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Army Aviation Digest - Sep 1977

Army Aviation Digest - Sep 1977

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UNITED
MG
James
C
Smith
COMMANDER
U.S.
ARMY
AVIATION
CENTER
A
major
activity
of
the
U.S.
Army
Training
and
Doctrine
Command
COL
Keith
J. Rynott
COMMANDER
U.S.
ARMY AGENCY
FOR
AVIATION
SAFETY
A
major activity
of
the Inspector
General
and
Auditor General
of
the
U.S.
Army
Richanl
K
Tierney
EDITOR
U.S.
ARMY
AVIATION
DIGEST
ABOUT THE COVER
Cover
design
by USAAA
VS
RMY
VI TION
1GES
SEPTEMBER
1977
VOLUME
23
NUMBER
TRADOC
System
Manager
Offices
Established For
Attock
And
Scout
Helicopters
...............................
TOW Cobra
-
The
School Solution
CPT Raymond
P.
Mulcahy •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
TOW Cobra
-
Gunner
Training
Devices
CW3 William A.
Yarlett
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Don t
Feed
the
Bear
CPT Roger
E.
McCauley
.......................
.
So You
Wanna
Fly
With A
Headcold,
Leon Dixon
............
.
PeS Orders for
PEARL ..................................................... A Lesson
To
Relearn?
Joseph
B.
Fries
...............................
.
Communications:
A
Motter Of
Survival
CPT Barry Schiff .........................................................................
Army Aviation
Center At
A
Glance,
IV
.........................• EPMS Corner:
Promotion,
SFC W.E.
Trotman
••••••••••••••••••••••• :
OPMS Corner: Personnel -ACIA -
Astronauts
MAJ
Thomas
M.
Walker
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Why
Inadvertent
IMC?
MAJ Michael
E.
Hemdon
.................
.
How
Important
Is
The
Right Symbol? ........................... Follow
The
Leader
Amold
R.
Lambert •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.
How
To Crash
-
By
The
Book ......................................
Where
Do You Look For An
Accident
Prevention NCO?
SGM Wesley
E.
Toon
•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
ATC
Action
Line ............................................................. Rescue
By
101
st
Aviators
..................... lnside Bock
Co,
The mission
ofthe
U S
RMY
VI TION DIGEST
is to provide information of
an
operational. functional
nature
concerning safety and
aircraft
accident prevention. training. maintenance. operations.
research
and development. aviation medicine and other related
data
. The
DIGE
ST
is an official
Department
of the Army periodical published monthly under the supervision of
the
Commanding General. U.S. Army Aviation Center. Views expressed herein
are
not necessarily those of
the Department
of the
Army
nor the U.S. Army Aviation Center. Photos
are
U.S. Army unless otherwise specified. Material
may
be reprinted provided
credit
is given
to
the
DIGEST
and
to
the author. unless otherwise indicated. Articles. photos. and
items
of interest
on
Army aviation
are
invited. Direct communication is authorized
to
:
Editor
.
U 
S
RMY VI TION DIGEST
 
Fort
Rucker.
AL
36362.
This publication has been approved by The Adjutant General.
Headquarters
. Department
ofthe
Army.
23
December
1975.
in accordance with
AR
310-1.
Active Army units receive distribution under the pinpoint distribution
system
as outlined
in
AR
310-1.
Complete
DA
Form
12-5
and send directly to CDR.
AG
Publications
Center
.
2800
Eastern
Boule, :
r Baltimore.
MD 21220.
For
any
change in distribution
requirements
. initiate a revised
DA
Form
12-5
National Guard and Army Reserve units under pinpoint distribution also should submit
DA
Form
~
Other National Guard units should
submit requests
through
their
state
adjutant
general. Those not eligible for official distribution
or
who
desire
personal copies of the
DIGEST
can
order
the magazine from the Superintendent of Documents. U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington.
DC 20402.
Annual subscription
rates are
$15.70
domestic and
$19
.
65
overseas.
 
TRADOC
System
Manager
Offices
Established
For
Attack
And
Scout
Helicopters
1
JULY
1977
two new T
rai
n-
ing and
Doctrine Command
(
TR
ADOC)
System
Manager
(TSM) offices
were
esta
blished und
er
the
comman
d
er
, U.S. A
rmy
Aviation Center
at
Ft. Rucker,
AL
. The Attack Helicop
ter
TSM Office is h
ea
ded by Colonel John
D
oc)
TSM
Attack Helicopter
COL
ahnsen
Bahnsen and the Scout Helicop
te
r TSM Office
is
led by Colonel Ge
orge Shallcross
. Both are Armor officers and
Master rm
y Aviators. Te
am
members
in the two of- fices
are
shown in figure 1. The TSM offices
are
c
hart
ered
Figure 1
by the
commander
, TR
AD
OC. The goal of the TSM p
rog
ra
m is to
ensure that
from
the u
ser
 s point of view
eac
h vehicle is con- sid
ered
as
a
tota
l weapons sys-
te
m
earl
y in the d
evel
opment
ontinued on
page
8
TSM
Scout
Helicopter
COL
Shalkross
I
Training
LTC
MoHett
I
Personnel
MAJ
Hipp
I
Logistics
CPT
each
I
Training
Personnel
MAJ
Pierce
I
Logistics
MAJ
Mancuso
Address
Attack
TSM
U.S
 
Army
Aviation Center
Bldg
503
ATTN:
ATZQ-
TSM-A
Ft
Rucker
L
36362
AUTOVON:
558-5111/2108/3908
The
TR DOC
System
Managers
,
Colonel
John
Bahnsen left)
and
Colonel
George
Shallcross
(ri
ght)
LTC
Moeller
Address
Scout
TSM
U.S.
Army
Aviation Center
Bldg
503
ATTN:
ATZQ-
TSM-S
Ft
Rucker
L
36362
AUTOVON:
558-3808/4909

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