The Air Force's first batch of flight training students of a new type of higher education aircraft was successfully completed.
  ● The training period of flight personnel was shortened. ● The generation of new quality combat power was accelerated.

  In this newspaper, Li Min and Cao Fan reported: In early July, the first batch of air force pilots of a new type of advanced trainer aircraft successfully graduated from a brigade in Shijiazhuang Flight Academy, all of which met the requirements of combat troops. It is understood that the batch of students has been directly assigned to combat troops, and after necessary aircraft modification, they can begin flight training. This is a new attempt by the Air Force to introduce introductory training of fighter aircraft into the flight teaching of higher education aircraft, and it has further broadened the training path for new types of flying personnel.

  In order to shorten the training period of flight talents and accelerate the generation of new air force combat effectiveness, the academy used the new generation training outline of the Air Force as the basis for the first time to use the new generation of higher education aircraft based on the third generation aircraft platform to carry out training training to promote the seamless integration of flight students equipment.

  After one year of flight learning, the first batch of flight trainers of a new type of higher education aircraft completed all the prescribed training content, and the results of political theory, military majors, common courses, flight technology and other courses were all excellent. Under the new teaching mode, the curriculum of the college is more focused on tactical training, air combat confrontation and autonomous control, highlighting the training of students' core abilities, focusing on flight training and improving comprehensive quality. It is reported that, compared with the past, under the same flight duration, the per capita consumption of airborne ammunition for this group of flying students has doubled.

Li Min, Cao Fan