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The Landing Zone

1st CAB and Operations in the COVID-19 Environment

1st CAB and Operations in the COVID-19 Environment

Fort Riley, KS – When the nation faces a global scale pandemic, preventing the spread of a virus and protecting the health of citizens becomes a top priority. The 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division is no different, yet like the rest of America’s armed forces, the Brigade must remain...Read More...

New CH-47 Engine Test Program

New CH-47 Engine Test Program

FORT EUSTIS, Va. (April 15, 2020) – A team from Boeing, GE Aviation and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center completed another successful ground test in late March, furthering the demonstration of higher-power T408-GE-400 engines on an H-47...Read More...

US Army AH-64s Involved in Joint Operations in the Arabian Gulf

US Army AH-64s Involved in Joint Operations in the Arabian Gulf

The repetitive whoosh of helicopter blades is heard as two AH-64E Apache attack helicopters land on board the deck of the Navy Expeditionary Landing Base ship USS Lewis B. Puller (ESB-3). U.S. forces from both the Army and Navy are together for a special mission, combined flight operations at sea....Read More...

The Landing Zone Mobile

1st CAB and Operations in the COVID-19 Environment

1st CAB and Operations in the COVID-19 Environment

Fort Riley, KS – When the nation faces a global scale pandemic, preventing the spread of a virus and protecting the health of citizens becomes a top...Read More...

New CH-47 Engine Test Program

New CH-47 Engine Test Program

FORT EUSTIS, Va. (April 15, 2020) – A team from Boeing, GE Aviation and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile...Read More...

US Army AH-64s Involved in Joint Operations in the Arabian Gulf

US Army AH-64s Involved in Joint Operations in the Arabian Gulf

The repetitive whoosh of helicopter blades is heard as two AH-64E Apache attack helicopters land on board the deck of the Navy Expeditionary Landing...Read More...

Looking Back: Essence of Overload

Looking Back / By Mark Albertson:  Army Aviation magazine cannot forget that June 6 marks another anniversary of Operation: OVERLORD, June 6, 1944.

Elements of the 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One), as they disembark from an LCVP onto to Fox Green section of Omaha Beach, defended by the German 352nd Division. During the opening phases of the assault, two-thirds of Company E had become casualties.
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