Absorbing and Developing Qualified Fighter Pilots. The Role by Richard S. Marken,Clarence R. Anderegg, et al.The RAND

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The implication may be that more highly qualified pilots can maintain their skills more reliably using advanced simulator training than could newer, less-experienced pilots whose airmanship skills are not yet as highly developed. This concept deserves more careful examination. The Air Force has long believed that the flying skills of lessexperienced pilots are more perishable because maintaining these skills consistently requires more training and practice for them than for more 30 Absorbing and Developing Qualified Fighter Pilots experienced pilots.

We should also emphasize that the 80-percent-fill factor could be considerably lower than the actual value. 19 When air-superiority tactics are based on a fundamental four-ship employment unit, two-ship training can be far from adequate. 34 Absorbing and Developing Qualified Fighter Pilots integrated training programs to be efficient, all units must have essentially identical simulator systems that are fully functional throughout the fleet, or such systems must be readily available to all units. An additional funding issue that affects simulator effectiveness is the requirement to ensure that the software programs in the simulator remain consistent with those in the aircraft.

The opportunity to train in large force packages similar to those planned for combat 5 One of our reviewers noted that research at Armstrong Laboratories also found that a fullfidelity cockpit and some visual cues were more important than making an effort to include motion. 24 Absorbing and Developing Qualified Fighter Pilots 4. a comprehensive debriefing system that could accurately measure everything from an individual pilot’s performance to an assessment of the overall tactical plan. Each of these elements is present to some degree in the high-fidelity simulators.

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