Basic and advanced Helicopter pilot training program:

 

Course Title: Basic and Advanced Helicopter Training Course (R-44 II)

Aim of the Course: Is to provide basic and advanced helicopter flying training to qualify and prepare GEAA students for entry level to various operational conversion units (OCUs).

Course Description: Basic and Advanced course consists of two elements:


Flying:

Dual instructional and solo sorties flown on Robinson R44-Raven II with emphasis on basic helicopter flying skills, applied flying, and advanced airmanship.

Total Flying Hours to complete the course114.5 Flying Hours

Academic:

Lectures, briefs, and examinations to augment the flying elements and to provide students with comprehensive understanding of basic helicopter aerodynamics and systems.

Total Ground school hours to complete the course: 500 Hours

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Pre-Course Qualifications: None

Qualification Gained Upon Course Completion: Students will be qualified to become a first pilot (day and night on Robinson R-44 II) entry level to the (OCUs) for helicopter type.

Requirements for Trainees Acceptance: All students must be military cadets and have met the military admission requirements in their home states.