Flying Refresher – Time for Rusty Pilots to Get Current

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It’s not always easy for pilots to admit when they’re feeling a bit rusty, but it happens to all of us. Join the instructional staff at Sporty’s Academy for a flying refresher to include flying tips and techniques, regulations, airspace, weather and more!

And if you’ve been away from flying for an extended period of time, we’ll also debunk some of those myths associated with rejoining the aviation community and highlight what may have changed since you last flew.

Please join us to brush up on your aviation knowledge and return to the skies a safer, more proficient pilot.

The Selection Process – Integrated Pilot Training | What Can You Expect? ✓

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The selection process at my previous flight school consisted of three different stages. The interview phase, the tests phase and the medical. During the interview they asked me obvious questions about me, the school and the future. They want to make sure you are able to complete the pilot training without any problems. During the test phase they test your intelligence and your talent to fly. This test phase is different for every school but it will all consist of intelligence tests, math tests, physics tests, multitasking tests, task priotitizing tests and a lot more. Sometimes you will have to actually fly in the simulator and make calculations in the meantime.
The last part of the selection process is the medical part. They check colourblindness, your heart, urine, blood, make different eye tests and a lot more. This was my selection process prior to starting the Integrated Pilot Training. I am sure this process is not the same for every country and/or every flight school. If you are applying for an Integrated program at CAE then this is what you can expect. Best of Luck with your selection and if you have any questions, let me know!

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Air Force Pilot Training: Vance AFB JSUPT Class 15-13

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Welcome to Enid, America

To all those who have helped us earn our wings, thank you!

Very Respectfully,
Vance AFB JSUPT Class 15-13

U.S. Air Force

71st Flying Training Wing
Vance Air Force Base, OK

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United Air Lines Pilot Training Promo Film – 1969

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Brief, but ULTRA-RARE clip of United's sole Learjet 23 included! Visit the UAL Flight Training Center, Denver, CO in 1969, which was Dad's "Home away from Home" for many years. For educational & non commercial purposes only. Be sure to check my channel for the best in VINTAGE & RARE airliner videos!

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Distance Measureing Equipment (DME) — PILOT TRAINING

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Distance measuring equipment (DME) is a transponder-based radio navigation technology that measures slant range distance by timing the propagation delay of VHF or UHF radio signals.

Developed in Australia, it was invented by James Gerry Gerrand [1] under the supervision of Edward George "Taffy" Bowen while employed as Chief of the Division of Radiophysics of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Another engineered version of the system was deployed by Amalgamated Wireless Australasia Limited in the early 1950s operating in the 200 MHz VHF band. This Australian domestic version was referred to by the Federal Department of Civil Aviation as DME(D) (or DME Domestic), and the later international version adopted by ICAO as DME(I).

DME is similar to secondary radar, except in reverse. The system was a post-war development of the IFF (identification friend or foe) systems of World War II. To maintain compatibility, DME is functionally identical to the distance measuring component of TACAN.

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