combat aviation


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combat aviation

Combat aircraft, especially fighter aircraft, and the art or practice of operating such aircraft.
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John Culpepper currently serves as simulations officer for the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.
If we accept the results of the AC/RC ARFORGEN Costing Model, one potential conclusion is that, since Heavy Brigade Combat Teams and Combat Aviation Brigades are expensive to maintain in the ARNG, they should be moved to the active force.
Frank Muth, the commander of the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, who is in charge of the new campus.
He previously served as the SASMO technician with the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division in Iraq in 2008.
She said the students hooked up with the soldiers at Camp Marmal, which houses a combat aviation brigade, through the Jewish War Veterans of America.
has been in daily communication with its supporting units including 4-1 Armored; 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, based at Fort Benning, Georgia; and 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, based in Ansbach, Germany.
It was extremely gratifying to coordinate the support of Naval Station Rota and supporting commands toward the successful completion of the 3rd Infantry Division and 159th Combat Aviation Brigade intermodal transload," said Hartl.
SrA McClellan worked extensively with the 28th Combat Aviation Brigade S-6 soldiers to troubleshoot and develop a solution to a communications issue plaguing the UH-60 Blackhawk aircrews.
Allowing greater capability and soldier safety, the new $30 million bird was turned over to Company B, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, 159th Combat Aviation Brigade.
Traditionally, foreign internal defense falls into the realm of Army special forces, with specialized combat aviation advisors coming from Air Force Special Operations Command--most recently the 6th Special Operations Squadron.
3rd Combat Aviation Brigade (OEF Deployment), Rota, Spain
BRITAIN'S airport operators yesterday called on the Government to join a global deal to combat aviation emissions rather than impose its own measures, which would cost billions of pounds in revenues and thousands of jobs.