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AVIATION OPERATIONS AT THE
JOINT READINESS TRAINING CENTER

NEWSLETTER NO. 00-5


TABLE OF CONTENTS

bullet.gif 0.18 KForeword

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 1: Capturing Aviation Lessons Learned

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 2: Light Aviation at the JRTC

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 3: Light-Army Aviation at the JRTC: Do We Perform Search and Attack?

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 4: Light Attack: Deliberate and Hasty Attack Planning

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 5: Setting the Conditions: The Role of Attack and Cavalry in the Light Fight

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 6: Force Protection in the Tactical Assembly Area

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 7: Air-Ground Coordination in the Hasty Attack

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 8: Aviation Stability and Support Operations at the Joint Readiness Training Center

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 9: Unity of Aviation Maintenance in the Light Fight

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 10: How to Employ a Forward Support MEDEVAC Team in a Light Aviation Fight

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter 11: Downed Aircraft Recovery Teams (DART)

bullet.gif 0.18 KAcknowledgements

The Secretary of the Army has determined that the publication of this periodical is necessary in the transaction of the public business as required by law of the Department. Use of funds for printing this publication has been approved by Commander, U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, 1985, IAW AR 25-30.

Unless otherwise stated, whenever the masculine or feminine gender is used, both are intended.

The intent of CALL publications is to share knowledge, support discussion, and impart lessons and information in an expeditious manner. This CALL publication is not a doctrinal product. The tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) observed and reported in this publication are written by soldiers for soldiers.


This document was prepared by CALL, Fort Leavenworth, KS.



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