In this issue:
- Army Aviation's Role in the Future
You are having to make tough decisions in a time of dynamic change and reduced resources. Despite these challenges, you are accomplishing your missions with enormous professionalism. You are showing how Army Aviation can contribute to the combined arms team with that intangible quality-the "Soul of a Warrior."
- Warriors at Sea
Desert Storm was just the cap to years of sea duty in the Persian Gulf by Army pilots of today's 4th Squadron, 17th Aviation Regiment, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, NC. Task Force 118 officially became the 4-17th on 15 January 1991.
- Operation Provide Comfort: Aviation Operational Flexibility
Operation Provide Comfort I and II were the humanitarian aid and security missions supporting the Kurdish refugees in Northern Iraq. These missions were a tremendous undertaking for Army Aviation units taking part in the operation.
- Combat Search and Rescue: Who's Responsibility?
The wave of military response in the future will demand that the U.S. fighting forces have the contingency mentality to deploy anywhere, anytime, in any environment to perform the full spectrum of military roles and missions. Compounding the issue is the fact that this contingency mentality must include our sister services and allied forces. One of the most lingering and anguishing results of the military missions is coping with those lost, separated, or missing in action.
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