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Oct
16
2014

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department Aviation Section

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Upon arrival at the Hillsborough County (Florida) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit, you immediately [Read More...]

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Sep
07
2014

SMS: IS IT ONLY FOR BIG OPERATORS?

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 SMS: IS IT ONLY FOR BIG OPERATORS?By James CarelessWith four pilots and two helicopters (a Bell 407 [Read More...]

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Categories: categorySafety categoryTraining categoryHelicopter Sectors



Sep
04
2014

HELI-AG: A Tough Row to Hoe

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"Damn, ol' man! You trying to tear up my helicopter?" The (mostly) good-natured rebuke fit the [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryCareer Development categoryTraining categoryHelicopter Sectors



Aug
28
2014

U.S. Army UH-72A - High Desert "Dust Off"

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U.S. ARMY UH-72A HIGH DESERT DUST OFFby Lyn Burks The US Army National Training Center (NTC) [Read More...]

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Categories: categoryCompany Profiles categoryTraining categoryHelicopter Sectors



Aug
14
2014

Hard and Fast Helicopter Firefighting

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 Hard and Fast Helicopter Firefighting By James Careless  There’s no time to waste. As a [Read More...]

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Jul
31
2014

My Two Cents Worth - May 2014-Issue - Randy Mains

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After reviewing the new FAA rules unveiled this past February, I can’t help thinking the agency [Read More...]



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May
22
2014

My Two Cents Worth - Randy Mains

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My Two Cents Worth by Randy Mains Here’s a question for you: What’s the difference between a $14 million full-motion, level D flight simulator and a $500 couch? As I was to find out, the answer to that question is … not a lot. In the January 2014 issue of Rotorcraft Pro, there were several very well written and informative articles about flight simulators. Lyn Burks, the editor-in-chief of Rotorcraft Pro, had written an article about his experience flying a S76 C+ flight sim at the CAE training center in Whippany, New Jersey. Ryan Mason wrote an insightful article entitled “Trends in Helicopter Simulation.” Reading those two articles reminded me of the couch, and what a wonderful training tool it is. [Read More...]

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Mar
28
2014

Perceptions of Safety

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Perceptions of Safety By Scott Skola Safety, safety, safety … with the full court press on safety these days, you would think that the rotorcraft industry would be at that much-revered “zero incidents and accidents” goal by now. Unfortunately, we’re not. When you get down to it, what is safety? Is it just an analytical state of mind, with a bunch of numbers and ratios proving its success? Or does it also have a philosophical side, where perception and beliefs play a part in safety success? The short answer—it’s both. So, if a company wants no incidents and accidents—and every employee goes to work with the intention of not causing an incident or accident—why do we continue to come up short? [Read More...]

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Mar
20
2014

My Two Cents Worth (February 2014 Issue) - Randy Mains

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My Two Cents Worth (Rotorcraft Pro February 2014 Issue) by Randy Mains What does it mean to you to be a professional? With that thought in mind, do you possess the attributes of a professional? What do you think are essential qualities of a true professional? Conversely, what qualities would you consider to be found in someone who is not a professional? Considering what it takes to be professional – and unprofessional – will make you aware of what we all strive to be: a true professional in our chosen occupation. [Read More...]

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Mar
05
2014

Trends In Helicopter Simulation

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By Ryan MasonBy all indications, the helicopter simulation industry is booming. With the steady [Read More...]

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