In this issue:
- NOE at Night
In June 1972 the 155th Aviation Company (Attack Helicopter) conducted exploratory training for the Combat Developments Experimentation Command, specifically Experiment 43.78 entitled "The Attack Helicopter in the Clear Night Defense." The purpose was to determine capabilities of the present attack helicopter team concept in a night antiarmor role.
- The Army Test Pilot
There are many decisions or events that play important parts in deciding the course a person's military career will follow. But how many of these decisions are made and how many of these events are actually influenced or caused by the individual whose career is developing?
- I Learned From That Flight
It is often said that the day a pilot doesn't learn something new is the day he should quit flying. In this article, Capt. Louis Fausak discusses some of the lesson she learned from a night flight in the mountains.
- Light of My Life
I was new at my post. My commander had designated me as the safety officer and I assumed this responsibility with pride. I've been around long enough to realize that safety is a continuing process and we all need to be reminded of that fact.
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