ASA’s TH-67 Helicopter Flashcards is a must have for Army flight school students as well as anyone learning to fly in the TH-67 model. Designed to facilitate memorization and deepen understanding of safe and effective helicopter operations, these flashcards help both civilian and military pilots master the aircraft. They’re not only useful to pilots preparing for their checkride, but also instructors looking for a thorough review to ensure currency and increase safety. Four hundred flashcards cover nearly all the material in Chapters 5, 8, and 9 of the TH-67 Operator’s Supplement and FAA/Army helicopter instrument procedures. Topics include operating limitations and restrictions, normal and emergency procedures, as well as Army IFR content for instrument/advanced students. Each flashcard identifies the chapter in the Operator’s Supplement from which the question was derived. The question is first presented alone, with a simple tap to see the answer. Questions reflect the information pertinent to safe operations in the TH-67 Helicopter. The answers include references to specific materials useful for further study: • AIM - Aeronautical Information Manual • AR95-1 - Aviation Flight Regulations (Department of the Army) • FIH - Flight Information Handbook • FLIP - DOD/U.S. government Flight Information Publications • FM - Flight Manual 03-04.240 • FTG - Flight Training Guide • GP - General Planning (DOD Flight Information Publication) • IFRS - IFR Supplement • OS - TH-67 Operator's Supplement Flashcards reflect the content of the TH-67 Operator's Supplement Compatible with iOS devices, the App features: • 400 questions most frequently asked during a TH-67 helicopter checkout, supported with succinct, ready responses. • Ability to Mark questions from any subject to review collectively as a custom study session • Includes all the questions and answers from the TH-67 Helicopter Flashcards Study Guide by Freddie Ephraim. • Brought to you by a trusted resource in aviation training and publishing, Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA).