In this issue:
- Defining the Army Aviation Total Combat System in the Nineties
There is an old Chinese curse that says, "May you live in interesting times." I don't know what we've done to deserve it, but surely we DO live in interesting times. Past threats seem less ominous, political alliances are being adjusted and, in many instances, the size of national military forces is being reduced.
- Aeromedical Aspects of Helicopter Air Combat
Traditionally in aviation, high-performance, fixed-wing aircraft and pilots have been the attention-getters. Consider, for example, the popularity of movies such as Top Gun and Iron Eagle, and aerobatic teams like the "Blue Angels" and "Thunderbirds."
- Extended Operations and Soldier Judgment: A Human-System Design Challenge
The need for including human engineering in the development of military systems has always been intuitive and a part of major systems acquisition. Further, the U.S. General Accounting Office continues to promote the growth of human engineering efforts in the military.
- Employment of Copperhead: A Tactical Scenario
"The Soviet tanks and BMPs filled the landscape like an avalanche. The enemy was somewhere at hand but not to be seen. The British tanks were there all right, firing not directly from the flank but far back, in well-chosen positions behind low crests in undulating ground."
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