The surfaces of civil and military aircraft are covered with written instructions. These prescribe how well-trained people should work on and operate the thing. was wondering how one might employ similar tactics in architecture, not to prescribe how to occupy architecture but to bring habitual occupation into question. The detail examples here are from an American Navy F4 at Duxford and the full aeroplane shown (mothballed) at AMARC in Tucson. I have a few more miscellaneous examples that I will post another day.