October 1961 Volume 7 Number 10
In this issue:
- The Mohawk's Martin-Baker Seat
With the advent of the AO-1-AF Mohawk into the Army's inventory, part of its equipment included the Martin-Baker ejection seat. The seat's arrival prompted an ambivalent reception. Comments ran good, bad, indifferent, comical, severe, concerned, and, last but not least, unbelieving. This article is devoted to the proponents of the latter.
- Routine Flight
On a routine mission, we filed VFR out of Managua via direct Guatemala City (280 miles) with 3 hours en route and 4 hours fuel on board our L-20. At this time our departure, destination, and en route (San Salvador) weather was definitely VFR.
- New Armament Branch Added by USAAB
The emphasis being placed on helicopter armament in military and industrial circles has brought about the creation of a new Armament Branch in the Test Division of the U.S. Army Aviation Board, Fort Rucker, Ala.
- Flight Operations Specialist Course Underway at Fort Rucker
The Army's need for a Flight Operations Specialist Course (MOS 907) was filled 16 August when the first class convened at the U.S. Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Ala.
- Beware of the Imps!
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