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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year—33rd Division Aviation

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year—33rd Division Aviation

Army Aviation, page 32, 1958 issue / Editied by Mark Albertson The article below was contributed by Lieutenant Colonel Frank O. Grey, Jr., Aviation Officer, 33rd Infantry Division....Read More...

A Man’s World?

A Man’s World?

Mrs. Sylvia L. Waller / Army Aviation, page 43, June 1958 issue: Women are playing more of an important role in Army Aviation, becoming better informed on roles and missions and equipment employed by Army Aviation....Read More...

Cold Cycle Pressure Jet Helicopter

Cold Cycle Pressure Jet Helicopter

BLOOMFIELD, CONN -- The first successful flight of a new cold cycle pressure jet helicopter was announced recently by the Kaman Aircraft Corporation....Read More...

Chariots to Choppers

Chariots to Choppers

Historical Perspective / By Mark Albertson: The history of war is the story of Man attempting to foster mobility for decisive advantage on the battlefield. – Mark Albertson...Read More...

35th Anniv. of Army Avn. Branch:  Product of American Invention, Innovation & Specialization of Tasks

35th Anniv. of Army Avn. Branch:  Product of American Invention, Innovation & Specialization of Tasks

Looking Back, February 2018 / By Mark Albertson: Army Aviation is the product of American invention and innovation; and, is the beneficiary of that inexorable march towards specialization which has come to mark the evolution of the American armed forces...Read More...

0-1 BIRD DOG

0-1 BIRD DOG

Two-place liaison, observation aircraft. Cessna Aircraft Company, Wichita, Kansas....Read More...

1962 Redesignation of Aircraft

1962 Redesignation of Aircraft

Looking Back / Edited by Mark Albertson: Pages 694 & 695, December 1962 issue, ARMY AVIATION Magazine....Read More...

The Real Goal of Army Aviation

The Real Goal of Army Aviation

Historical Perspective / By Brig. Gen. Clifton F. von Kann, Director of Army Aviation, ODCSOPS, D/A: One of the ghosts that haunts every discussion of Army aviation is “another Air Force.” ...Read More...