Phoenix Wright: Ace Fighter Pilot - 7Chapter 7:General Quarters “How do like being a pilot?” NCIS Special Agent Bobby Fullbright said and he smiled at Phoenix in a way that made Phoenix cringe in his seat. “I like it,” Phoenix said. “I bet it’s ruined this for you,” Fullbright said and he laughed at his comment. Phoenix sat back in his seat and stared out of the window. He didn’t mind passenger planes. It’s not like he could sign out an F-18 and fly it home. Passenger planes were a necessary evil. “What’s going to happen to me?” Phoenix
Phoenix Wright: Ace Fighter Pilot - 4Chapter 4:Foreign Object Debris “He’s at the Naval Hospital as Portsmouth,” Larry told her and he couldn’t mask the concern in his eyes. “He had an accident on his last flight,” Petey added. “Is it fatal?” Dahlia asked innocently, though she couldn’t help thinking that Phoenix’s death might be more convenient than trying to find him. “It can be,” Larry frowned, “But I think he’s going to pull through—he would’ve died by now if he was going to. Dahlia’s eyes narrowed as she sized up this L
Phoenix Wright: Ace Fighter Pilot - 3Chapter 3:Negative G’s The first plane I ever flew was called the DA20 Falcon while I was at IFS training out near Pensacola. I thought the plane was kind of funny looking. But we have to start somewhere. I remember feeling very unimpressed with this funny little plane. For some reason, I thought we’d get a sexier plane right away. All of my doubts about flying a funny little plane like that died once we got airborne. I guess flying that plane is the equivalent of getting on your first bicycle with training wheels. It’s enough to be able to move it on your own.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Fighter Pilot - 1Chapter 1:Let the Journey Begin “Nick, it’s me.” “Oh what the heck! How on earth did you get this number?!” “I asked around and called some of the numbers I found on the internet.” “Well, great! What do you want?” “Nothing. I don’t want anything. I just wanted to see if you were doing well.” “I’m great.” “Good.”<i>
Phoenix Wright: Ace Fighter Pilot - 6Chapter 6:Remove Before Flight They walked side by side along the short balustrade that marked the boundary between the park and the steep cliff over looking the lake. Up ahead the ground leveled out and they could walk right on the water. But for now, Phoenix was content to be alone with his girl, where no one could talk them out of it or interrupt their plans. Phoenix took her hand as they walked. Her fingers twined with his as they walked following the slope down towards the water. The sun was low and yellowing in the sky, and the lake shone like molten gold. “Dahlia,” Phoenix said. She looked up at him and smiled. “You know, every time I see you ask about that necklace,” he began.<