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Articles from Approach (September 1, 2012)

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604, you're a divert. Seccombe, Benton 1312
A routine event. Lester, John 693
An easy day. Brown, Joshua 2230
Gear pins, removed! Pubs, check! Fuel vent plunger ... uh oh. Zerra, Joey 614
Hyd games over the South Pacific. Dennis, Brian 2599
Juanda, weigh that again. Gibson, Jason 701
Kick the tires. Cook, Dan 1673
Max Rudder, no others ... Ehler, Shane 1047
Rotor tip-to-tip with a seaknight: I have been retired now for five years. This event occurred on April 4, 2003, while I was detached aboard USS Camden (AOE-2). This incident has caused me a great deal of latent anxiety, and it has taken several years for me to talk about it in an open forum. Knowles, Matt 1554
The not-so-friendly skies. Craig, Constant 1021
Why I made so many mistakes: I had experienced a minor case of DCS and a moderate case of AGE in the lungs and brain. The AGE was most likely aggravated at altitude, as I tried to clear my right ear while the pressure was cycling. Porter, Micah 1902

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