In this issue:
If present research and development bears fruit, Army Aviators in the early 1970s may zip straight up into the ozone with a roar of thrust and a blast of dust to conduct battlefield surveillance flights in a new breed of V/STOL aircraft.
- Indications of Leadership
How many times have you heard these words: Army Aviators are bred in pinochle games and born at the Officers' Club bar? Such general phrases are thrown around in military ranks by professional officers although Army Aviation, with its growing pains, is proving itself more and more essential.
- Pilot Ignorance
Capt. Joe D. Konley's fingers shook just a little as he quickly tore into the long, white envelope from the Pentagon. For five years he had been an Army Aviator, the last two in the hot, dry wasteland of Fort Eureka. Over 1800 accident-free hours and still he had no checkout in any of the twin-engine aircraft.
- A Film Is Born
Along with the steady growth of Army Aviation a need has developed for training aids to assist in the instruction of aviators and aircraft mechanics. One of the many fine aids is a large number of training films for a particular program of instruction.
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