january - march 2022 - VOL. 10, ISSUE 1
- Sustaining the Combat Aviation Brigade: Fighting the Aviation Support Battalion in Large-Scale Combat Ops
- Ground Movement: Assuring Symmetry Within an Aviation Battalion
- The Combat Aviation Brigade and Medical Evacuation/ Casualty Evacuation
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
- Enabling Maneuver: Aviation Mission Planning Process in Large-Scale Combat Operations
- How We Fight: Developing the Next Generation of Army Aviation Leaders
- 2021 Annual Writing Award
- A Word From the Tactics Division Chief
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