Guidelines for Improved Effectiveness of Airborne Training of Military Aviator Cadets

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The paper treats issues relating to the specialized training of officer cadets, particularly future military pilots’ airborne training. Having taken into account the new tendencies, the guidelines for conducting airborne training are set forth with view of ensuring their safety during parachute jumps, and subsequently, during flights.

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Land Forces Academy Review

Review of the NICOLAE BALCESCU Land Forces Academy, Sibiu, Romania

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