Master The Military Flight Aptitude Tests

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Peterson's, May 22, 2009 - Study Aids - 384 pages
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Admission to a U.S. military flight training program is highly competitive—to qualify, each candidate must earn top scores on a specific test for his or her chosen military branch. Master the Military Flight Aptitude Tests provides exactly what a candidate needs to prepare for each of the military flight aptitude tests, including reviews of instrument comprehension, cyclic orientation, spatial apperception, and much more, including in-depth reviews of each question type. Includes detailed, current data on career opportunities as a military pilot, flight officer, airplane navigator, helicopter pilot and more, with information flight training programs for the Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Army, and Navy.
 

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Contents

MILITARY FLIGHT APTITUDE TESTS
19
3
37
Preparing to Take a Military Flight Aptitude Test
47
5
53
THREE PRACTICE TESTS
153
SelfDescription Inventory
221
Army Alternate Flight Aptitude
243
Navy and Marine Corps Aviation
299
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Lt. Col. Scott Ostrow is chief of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Recruiting Training Branch at Robins Air Force Base, GA. In 2004, he served in Iraq as administrator, deputy commander, and officer in charge of the 332nd Contingency Aero-medical Staging Facility's medical support flight.

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