Description: The Aeromedical Electronic Resource Office (AERO) is a web-based DOD system used jointly by the U.S. Army, Coast Guard, and Navy. Linkage with the Air Force AIMWTS electronic waiver system is being investigated. AERO is implemented as the expected method for aeromedical submissions to NAMI. Historical waiver information and electronic physical ...
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Description: 1. To obtain an AERO Account go to: https://vfso.rucker.amedd.army.mil / Follow the directions. It is very self explanatory. To complete the application above, the following documents will need to be completed.
Description: The U.S Army Aviation Center of Excellence headquarters staff analyzes, assesses, provides staff management oversight and recommends for decision all activities affecting Army Aviation policy, command guidance and the development, implementation and execution of processes to support the command in meeting its mission.
Description: Aeromedical Reference and Waiver Guide Additional information, an AERO tutorial, and a link to the AERO Log In screen is available below and on the Aeromedical Electronic Resource Office page. This edition of the Aeromedical Reference and Waiver Guide (ARWG) features some new hyperlinks, as seen in many interactive Internet sites.
Description: First Sergeant, School of Army Aviation Medicine. 1st Sgt. Branden R. Coughlin. 1 Sgt. Branden R. Coughlin is a native of Denver, Colorado. He entered the United States Army in 2001 and completed Basic Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
Description: AEROMEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING. WELCOME INFORMATION. Welcome to the United States Army School of Aviation Medicine (USASAM) Aeromedical Psychology Training Course (6H-F27) located at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
Description: The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, one of six research laboratories within the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command, was established at Fort Rucker in 1962 to accomplish research in support of Army Aviation and airborne activities, and to provide a central aeromedical research/reference library.. Today, the Laboratory's research focuses on blunt, blast, and ...
Description: Class 1: Warrant officer candidate, commissioned officer or cadet. Applies to applicants for aviator training, applicants for special flight training programs and non-U.S. Army personnel selected for training at aircraft controls.
Description: Aero Rucker Free PDF eBooks. Posted on April 01, 2015. 1. To obtain an AERO Account go to: https://vfso.rucker.amedd.army To obtain an AERO Account go to: https://vfso.rucker.amedd.army.mil/. Follow the directions. It is very self explanatory. To complete the application above, the ...
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