February 2013
Airman;Feb2013, p1
The article focuses on the Electronic Flight Bag program, which is aimed at replacing the existing flight bags of bulky charts and other reference materials with tablets. It says that the Air Mobility Command (AMC) aircrews have signed a contract worth $9.36 million to buy 18,000 iPads for use by navigators, pilots, and trainers. Lieutenant Colonel Erin Meinders mentions that using a tablet computer enables them to gather and collect updated military related information.


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