RISK MITIGATION The Life Cycle of a Deployment to OIF. EXTREMELY HIGH RISK. HIGH RISK. MEDIUM RISK. LOW RISK. Crews encounter fatigue, complacency, and the “light at the end of the tunnel.”. Environmental Conditions (FAT >120 o F) affect aircraft performance. .
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
RISK MITIGATIONThe Life Cycle of a Deployment to OIF
EXTREMELY HIGH RISK
Crews encounter fatigue, complacency, and the “light at the end of the tunnel.”
Environmental Conditions (FAT >120oF) affect aircraft performance.
Little understanding of the enemy and other hazards.
Familiar with AO and Enemy Situation. Skills improve.
Crews learn and conditions improve.
- Gravity: 1 AH-64D Destroyed; 2 OH-58D Destroyed (2 Fatals)
- Wires: 1 AH-64D Damaged, 1 x OH58 Destroyed (2 Fatals)
- Birds: Multiple Aircraft Damaged
- Kites / Antennae: Multiple Near Misses
- Other Helicopters: Multiple Near Misses
- UAVs: 1 OH-58D Damaged
- Environment: 2 OH-58D Destroyed
- Small Arms: 1 OH-58D Destroyed
- RPG: 1 OH-58D Destroyed
- MANPADs: 1 AH-64D Destroyed (2 KIAs)
RISK MITIGATIONThe Pilot in Command Manages Risk During the Flight
- Airspeed (High/Mid/Low)
- Altitude (High/Mid/Low)
- Flight Maneuvers (Aggressive/Moderate/Subtle)
- Hazard Maps (Current Threat and Man Made Hazards)
- Crew Coordination (Scanning/Navigation/Flight/etc.)
- Kites / Antennae*
- Other Helicopters*
- Small Arms