Instructor pilots should have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Aircraft training includes flight training and flight training support to execute the AH-64D.
The IP instructs and evaluates performance and competence and serves as mentor/trainer/ professional developer to students.
Training is conducted in accordance with the Army Aircrew Training Manual and applicable training requirements.
IPs conduct preflight and in-flight briefings and post flight debriefings and after action reviews (AAR) to ensure student pilots have a thorough understanding and comprehension of the training materials. ... Continue Reading
AH-64 IP Experience Requirements: U.S. Army qualified IP in the AH-64D.
Shall have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Five plus years as an aviator with last AH-64D flight within the previous 24-months (Army provided currency and refresher training may be provided on as needed basis).
Educational Requirements: Graduate of the US Army AH-64D Instructor Pilot/Methods of Instruction Course.
Clearance: NONE ... Continue Reading
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