In this issue:
- 11th Aviation Group Aviation Training in USAREUR
Army Aviation in Europe prior to 1974 was practically at a standstill as USAREUR took backseat to the Vietnam war effort. Little interest and money were invested in the conventional role of Army aviation in Europe. Now things are changing; aviation in Europe is on the move!
- The Hawk Performs in Europe
Want a real challenge? Want to fly with the best? Want to do something really worthwhile? The challenge is flying the product improved OV-1D Mohawk in the European environment.
- Night Terrain Flight Training in USAREUR
The first man to enter the briefing room is "Cisco" Rettaguez. Close on his heels is his constant companion, "Pancho" Villa. It is 1545 hours. They have 15 minutes before the 1600 hours briefing on tonight's terrain flight training.
- A Bavarian Fable (Four Key Lessons)
There is only one thing in this world greater than a helicopter pilot – and that is a group of helicopter pilots. I guess I've spent the majority of my adult life in the association of these guys, and the bad times have been few and far between.
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