Army aeromedical crash rates.

@article{Lorenzo1999ArmyAC,
  title={Army aeromedical crash rates.},
  author={Robert A. De Lorenzo and R L Freid and A R Villarin},
  journal={Military medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={164 2},
  pages={116-8}
}
BACKGROUND Safety is a principal concern for everyone in aviation, including those in military and civilian aeromedical programs. The U.S. Army flies thousands of helicopter missions each year, including many aeromedical flights. The comparison between Army general and aeromedical aviation crash data provides a benchmark for establishing patterns in aeromedical safety and may be useful for similar programs examining safety profiles. OBJECTIVES To determine the crash rates of Army aeromedical… CONTINUE READING

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