T-4G Methodology: Undergraduate Pilot Training T-37 Phase.
Technical rept. Jul 73-May 74,
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB BROOKS AFB TEX
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Results of an earlier study indicated that revised instructional methodologies could be used to save a significant number of T-37 aircraft hours when applied to the instrument training phase of Undergraduate Pilot Training UPT. To determine the operational feasibility of adopting these methodologies command-wide, the 82d Flying Training Wing, Williams Air Force Base, Arizona, in consultation with AFHRL, Flying Training Division personnel, trained a total UPT class using the revised procedures. This report summarizes the methods used in the T-37 phase of the project and includes a copy of the revised syllabus, the Air Training Command prepared evaluation report, and associated schedules and flow charts. The potential savings demonstrated in this study averaged 42 8.8 T-37 hours per student for the instrument training phase and it is recommended that favorable consideration be given to command-wide application.
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