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  1. UPT 2.5 will be taught by the PIT squadrons. PTN is taught by Det 24 on the T-6 side.
  2. https://www.columbus.af.mil/About-Us/Biographies/Display/Article/1577434/colonel-derek-s-stuart/ Colonel Stuart is a Command Pilot with more than 3,200 flying hours in the C-17, C-141, T-6, and T-37. He has flown combat missions in operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Northern Watch, Southern Watch and Allied Force.
  3. Edit: So is the 150 SOW/CC saying that fancy box checking does not actually make the best qualified? I ask because her bio makes it seem like she was a DSG at Moffett.
  4. All the innovations/best practices from PTN/UPT bases will be baked into the syllabus. It won’t be an ad hoc construct and things won’t be waived for timeline.
  5. You’re always a winner with the classics.
  6. That was one of the Ideas, have zoomies do academics Spring semester and then PA all the academics
  7. UPT 2.5 is two classes of students right now. 21-13 and 21-15 i believe.
  8. Besides T-6 SQ/CCs going waiver crazy on T-1 tracked students, how have you taken away opportunities for real world flying? ASD/AMD has increased for T-6 flights to counter the decreased sortie count. SPs have the opportunity to fly more complex sorties due to the greater programmed mission duration.
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