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  • RAF partners with PTN to innovate pilot training pipeline

    After a visit in May 2018 to the Pilot Training Next facility in Austin and facing a pilot shortage, the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force is taking innovation to the next level with the inclusion of a student and an instructor pilot in the second iteration of the class.
  • Nigerian Air Force leadership visits Columbus AFB, views pilot training program

    Columbus Air Force Base’s Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training program produces some of the world’s greatest aviators for the U.S., but also helps develop aviators of our international partners. Air Vice-Marshal Aliyu Bello, director of training for the Nigerian Air Force, and other members of the Nigerian Air Force visited Columbus AFB, Mississippi, Jan. 24 to get a firsthand view of the SUPT training program and check on a Nigerian student who is currently in class.
  • Altus AFB training more than U.S. Airmen

    The U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft and KC-135 Stratotanker refueling aircraft are capable of getting anywhere in the world within 24 hours.But when tragedy strikes that demands immediate attention the United States military has allies that also have C-17 and KC-135 aircrews, many of which are trained at Altus Air Force Base.Many
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