Год / месяц: 2015/5-6
Формат: PDF - 4,4 MB
The Navy & Marine corps aviation safety magazine
4. The Danger of Not Compartmentalizing Stress
By LT Kirsten Carlson
Sometimes, psychological or emotional factors should keep aviators on the ground.
6. Stress: What Is It Good For?
By Shelly Winters
Dispelling common myths about stress can help improve your response to it.
14. Fire of Unknown Origin Leads to 3-engine Landing
By LT Ryan McFeely
Simultaneous, unrelated emergencies put training to the test.
16. No Call, Makes for a NMAC Close Call
By Armando Deguzman
Sequencing a slew of helicopters and jets into the GCA pattern overloads a controller in training.
18. First Instructor Flight
By LT Johnathan Bosch
Having to declare an emergency wasn’t exactly what I’d had in mind.
22. Deer in the Landing Lights
By LT Ryan Culbertson
Hit a deer, no right brakes on landing, you know – the usual.
24. Survival of the Fittest: A Look Back at How Survival Training Prepared Aviators for Tough Times
An article from the November 1958 issue of Approach, looking at survival training of that era.
28. Hazreping Hazreps
By Capt Nolan Dean, USMC, and LT Jared Patton, USN, MC
When we wanted to review a squadron mishap from a decade prior, the skipper was the only one who knew about it.
31. Fighting FOD in a Combat Environment
By LT Jonathan Lee
When a problem costs millions of dollars and thousands of man-hours, you need drastic reductions.