In this issue:
- The Cheyenne
With its day and night target detection and weapons deployment capability, the Cheyenne will be the most versatile and potent aerial weapons system the Army has ever developed.
- The Showoff
During the various courses of instruction at the Army Aviation School, a pilot’s flying ability is honed to the peark of proficiency. Instructors at the school are constantly striving for this maximum achievement in their students, and the student is equally aware that this must be his goal.
- Bird-Dogging in Vietnam
Maybe I can give you some idea of what you can expect in flying an O-1 in Vietnam. Most of my experiences were confined to the I Corps area, but the mission of the O-1 throughout the country is generally the same.
- On Top
As a pilot I was experiencing something totally new to me. I felt something like a fish in a bucket of milk! I felt that we just had to break out on top at any second, and as I began to grow impatient I increased the throttle to full open and pulled in maximum power.
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