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APD Handbook Update 1/8/2016 @ 12 am.

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Pilot and gunner will communicate the operations of the ghost hawk. This is not something that we will give to officers to have a field day with. It will mostly pertain to situations into which the senior deems necessary to handle. These situations very seldom happens as sometimes it is very much needed.

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2 hours ago, Talindor said:

Pilot and gunner will communicate the operations of the ghost hawk. This is not something that we will give to officers to have a field day with. It will mostly pertain to situations into which the senior deems necessary to handle. These situations very seldom happens as sometimes it is very much needed.

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5 hours ago, Sociopathic said:

If a SGT isn't in the ghost hawk at the time of its use, does the authorization of going guns hot fall on the pilot?

If not would the gunners have to obtain authorization from the SGT if they sent 3 texts to a heli or came under fire?

Just curious as the it would be the SGT putting their neck on the line with giving a ghost hawk to lower ranks to use in a fight.

What Talindor said. When this is done, it will be testing leadership abilities and effective communication. The final call for guns hot or authorization to fire comes down to the senior.

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