In this issue:
- Integrating Army Aviation and Forward Area Air Defense
A number of new elements make up the subject of this article, most of which would have seemed fairly radical even two or three years ago.
- High Altitude, High Danger
With the possibility of aerial combat in a high altitude environment, it's increasingly important that as much information and training are provided about flying at high altitude as is given for low level flying.
- The Other Side of the Coin
With the cessation of hostilities in Vietnam and a return to a "peacetime" Army, we expected to see a marked increase in the major parameter with which we measure the effectiveness of our aircraft maintenance program in the Army.
- NBC Defense in Aviation Operations
Shortly after graduation from the Checmical Officer Basic Course, I was assigned to the 228th Attack Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division. As the chemical officer for this newly activated unit I found myself faced with an NBC defense dilemma.
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