Bruce began his infatuation with Flight Simulator while taking flying lessons and dabbled in the game after Microsoft released Flight Simulator 95. Becoming a serious flight simmer with the next Microsoft release of Flight Simulator 98 that added many features and a more realistic feeling. Bruce had to give up his enthusiasm of being a real pilot after being diagnosed with a disabling disease. It was at this time that he decided to dedicate more time to assisting other new and experienced flight simmers on how to enjoy Microsoft(R) Flight Simulator by modifying AFCADs, creating Flight Plans, and designing repaints of various aircraft. Bruce never forgot how difficult it was when he first began playing Flight Simulator in trying to fly the larger planes and also the lack of instructions. The idea of flight simulator was to have the simmer enjoy flying around the world and to get the sense and appreciation of what real commercial pilots do on a daily basis.With this in mind, Bruce, wrote The Complete Visual Tutorial To Flying The Boeing 737 to assist the new and experienced simmer in learning how to fly like a real pilot and to begin their flight with taxiing from the gate to the assigned runway, to take-off, to landing and to taxing back to the stand all the time communicating directly with the Air Traffic Controller. Bruce is also a consultant and Coordinator of Safety at a local hospital in Connecticut.