Accession Number : ADA194285
Title : The Feasibility of Converting the Tanker, Transport, and Bomber (TTB) Track of Specialized Undergraduate Navigator Training (SUNT) to an All-Simulator Course.
Descriptive Note : Student rept.,
Corporate Author : AIR COMMAND AND STAFF COLL MAXWELL AFB AL
Personal Author(s) : Sauerbry, Stuart D
PDF Url : ADA194285
Report Date : Apr 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 40
Abstract : Navigator training programs and syllabi have gone through numerous evolutions to provide students with the requisite knowledge, skills, and experience to enter combat crew training. Similarly, flight simulators have been the focus of many Air Force modernization programs designed to enhance simulator capabilities across a wide spectrum. State-of-the-art technology has brought about advanced flight simulators with sophisticated visual systems, highly realistic crew training and enhanced instructor roles. Cost considerations aside, questions still remain as to whether modern flight simulators are, or will be, feasibly capable of adapting students to the simulators are or will be feasibly capable of adapting students to the physical and psychological stresses of flight, or adequately preparing them to enter combat crew training. This research specifically examines the potential feasibility of an all-simulator program for the Tanker, Transport, and Bomber track of Specialized Undergraduate Navigator Training.
Descriptors : *NAVIGATORS, *FLIGHT TRAINING, AIR FORCE, BOMBER AIRCRAFT, COSTS, FLIGHT CREWS, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, FLIGHT SIMULATORS, INSTRUCTORS, MILITARY TRAINING, OPTICAL IMAGES, SIMULATORS, STATE OF THE ART, STRESS(PSYCHOLOGY), STUDENTS, WARFARE, STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY), TANKER AIRCRAFT, TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT, COMBAT READINESS
Subject Categories : Military Forces and Organizations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE