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NEWS | Sept. 9, 2021

Get Aviation-Related Safety Information from USACRC

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Image Courtesy of U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center
There are plenty of resources that help aviators stay on top of maintenance and safety. One of the best safety resources is the US Army Combat Readiness Center (USACRC) website. You can visit it at: 
Start by clicking the On-Duty tab in the menu at the top of the website. A window will open and the first topic mentioned is Aviation. In this section, you can access Flightfax, crash rescue products, publications, forms and posters.

Under the Media tab, you can read the latest 4th Quarter Aviation Spike, as well as Risk Management Magazine. The magazine’s aviation-related articles—of which there are currently over 340—can specifically be found at:
You can also submit your own story to the magazine by clicking on the “Tell Your Story” link (you’ll need your CAC to access the next screen).

Finally, it’s highly recommended you visit the aviation category of the Lessons Learned section on the website (which also requires your CAC to access):

There’s even more to consume at this information-rich and interactive destination. So, just like you do with the PS Magazine website, you should make visiting the USACRC website a routine habit.
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