Aeromorphosis was written for pilots, aspiring pilots, and aviation enthusiasts. The stories bring the second fifty years of American aviation into historical perspective through the eyes of Don Smith, a Master Pilot and sixty-year veteran of nearly all aspects of flying. Military fighters, commercial aviation, business jets, helicopters, seaplanes, gliders, flight instruction, all have changed dramatically as recorded in this memoir. An outspoken supporter of enlightened human factors in aviation, Smith chronicles the dramatic changes in the ways that humans interact with their aircraft. Superb storytelling documents the author's progress from student pilot to fighter pilot to airline captain. Good luck, a sense of humor, and narrow escapes provide for a page-turning adventure. ?