HMR said:Kneeboards had their heyday in the early to mid 1970's. I still see them occasionally at Rincon. They're easily identified by their design: typically 4'-5' in length, wide swallowtail with two fins placed further forward than on a traditional "standup" surfboard.
BS. Many people have done this, and many have gotten hired. Fly the sim they way you're used to flying, if that means using a kneeboard, then use a kneeboard.100LL... Again! said:Don't ever show up for a 121 sim eval with a kneeboard. I'm not kidding. This has actually happened.
I just memorize everything - with regard to civilian flying anyway, kneeboards are for students.