World renowned aviator Robert N. Buck wrote Weather Flying with decades of flying experience under his belt. At one point in his career he was the Chief Pilot for TWA until he demoted himself to captain so he could start flying again. He set a speed record for a cross-country flight at the age of sixteen and won an Air Medal as a civilian for flying a B17G, chasing bad weather systems during a four year Air Force program.
Weather Flying is regarded by many throughout the industry as the bible for flying in all types of weather.
“One of the most worthwhile pieces of reading matter a pilot could own.’‘–AOPA Pilot.