December 1965 Volume 11 Number 12
In this issue:
- The Aviation Group
The Aviation Group is one of the most significant "descendants" of the Army Tactical Mobility Requirement Board, which was set up in 1962 to explore new and intrepid concepts of airmobility.
- Flight Fashions
In your travels around Army Aviation installations in recent years have you noticed how aviators' fashions vary from place to place? Some units favor the sage green flying suit while others go with the fatigues. Then there's the khaki, india orange, and sister-service blue for those who prefer the "continental" look.
- Know Before You Go!
Probably the last thing you think about before a flight is the possibility of a crash landing or bailout that will leave you in a survival situation. Under survival conditions, your chance for life depends upon your knowledge, physical ability and will to survive.
- Santa Learns About Flying
Lieutenant Leber looked at his watch and grunted. It had stopped again. The watch was one of those self-winding jobs and a good one, or at least it had been a good one when he bought it several years ago in Hong Kong.
- STACKED DECK
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