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Sep
30
2011

A Phoenix Rises from the Ashes in Iraq

Posted by jhadmin

“In the wake of the wars, the (Iraqi) capability to launch and field helicopters was reduced to ashes,” said U.S. Army Col. Thomas J. Trossen, the former Chief of Army Aviation Division for U.S. Forces – Iraqi, Advising and Training Mission from July 2010 to July 2011. “It seems only fitting that the headquarters of the emerging Iraqi Army aviation force should be located at a place called Pheonix Base in the International Zone.” [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryHelicopter Sectors categoryOpinion-Editorial



Sep
22
2011

Crew Chiefs Keep Apaches Fighting

Posted by jhadmin

CAMP TAJI, Iraq – AH-64D Apache Longbow crew chiefs are proud of their aircraft. They're quick to tell you it's one of the most advanced pieces of equipment in the Army's arsenal. They boast that the 58 foot-long war-fighting machine travels up to 227 miles per hour and is armed with as many as 16 Hellfire rockets, up to 75 (2.75 inch) aerial rockets, and can carry 1,200 rounds for its 30 mm machine gun. [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryCompany Profiles categoryHelicopter Sectors



Oct
05
2010

US Army & Air Force Rotorcraft Pioneers

Posted by jhadmin

By Brad McNally - Hollingsworth Franklin Gregory was born in Rockwell, TX in 1906. Frank Gregory as most people knew him, graduated from high school in Shelby, MS in 1923. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Mississippi in 1926, Gregory worked for several years as a Mississippi high school principal (Official Air Force Biography, 1956). [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryHuman Interest



Dec
02
2009

Becoming a US Army Helicopter Pilot

Posted by jhadmin

By Tony Fonze - Becoming a US ARMYHelicopter Pilot, You are in the Army Now! Army pilots are, by definition, soldiers first, officers second, and then aviators. Consequently, applicants for the aviation program must first meet the requirements for acceptance into the military, acceptance into the Warrant Officer program, and finally, admission into the aviation training program. [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryBecoming A Pilot categoryHelicopter Sectors


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