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

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The selection process at my previous 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 . 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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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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US Air Force FIGHTER PILOT training Documentry

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us air force fighter pilot aircraft The United States Air Force (USAF) is the aerial warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven American uniformed services. Initially part of the United States Army, the USAF was formed as a separate branch of the military on 18 September 1947 under the National Security Act of 1947.[5] It is the most recent branch of the U.S. military to be formed, and is the largest and one of the world's most technologically advanced air forces. The USAF articulates its core functions as Nuclear Deterrence Operations, Special Operations, Air Superiority, Global Integrated ISR, Space Superiority, Command and Control, Cyberspace Superiority, Personnel Recovery, Global Precision Attack, Building Partnerships, Rapid Global Mobility and Agile Combat Support.[6]
The U.S. Air Force is a military service within the Department of the Air Force, one of the three military departments of the Department of Defense. The USAF is headed by the civilian Secretary of the Air Force, who is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. The highest-ranking military officer in the Department of the Air Force is the Chief of Staff of the Air Force who exercises supervision over Air Force units, and serves as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Air Force combat forces are assigned, as directed by the Secretary of Defense, to the Combatant Commanders, and neither the Secretary of the Air Force nor the Chief of Staff have operational command authority over them.
The U.S. Air Force provides air support to ground troops and aids in the recovery of troops in the field. As of 2012, the service operates 5,484 aircraft, 450 ICBMs and 63 satellites. It has a $140 billion budget with 332,854 active personnel, 185,522 civilian personnel, 71,400 reserve personnel, and 106,700 air guard personnel.[2]

Air Superiority
Air Superiority is "that degree of dominance in the air battle of one force over another which permits the conduct of operations by the former and its related land, sea, air, and special operations forces at a given time and place without prohibitive interference by the opposing force" (JP 1-02).[9]

Offensive Counterair (OCA) is defined as "offensive operations to destroy, disrupt, or neutralize enemy aircraft, missiles, launch platforms, and their supporting structures and systems both before and after launch, but as close to their source as possible" (JP 1-02). OCA is the preferred method of countering air and missile threats, since it attempts to defeat the enemy closer to its source and typically enjoys the initiative. OCA comprises attack operations, sweep, escort, and suppression/destruction of enemy air defense.[9]
Defensive Counterair (DCA) is defined as "all the defensive measures designed to detect, identify, intercept, and destroy or negate enemy forces attempting to penetrate or attack through friendly airspace" (JP 1-02). A major goal of DCA operations, in concert with OCA operations, is to provide an area from which forces can operate, secure from air and missile threats. The DCA mission comprises both active and passive defense measures. Active defense is "the employment of limited offensive action and counterattacks to deny a contested area or position to the enemy" (JP 1-02). It includes both ballistic missile defense and air breathing threat defense, and encompasses point defense, area defense, and high value airborne asset defense. Passive defense is "measures taken to reduce the probability of and to minimize the effects of damage caused by hostile action without the intention of taking the initiative" (JP 1-02). It includes detection and warning; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense; camouflage, concealment, and deception; hardening; reconstitution; dispersion; redundancy; and mobility, counter-measures, and stealth.[9]
Airspace control is "a process used to increase operational effectiveness by promoting the safe, efficient, and flexible use of airspace" (JP 1-02). It promotes the safe, efficient, and flexible use of airspace, mitigates the risk of fratricide, enhances both offensive and defensive operations, and permits greater agility of air operations as a whole. It both deconflicts and facilitates integration of joint air operations.[9]

Global Precision Attack
Global Precision Attack is the ability to hold at risk or strike rapidly and persistently, with a wide range of munitions, any target and to create swift, decisive, and precise effects across multiple domains.[9]
Strategic Attack is defined as "offensive action specifically selected to achieve national strategic objectives. These attacks seek to weaken the adversary's ability or will to engage in conflict, and may achieve strategic objectives without necessarily having to achieve operational objectives as a precondition" (AFDD 3–70, Strategic Attack).[9]

Air Interdiction is defined as "air operations conducted to divert, disrupt, delay,

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How Did I Finance My 150.000,- Pilot Training?

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Until a year ago anyone who passed the selection process in The Netherlands was able to get a full loan at a specific bank for the pilot training. This way of selecting people resulted at the time in an honest way of selecting pilots. They were selected because they passed the selection process, not because the students were rich. This situation has changed as there are now too many unemployed pilots out there.

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Become a private pilot – EP1 –

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Private Pilot CHECKRIDE PREP!!!

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UPDATE: I have added a new GoPro to the cockpit! Also I've added some graphics – let me know what you think in the comments below.

Join me as I take 2928S out to Lake Apopka practice area and work on Stalls, Steep turns and Slow Flight. Once back at Orlando Executive (KORL) watch as I work on some soft field takeoffs and short field landings.

Can a private pilot land an airliner? (FREEview 105)

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A day in the Life of a Private Pilot – Flight to Italy

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Watch the day of a private pilot on a sunny flying trip to Trento in Italy for some pasta. Every small detail from the trip was recorded like driving to the airport, the briefing, getting the plane out of the hangar, checks, take off, inflight wing views, cockpit overviews, the landing and much more. You will see magnificent views on the Austrian Alps as we fly over Innsbruck. Enjoy the video, lean back and take a look behind the scenes of privat pilot 🙂

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PPL | Episode 1 | Introduction & Getting My Class 2 Medical ✈

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So this is the first episode of my Private Pilots License series. Unfortunately there is no flying, it's just a quick introduction to myself and to the channel, and I also head down to my local 'AME' to get my class 2 flying medical certificate. Being my first video it's a bit sloppy, but hopefully i'll get better with time 🙂 Thanks for watching!

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Pilot Licenses – CPL

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This is the second video in my "Pilot Licenses" series. In this episode I will be talking about CPL (Commercial Pilot License). What can you do with i? How to get it and and what the difference is to a PPL.
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Welcome!
On this channel you can expect video-blogs, technical instructions, flying techniques and much more about the wonderful world of commercial aviation and the life of airline pilots.
I am using my 13 years of experience as an airline pilot, training-captain and TRI/TRE to give you MY view of the airline business and the role of an airline pilot.

All the content is intended to give you a positive and constructive view into the fantastic world of commercial aviation.
Please keep your comments and questions in the same spirit and please INTERACT. The channel becomes much better then and its intended for YOUR benefit.

The content on this channel is for info and entertainment only and is not intended to replace any existing FCOM manuals or SOP's.
I am only talking for myself and do not represent any specific company, airline or entity.

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