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It was the beginning of another routine daytime mission. Get some gas and bullets and go fly around for four hours.

Over Water, Out of Power

Over the last 18 years, there have been many events I’ve written about. Most would probably be good reads, but one in particular sticks out — the infamous dual-engine rollback in a UH-60A over ALANA intersection just south of the Honolulu VOR.

  • 1 November 2015
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SOPs ... Who Needs Them?

What is a standard operating procedure? Why do we have them? What good are they? Are we required to have one?

  • 1 November 2015
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Make it Personal

We all have accepted the fact that if you are in aviation long enough you are going to bury a friend or two. We also know and accept that our friends might have to do the same for us. With that in mind, why don’t we do everything possible to prevent mishaps from happening?

  • 1 October 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
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Don't Add Another Risk

The majority of military aviators know of the pressures of flying in a combat environment due to the deployments they’ve endured to help rid the world of terrorism. Therefore, we put forth a lot of effort into learning how to become better and safer pilots.

  • 1 October 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
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Avoiding a New Standard

In today’s fast-paced operational tempo and multiple mission sets with multi-national forces, it is important to know how our allies operate in a similar circumstances.

  • 1 October 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 9857
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