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AF Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training

Date:
June 10, 2017 - June 17, 2017
Location:
Laughlin AFB, TX
Min. Age:
15
Cost:
$450.00

 

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eServices Short Name Cadet Participant
Course #
Staff Participant 
Course #
Activity Full Name
AF SUPT-FAM 247 248 Air Force Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training

Cadet Requirements:
Age 15 by activity start date
Must have encampment credit when you apply

Dates are subject to change.  

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OVERALL COURSE OBJECTIVE: 
SUPTFC-TX is designed to provide CAP Cadets with a realistic view of USAF SUPT. In one week’s time the CAP cadet will experience as much of what a prospective USAF pilot candidate experiences in 52 weeks of training.    

This course is not a base tour. However (time permitting),
we will attempt to tour other facilities, teach a little bit about Air Force life, and allow the cadets to meet with other career fields to discuss future possibilities. 
Some of the key subject areas are as follows;
  • Classroom Academics (quizzes and end of course tests)
  • Flight Line interaction including flight and mission briefs
  • Shadowing of student pilots where feasible
  • Hands on training with USAF instructors/SUPT students
  • Simulated Flight Training
  • Flights in USAF T-1 Aircraft
  • Visits to other Wing Facilities
  • Interaction with various career fields
 
Simulator and flight training is dependent on availability
and USAF Student Pilot training timeline. 
Academics are taught by SUPTFC staff. Hands-on training involves attending actual classes
(mostly Aerospace Physiology classes)
being taught to USAFSUPT students and either actually
performing some of the training (if feasible) or observing the training.

TYPICAL SCHEDULE: 
The schedule is built around availability
of simulators, aircraft, USAF Academics, and the flightline schedule. 

Classroom academics/tests, visits to other base facilities are planned around
the USAF scheduled activities. In general, the day starts about 7 am and ends around 10 pm.  However, flight line show times may change this earlier or later. 

A typical schedule is as follows;
 
Saturday (DAY 1) – Travel, assemble/in-process, check-in to billeting, initial briefing.
 
Sunday (DAY 2) – SUPTFC Staff taught Academics
 
Monday (Day 3) - Welcome Brief from Wing Representative, Attend Morning Briefing in Air
Force Student
Pilot flight rooms. Energy management, aircraft engines and weather lessons in afternoon.
 
Tuesday (Day 4) - Aerospace Physiology Training all day.
 
Wednesday (Day 5) - T-6/T-38/T-1 simulator flight training. T-1 flights in the afternoon.
 
Thursday (Day 6) - T-6/T-38/T-1 simulator flight training. T-1 flights in the afternoon.
 
Friday (Day 7) - Final Academic Exam and Stand-Up Emergency Procedure Test in the
morning. Graduation and award ceremony in the evening.
 
Saturday (Day 8) - Depart Laughlin AFB, travel home.

 


 

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