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The names from Air Mobility Fundamentals -Simulator Course 23-09HS, the first full class to complete a simulator-only follow-on curriculum are engraved on the nose cone of the mid-tier device at Vance Air Force Base, Okla., and displayed during graduation May 1, 2023. The goal of AMF-S is to teach pilots slated for mobility, special operations forces, command, control and intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance, core competencies in crew resource management, autopilot, automation operations, one-engine inoperative and flight management systems to prepare pilots for follow-on training in their selected airframes. AMF-S also serves to provide the intermediate training phase between T-6A training and the complex multi-engine and multi-crew environments for the roughly 900 student pilots that train with Air Education and Training Command before transitioning to formal training units.
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