In this issue:
- Tank Busters
Major General Nikolay Belov's contention that the tank is the best means of combating tanks has been cited again and again. But are tanks really the best means of fighting tanks? Let's look at the facts.
- Instructor Duty: For Fun and Profit
Captain Will Riskit is downcast, chagrined, vexed and generally in a blue funk. He has just found out he's to be assigned as an instructor at the Army Aviation Center, Ft. Rucker, AL. Oh, woe! Oh, grief! He thinks, "I've survived a thunderstorm on partial-panel, a tornado in a hang glider, my mother- in-law's cooking-but I won't last through the next 3 years."
- I Am the Aviator - Above the Best
From the beginning, many themes have been woven into the fabric of flying: Man against gravity; man against distance; man against time. But the basic theme of the early years was as old as the oldest flying legend, and still remains so today: "Man against death!" - "I am the aviator. Above The Best! "
- Thunderstorms: Nature's Knockout Punch
Astraphobia is a fear of thunderstorms. If you are an aviator and you aren't an astraphobe, this article is meant for you. A healthy fear of thunderstorms and the assorted package of woes they contain could save you and your aircraft.
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