Главная Pentagonus Регистрация


Приветствую Вас Гость | RSSСуббота, 06.06.2020, 07:11
Форма входа

Категории каталога
ЗВО [210]
Air Force Magazine [50]
Air Force Times [34]
All Hands [5]
журнал Navy
Approach [17]
Armor [14]
Army [13]
Army AL&T [26]
ArmyAviation [25]
Army Technology [4]
Army Times [34]
Continental Marines Magazine [38]
Fires [40]
Joint Force Quarterly (JFQ) [20]
Infantry [12]
Marine Corps Times [35]
MilsatMagazine [59]
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin (MIPB) [13]
Military Review [20]
National Defense [41]
Navy Times [33]
PS Magazine - The Preventive Maintenance Monthly [122]
Seapower [31]
Special Warfare [35]
Surface Warfare Magazine [34]
The Year in Special Operations [8]
Tip of The Spear [40]

Наш опрос
Готовы ли ВС США к новой войне?
Всего ответов: 116


Онлайн всего: 4
Гостей: 4
Пользователей: 0

Каталог файлов

Файл утерян? - сообщи, обязательно перезальют!

Главная » Файлы » журналы » Approach

Approach №3 2014
[ Скачать с сервера (2.45 Mb) ] 20.06.2014, 09:09


Год / месяц: 2014/5-6
Номер: 3
Страниц: 36
Язык: Английский
Формат: PDF -  2.5 MB

The Navy & Marine corps aviation safety magazine

Highlights from the Past
The first three articles in this issue are favorites of mine. The first puts you in the front row of a transpac and was the genesis of the “raven” on our front cover. The next shares insight into our Naval Aviation culture and success. The third discusses a place we’ve all been — welcome aboard! — Jack Stewart, editor.
4. Nevermore
By CDR Dave Delancey
Weather, fuel, diverts and more. A classic “There I was,” article.
8. Three Buckets of Naval Aviation
By CDR Steve Baxter
You’ve heard about the buckets. Here’s the story behind them.
10. Welcome to Naval Aviation!
By LTJG Brandon Scott
Getting to the fleet is just the start.
12. Don’t Touch Nothin’
By LCDR Jake Huber
There are times when you have no choice but to accept risk.
13. Give It Another Look
By Capt Benjamin Carlton, USMC
Rushing to do a job or a change in habit patterns can be costly.
18. Another Engine
By CDR K. M. Kennedy
How’s your ship’s knowledge? Please explain these: CCS, EOOW,
20. Mark Mark
By Capt Dan Bowring, USMC
The role of an instructor is more complex than you think.
23. Guns-A-Blazin’
By LT Adam Kyle
Don’t try to have too many “what if” questions after the flight.
24. Heavy and No Place to Hyd
By LCDR Travis Suggs
Hydraulic gremlins are tough to tackle.
26. Yep, It Is My Fault
By LT Bobby Smail
You sign for it and you’re responsible for it.
29. Stick Stuck Hard Up
By LCDR Rodrigo Miranda
Hindsight always shows up late.



Категория: Approach | Добавил: pentagonus
Просмотров: 778 | Загрузок: 0 | Рейтинг: 5.0/1 |
Всего комментариев: 0
Copyright MyCorp © 2020