APPROACH: The Naval Aviation Safety Review
APPROACH is published monthly by the U.S. Naval Aviation Safety Center and is distributed to naval aeronautical organizations on the basis of 1 copy per 12 persons. It presents the most accurate information currently available on the subject of aviation accident prevention.
IN THIS ISSUE: Bingo Fuel, Fuel Computation For Diverting Carrier Aircraft To Landing Fields, 'C' Notes, Carrier Flight Operational Tips.
This issue's featured articles include Remember How Much Fun Flying Used To Be?, Earosion, Panic!, Notes From Your Flight Surgeon, Tacan, VORTAC — One More Time, Tow Tractor Course, and More.
The August 1961 Issue featured articles include Infrequent Instruments, Project Scan, Penetrating a Thunderstorm, Uncalculated Risk, Routine Night Flop, No Connection, Oxygen: It Will and It Won't, The Anti-G Suit, and More.
Two of the Navy's newest fighters, McDonnell F4Hs, streak through the blue. These Phantom 11s of VF-101 Det. Alfa are being maintained by a new maintenance system described in this issue.