january - march 2024 - VOL 12, ISSUE 1

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FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Aviation Sustainment in Large-Scale Combat
  • Aviation Sustainment: The Changes to Survivability, Integration, and Innovation in Training Needed for Combat
  • Measuring Aviation Training Program Effectiveness

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

  • “Say Again?” Assuming Command: Navigating the Challenges of Deploying an Air Traffic Services Unit in the NATO Environment
  • Conducting Tactical Refueling Missions as a Heavy-Lift Helicopter Company Mission Essential Task
  • Pilot-in-Command: Phase V Designation Board

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