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NEWS | Sept. 1, 2022

General Aviation: Automated Weight & Balance System Team Supports Army Aviation

BLUF:  AWBS software training is available at no cost to units.   

Soldier performing weight and balance duties on Black Hawk   
Photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy Hines
The US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command or DEVCOM manages the Automated Weight & Balance System (AWBS) software for the active Army, Reserves and National Guard and provides a range of services and support to the Army aviation community when it comes to AWBS. One of these services is AWBS software training.
Details on AWBS training, what each student will learn, how to sign up and what units need to provide to host the training are in the Jul-Aug 2022 Utility Helicopter newsletter HERE.

To access available training dates on the AWBS page on JTDI, grab your CAC and click HERE.  
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