In this issue:
- Alaskan Operations
The opening of the throttle is actually an anticlimax in getting this aircraft into the air because of the long hours of work in sub-zero temperatures required to ready it.
- Concealment: Your Responsibility
You are an Army aviator assigned to an air section in combat and orders have been received to relocate forward. What does this mean to you?
- UER Highlights
During the past several months, considerable difficulty has been encountered during IRAN of command-type aircraft, due to corrosion. So much difficulty, in fact, that it is believed appropriate to devote some space to corrosion control.
- The Gray Hair Department
Aircraft accidents are more often the result of a combination of several small errors than of one large error. The compilation of small errors may be compared to a pyramid. When enough small errors are made and the pyramid is completed to its peak, an accident happens.
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