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    About a year after graduating flight school, I was conducting instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) training at a local airport with an instructor pilot. It was early spring and weather conditions were cloudy, with temperatures hovering at the freezing point.

    Everyone is a Range Safety

    It was a drill weekend and we were heading to the range for hand grenade training. I had just assumed command of my company and was eager to gauge my unit’s range safety program. My predecessor couldn’t execute a thorough handoff with me before I took over; therefore, I had a lot to learn about my new Soldiers.

    • 1 January 2021
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    Hazard Prevention and Control

    Effective controls of workplace hazards protect workers; help avoid injuries, illnesses and incidents; minimize or eliminate safety and health risks; and help leaders provide safe and healthful working conditions.

    • 13 December 2020
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    Deep in IIMC

    The night’s task was an AH-64D Readiness Level 3 progression local area operation including as many night and night vision system (NVS) base tasks we could complete within our three-hour period of instruction. This was our fourth flight together as a crew. Our three previous missions, flown during the day with an hour of hood training, went smoothly.

    • 13 December 2020
    • Author: USACRC Editor
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    Who is Flying the Aircraft?

    Our SP and commander decided the best place for me was on one of our night shifts at a time of day when the enemy was less active, allowing me to get more experience before throwing me into the fray. It was on one of these early morning flights that I nearly killed us.

    • 1 December 2020
    • Author: USACRC Editor
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