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Approach Magazine Collection (24 Books)


Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

 
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Approach Magazine : March-April 2008: March-April 2008

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : May-June 2007: May-June 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : January-February 2008: January-February 2008

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : September-October 2007: September-October 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : September-October 2009: September-October 2009

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : January-February 2007: January-February 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : July-August 2008: July-August 2008

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : July-August 2007: July-August 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : March-April 2007: March-April 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : July-August 2010: July-August 2010

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : January-February 2009: January-February 2009

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : January-February 2010: January-February 2010

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : July-August 2009: July-August 2009

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : March-April 2009: March-April 2009

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

Read More
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Approach Magazine : March-April 2010: March-April 2010

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : May-June 2009: May-June 2009

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : May-June 2010: May-June 2010

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : May-June 2008: May-June 2008

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : November-December 2007: November-December 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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Approach Magazine : November-December 2008: November-December 2008

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard.

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