As the US Military faces one of the most serious pilot shortages of all time, the issue of retention is at the forefront. Pilots are leaving the force in droves, but the question is why? Part 1 of this two part series breaks down the reasons behind low retention numbers. This topic will be discussed in depth at the 4th Annual Military Flight Training Summit.
See what you will get out of this years Military Flight Training event with this interactive content! click into different benefits and see sessions that will discuss the most important topics. Also see the titles, agencies and organizations that are already on board to attend.
Your one stop for everything you'll need ahead of the event. See who attended the last event, obtain the letter to convince your boss and have the registration form to help jet you on your way.
This 60 PAGE report is an overview of training numbers, notable fixed-wing programmes and requirements, national fixed-wing holdings and future plans, military helicopter training and helicopter holdings and future plans.
The need for combat flight training and simulation has been around for over a century now. In 1914 ground based simulators were designed to better help the air gunners perfect their ability to effectively hit targets. Fast forward one hundred years... read more