Experimentation is the key to improved RAF fast-jet training – Training
The RAF is making radical changes to the way it trains its pilots with high-speed aircraft in the RAF Valley, re-evaluating the training pipeline and adding new technologies.
The UK Ministry of Defense is making some significant changes to its Military Flight Training System (MFTS) with regard to the training of pilots with fast jets.
In order to produce 50 pilots of high-speed jets each year, the RAF is adopting some radical changes in terms of “the complexity and interconnectedness of the training pipeline …
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