking about finally getting my instrument rating, and when I was also indulging a low-intensity affair with aerobatics. For the background to the aerobatics items here, see my Upside Down Over California article at the AAC website).

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Yankee Alpha Foxtrot Bravo is part of the Ylayali complex.