In this issue:
- Guts Are Great But Brains Are Better
The title of this article might insinuate that "guts," bravery, audacity are not as important as brains in combat. But the fact is: guts have never been more important.
- Me Quit? How?
By this time, we are all aware that smoking is linked to cancer, emphysema, chronic bronchitis and circulatory diseases. Some medics say that the smoker's smoke is a health hazard to nonsmokers in the vicinity.
- Keeping Up With Army Aviation R&D
Effective 30 August, the name of the U.S. Army Air Mobility Research and Development Laboratory, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA was changed to the U.S. Army Research and Technology Laboratories.
- New Training Developments at Fort Rucker
U.S. Army aviation was the first to develop and use helicopter flight simulators with a visual system. To date two helicopter simulators have been developed using a camera model visual system – the CH-47Fs and the AH-1FS.
- Return Of The Writ
The annual writ is alive and well and about to arise, Phoenix like, as the written component of the Aviator Annual Proficiency and Readiness Test.
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