The United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence has initiated a book review program to encourage professional reading and to support the Turning Pages segment of the Aviation Digest. Texas A&M University Press, Potomac Books, Inc, and the Naval Institute Press are currently supporting by providing books at absolutely no charge. All that is required is for you to select a book and send an e-mail to the Aviation Digest mailbox (usarmy.rucker.avncoe.mbx.aviation-digest@mail. mil) requesting the book be sent to you. Once you read the book and provide us with a one page (approximately 700 words) review of that book, the book is yours. Scan the quick reader (QR) code to the right for additional information on the program.
The Aviation Digest is now available on multiple web sites. In addition to the Directorate of Training and Doctrine website (https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/usaace-dotd), it is also available
on the Aviation Knowledge Network (https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/647346) and outside of Army Knowledge Online (AKO) and on Fort Rucker’s “official” web site at http://www.rucker.army.mil/aviationdigest. The Aviation Digest may also be found on the USAACE SIPNET (http://usaace.army.smil.mil)
Prepare for your deployment and get the most current lessons learned. The most recent Operation Enduring Freedom after action review from the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade is available on the DOTD Tactics/ Lessons Learned Integration Branch website at https://www.us.army.mil/suite/files/42548836.
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