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Aero no. 8, in figure 1 on page 13, the pitot tube was incorrectly
shown as being connected to the first officer’s altimeter. In figure
2, the vertical line connected to the captain’s CADC should have
originated from the Ps line, not the Pt line, of the upper left
probe. Also on that page, the bold-type heading “1969” should have
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