Army Flight Logbook for Desktops

So we just released the Desktop Version of armyflightlogbook. This program is for the individual and not meant to company track anything. It should look very similar to the web version.
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For those looking to purchase.

http://dash12.com/army-flight-logbook/index.php


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Annual Reports

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So now under the Annual Reports from the main page you will be able to see a monthly break down based on type. Just select the year and the spreadsheet will populate.

Three More Mission Data Checkmarks

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So we added more Mission Data items per some requests. AMC’s is for those Air Mission Commanders. The FADEC and SEF’s are mainly for tracking the OH-58 pilots currency and semiannual requirements. Now the double bag is a newly added check block for those that just love to train and do hot swaps with pilots.

OH-58 SEF and FADEC Tracking


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With the version of 1.0.19 of the Army Flight Logbook we made several additions for the OH-58 pilots. One of those being Single Engine Failures. The OH-58 pilots have to complete 2 of these per semiannual period. So when you’re logging your flights you are now able to choose SEF checkmark option.

You will be able to track your SEF completion total under the Semiannual Tab in your flight logbook. Once you do 2 SEF’s in your current semiannual period this block will turn green letting you know that you have completed your requirement.

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The other addition that we have added to the Army Flightlogbook for OH-58 pilots is the FADEC currency. When you add a flight you’ll see the option for FADEC. When you check this block you are telling the program that you have completed a FADEC training on that day. Once logged you can go to your totals/currency page to find out when the last time you completed a FADEC and it will give you a future date when the currency will expire (it is set to 90 days).

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Download/Printable Company Reports

Well we just pushed out an update the Army Flight Logbook that now allows you to print or download the Company Glideslope. This is great for those wanting to make the flight schedule and would like a hard copy of who needs to fly in order to meet their minimums.

Glide Slope reporting from ArmyFlightLogbook.com

As you can see the Aviators will display in Red if they need special attention. The remarks will display when is the last time that they have logged a flight. This is helpful if you’re a flight scheduler and you know you put a person on the schedule that flew and the logbook isn’t reflecting that the aviator flew.