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It's been awhile since I've been around the forum, but it looks like it's still going strong helping people get through the process of becoming an Army Aviator.  I'm currently a UH-60L IP/IE, but over the years I had created a study guide to help me with my APARTs and what-not.  A few people throughout the years have asked me for a copy of it and seemed to like it so recently I decided to make it easily available and accessible.  If you're a new UH-60L pilot or even an experienced UH-60L pilot that wants to refresh their knowledge, check out my study guide website.  It's free, so I'm not trying to promote anything to make money or anything.  I just want to help people out. 

Eventually I plan on updating the information to apply to UH-60M's as well.  But since I've flown L's for my whole career and probably will for at least the next 3-4 years, that's where my focus has been

Even if you're flying M models a majority of the information in the study guide still applies and could be helpful to you. 

EDIT:  I updated the site to include a UH-60M Study Guide as well. 

Anyway, if you want to check it out, here's the link....

UH-60 Study Guide

Feel free to message me if you have any questions or anything. 

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"PFHLO - Path Finders Have Little Ovaries"

 

Lmao, glad I'm not the only one who changed it back to this. I think at the school house they said Organs. The more crude the mnemonic, the more likely you are to retain the knowledge. 

 

Edit: For Special Use Airspace, if you combine non-regulatory and regulatory, you can use MCWRAP as an mnemonic.

 

Edit 2: "What are the 2 classifications of aircraft, and what classification is the UH60A/L?
Class 1 and Class 2.
The UH60A/L is a class 2 aircraft." 

If you want to mess with your RL3 and students, ask what type of H60 is type 1. It's in the 237-10. 

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23 hours ago, Travis3311 said:

Is the A/L models the only models we can expect to train on at flight school? Or do they have a Mike program as well?

If you’re Active you’ll only fly the Mike at the school and then do a Lima transition at your unit if you get placed at a Lima unit. 
 

NG will fly whatever they were slotted for by their state(I believe this is true for reservists as well). 

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On 1/15/2021 at 12:27 AM, Shadowlurker said:

Edit: For Special Use Airspace, if you combine non-regulatory and regulatory, you can use MCWRAP as an mnemonic.

I like that!  I think I heard that before and completely forgot about it. 

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If anyone tried to access the site in the last couple of days from here it may have been a dead link.  I updated the site name and URL so it wasn't L-model specific.  I am adding M-model stuff as well.  That will be live in the next couple of hours.

Hope it helps!

UH-60 Study Guide

Also, I'm thinking of doing weekly(ish) quizzes similar to the Bold Method ones, but specific to Army Aviation, Helicopters, and UH-60 related stuff.  Those will be on my website as well as on Facebook.

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On 1/15/2021 at 6:16 PM, Shadowlurker said:

If you’re Active you’ll only fly the Mike at the school and then do a Lima transition at your unit if you get placed at a Lima unit. 
 

NG will fly whatever they were slotted for by their state(I believe this is true for reservists as well). 

Thanks! I'm active duty so I guess I'll be in Mike's then!

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