April 1968 Approach: The Naval Aviation Safety Review Magazine
vo n approach No. 10
Our product is safety, our process is education and our profit is measured in the preservation of lives and equipment and increased mission readiness.
- Safety and the TACCO
By LTJG W. T. Smith
- Of Poker Odds and Aviation Safety
By LCDR M. Z. Haggard
- Keep Current on Emergency Procedures
- Minimum Flying Speed—Minus Ten 16. GxWT.=Caution
- What to do Until the Helicopter Comes
By CDR W. A. Ellsworth
- ASO Safety Coloring Book
By LT T. A. Myers
- Hypoxia, Hyperventilation and Anxiety
By C. I. Barron, M.D., W. E. Evans, Ill, M.D., and Thomas J. Cook
- To Waste or Waist
By LCDR Joseph Pursch, MC
- Crunch Causes and Cures
- Handle With Care
- What's New
- On the Glide Slope
- Flight Surgeon's Notes
- Murphy's Law
- Maintenance Notes
- IBC Lift and Drag
- NavAir 00-75-510
- Cover Painting by Mr. Marion Ward, staff artist, Bell Helicopter Company
- Page 2, 4 (top) Photos courtesy the author
- Page 3 Photos by Mr. Ed Holm, courtesy U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings.
- Page 4 (bottom), Photo by PHAN D. A. Wilding, VP-21
- Page 45 Diagram courtesy McDonnell-Douglas
- IBC Contributed by LT T. A. Myers, VT-23
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It presents the most accurate information currently available on the subject of aviation accident prevention. Contents should not be considered as regulations, orders or directives and may not be construed as incriminating under Art. 31, UCMJ.
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RADM Paul D. Buie, Commander, U. S. Naval Aviation Safety Center
CDR J. B. McDaniel, Editor
LT R. F. O'Connor, Managing Editor Robert Trotter, Art Director
J. H. Reinburg, Military Editor J. C. Kiriluk, Maintenance Editor J. A. Bristow, Aero-Medical Editor
Blake Rader, Illustrator
DMC F. L. Smith, Production Control PHC Harry Culbertson, Photographer
Next Month So That We Will Not Be Out and other items of interest to the Naval Aviator.