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    We all know that Army aviation is an inherently dangerous profession. One of the most hazardous (and scariest) situations for any aircrew member is inadvertently encountering instrument meteorological conditions (IMC). However, it doesn’t have to be that way.

    Luck is not a Plan

    There I was, Chalk 2 in a formation of three aircraft. We had just completed our mission and were returning to base. The formation was in echelon left and we were briefed to fly with two to five rotor discs of separation.

    • 18 April 2021
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    Always to Standard

    As executive officer of HHT 1-18th Cav, my duty is to ensure all trucks are maintained and in proper condition to safely conduct convoy operations.

    • 18 April 2021
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    Can You Communicate Effectively?

    As a professional, you have the ability and opportunity to differentiate right from wrong, briefed risk approval from unbriefed risk, and you always have the potential to save yourself if you just advocate and communicate.

    • 15 April 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 169
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    Plan for the Heat

    With spring already here and summer fast approaching, leaders and Soldiers should be considering hot weather hazards. Heat illnesses, including heat exhaustion and heat stroke, degrade mission effectiveness and can happen during any month, but most occur between June and July.

    • 15 April 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 168
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