Naval Aviation News - June 1994 - Marine Corps Aviation
COVERS—Front: An FA-18A Hornet of reserve squadron VMFA-321 flies over the target range at NAS Fallon, Nev., during active duty traininDlrector,uce Trombecky).
Back: A crew member of Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) receives a "Welcome Home!" after the carrier's return from a six-month Med cruise (PH2 J. Bivera/PH1 M. Flynn).
Flagship Publication of Naval Aviation
Oldest U.S. Navy Periodical, Volume 76, No. 4, May-June 1994
Marine Corps Aviation Update 10
Hank Caruso's AerocaturesTM Sketchbook 19
Hydraufluidic Flight Control Validated
for Advanced Aircraft Application 23
Enlisted Aviation Series: 24
Aviation Electronics Technician
A Career of Opportunities 26
Naval Aviation in WW II: Invasion!
Fortress Europe—Naval Aviation in France, Summer 1944 30
Flight Line: Professional, Dedicated
and Focused 1
Grampaw Pettibone 2
Naval Aircraft: XBTK-1 28
ANA Bimonthly Photo Competition 36
Professional Reading 40
Flight Bag inside back cover
RADM Brent M. Bennitt
Director, Air Warfare
Published by the Naval Historical Center
under the auspAndrews the Chief of Naval Operations
Dr. Dean C. Allard
Director of Naval History
Cdr. Mike Lipari
Director, Naval Aviation History and Publication DivisioAvtation
Cdr. Rues Jowers Editor
Sandy Russell Managing Editor
Charles C. Cooney Art Director
Joan A. Fresher Associate Editor
JOCS(AW) Theresa L. Dunn Associate Editor
J01(SW) Eric S. Mosel Assistant Editor
Cdr. Peter Motility, 1.111N11 (Rat.)
Rook Review Editor
LCdr. Richard R. Surges*
Capt. R. Reuss, USNR (Rel.)
Contributing I Jhiuie
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