By John A. Ausink, Richard S. Marken, Laura L. Miller, Thomas Manacapilli, William W. Taylor
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Prior to 1961, the analogue of the T-37 phase was called the basic phase. 1 Aircraft Used in Air Force Pilot Training 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 AT/T-6 PA-18 L-21 T-34 T-37 Primary Phase T-6 Advanced Phase AT/T-6 P/F-51 T-28 F-80 T-33 T-38A/C B-17 B-25 T-1 SOURCE: Information derived from Air Education and Training Command (2002a). 1 Pilot Opinions of Current SUPT Among those we interviewed, there was overall satisfaction with the pilots produced under the current SUPT program.
Current projections by the Flight Training System Program Office (SPO) at Wright-Patterson AFB show the T-38C reaching the end of its service life in 2020. Projections for the much younger T-1A, which was introduced in SUPT in 1992, show that it will also reach the end of its service life in 2018 (Air Education and Training Command/ XPPX, 2004a, 2004b). 2 displays the decisions facing the Air Force for these two aircraft. ____________ 8 The Avionics Upgrade Program (AUP) gives the T-38C glass instrument displays, a headup display (HUD), and integrated digital avionics.
1–8). 15 16 Assessing the Impact of Future Operations on Trainer Aircraft Requirements expanding conflict in Southeast Asia and projections of high pilot production goals raised issues about the need for a new trainer aircraft. Thus, the recommendations of these studies must be understood in the context of how their underlying assumptions were influenced by the world military situation. In 1965, an Air University Study concluded that the thencurrent training philosophy and practices would generally remain valid (Shircliffe, 1975, pp.
Assessing the Impact of Future Operations on Trainer Aircraft Requirements by John A. Ausink, Richard S. Marken, Laura L. Miller, Thomas Manacapilli, William W. Taylor