Been SCREWED by Flight Ops One too Many Times? Keep track of your OWN hours!
Want to log your Army flight time the way the Army Does... (ULLS-A and CAFRS), then you definitely want to check this App out!
If you fly a Chinook, Blackhawk, Kiowa Warrior, Apache, or a C-12 Huron, this App will work right out of the gate for you... If you fly something else, add a custom military or civilian aircraft to your flight tabs!
Army Flight Log is simple, intuitive, and easy to use for logging Army Flight time. Great for:
* Logging flight time for individual pilots, crew members, flight surgeons, door gunners, or observers.
* Viewing or Referencing your flight time
* Bouncing your flight time off a CAFRS Experience Report
* Viewing your APART / ATP Minimums at a Glance
* Editing or Deleting an Existing Flight
* iCloud Integration! Use on your iPhone, and sync with your iPad!
* Export a CSV File to EXCEL or NUMBERS so you can view the complete log!
* Add a custom aircraft...
* Historical Flight Time Capture, for the option of viewing your Total Time Accurately.
* A Simple Tabbed Interface that allows you to enter a flight quick and easy!
* Search for a particular flight by Date spread!
* A Dashboard to view important information at a glance!
* Quickly see when your LAST flight was...
* Quickly see when your LAST NVG flight was...
* Quickly see how where you are in your APART flight time progression...
* The ability to quickly edit or delete an existing flight or double entry...
* And much much more!
What Others Have to Say!
5 Stars!! "I have logged about 100 hours in the app so far and love it! It is a super easy way to keep track of my flight time and manage my AFTPs. Great for minimums and has an awesome APART checklist! Thanks Matt! I love the app. Keep 'em coming." --- Jayson C.
5 Stars!! "This is one of the best flight time apps I've seen thats been specifically created for Army Aviators, and for the iPad.... there are a lot of great apps out there, but certainly nothing that has had as much detail, time, and care put into as this one...." --- J. Lyons, IP, MP
My Guarantee: If you aren't happy with the Army Flight Log, email us at the support staff email, and we will assist you in receiving a refund, or help you to utilize the flight log as best as you can.
Give it a shot.... what do you have to lose?
Rebuilt for iOS 11+, graphical updates for iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 6 and 6+, essentially getting it back up and running since iOS11 broke the app... Flights will sync automatically back up as long as you didn't delete the app from your phone, ensure you are logged into your iCloud account for proper sync and ALWAYS reload on a device that has your most recent flight log stored locally. Backup (Export) your flight log often in case of a problem with iCloud or App development.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Lack of support yes but works now
Have to agree with the lack of support response. He has emailed me in the way past but no longer. I was happy to see the iOS 11 app update because I’ve been putting off updating the iOS because of it.
It is a great app for what it is intended. It would be nice to be able to import data from a excel spreadsheet and other user customizable options like getting rid of airframes I don’t fly or duty positions I can’t log.
The syncing is a bit sporadic across devices I agree. The iPad shows my last couple flight correctly but not all my flights from my phone.
All in all happy though. Thanks for finally updating.
Army Aviators: Do yourselves a favor!
BLUF: If you want to fly after the Army, learn how to record your flight time like a civilian, not the Army in your personal log book. A little about myself, I’m a CW4 H60/H72 SP/IE. I’ve been flying in the active Army since 2004. After 23 years of service, I’m ready for the proverbial afterlife (retirement). I want to fly, and converting my army time to civilian time has consumed a good portion of my life. I used this app religiously from 2012 until November of 2016, and ceased using it only due to some bugs that the author couldn’t fix. It would simply not save certain flights, for no identifiable reason. I can not recommend it. There are free apps out there wherein you can document your military flights and save yourself much anguish come transition time. CAFRS already will build you a spreadsheet similar to what this app creates. I have used the “remarks” in creating my civilian logbook, but that is a really marginal benefit. I recommend you look at MyFlightBook. It is super powerful, and absolutely free. Keep your powder dry, and the greasy side down!
Overpriced and out of date, no support from author
I have used this app for a couple of years. I bought it when it was just $10. I can't recommend it at its current price. The app has recently stopped syncing on iCloud. The author does not respond to support requests. The app is basically a fancy front end to an excel file. The app will email you a copy of the file that you can use as a backup. Since it has stopped syncing I have just used the stand alone file to update my flights and I keep it synced in Dropbox. If the app was updated or I could trust it to not lose track of flights I could recommend it at a lower price. I was surprised to see the price more than doubled even though it is the same app from years ago and it now has syncing issues. The author recommends starting with a new copy but then I lose my history of flights. If you know how to make a spreadsheet then just use that and a cloud based storage service and you will get what this app offers for free.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.