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Three Stories out of "Pulling the
Pitch," by Stéphane Demers
Acronyms and Short Forms
If you have ever sat in a smoky
bar and listened to the military pilots talk shop, you would wonder if you
have been listening to some foreign language. For the next three stories
you may want to bone up on the Jargon of Joystick Jocks by checking out
the Appendix of Acronyms and Short Forms as provided by Military
Helicopter Pilot Stéphane Demers.
Medical Evacuations are usually anything but routine.
Three in one day, however, can make a pilot wonder if this type of flying
can become a way of life. Stéphane assures us that for the SAR teams,
med-evacs are a way of life.
Three to a Bag
A Cdn military helicopter pilot's story of Search &
Rescue in the bush. Stéphane Demers brings us bush flying with a military
Right Flight Wrong Rock
Military helicopter life support in the Sinai Desert.
Stéphane shows us how we can learn from all types of flying experience.
Cutting the Jungle Trail
A commercial helicopter pilot's story of growing up in a
time of turmoil and terror; written by Dan Grossman.
OGP Offshore Helicopters
Air Transport Consultant
Helicoper Flying for the Oil Companies takes us to
the exotic and exciting places of the world and if you want to learn more
about offshore flying ask an Air Transport Consultant.
Pilot's Blog Book
have become a popular way to share thoughts and adventures with
the world at large. Check in here for a pilot's monthly journal including reports and images of offshore
Helicopter Friends Directory
Hudson Bay Helicopters
Some of the most exciting and envious flying in Northern
Canada. Check out Steve Miller's glory
days. Great photos!
Helicopter Flyng in the Seychelles
Some of the most interesting flying in the Indian Ocean
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Editor John S Goulet
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