Innovations in basic flight training for the Indonesian Air Force
McGonigal, Richard A.
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This thesis discusses the basic flight training in the Indonesian Air Force Undergraduate Pilot Training (IAF-UPT) and the primary training in the United States Navy Undergraduate Pilot Training (USN-UPT) which uses the same type of aircraft, the T-34C 'Turbo Mentor.' The investigation into the IAF-UPT and the USN-UPT shows the differences in training methods and objectives. Further analysis is presented of three aspects of flight training: the training effectiveness of military flight simulators, military training development, and the benefits of innovation in flight training. The Innovations referred to in the title of this thesis, 'Innovations in Basic Flight Training for the Indonesian Air Force', are derived from the analysis and transferred from the USN-UPT to improve IAF training.
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