Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training

 

Commissioned Air Force Officers, given the highly-coveted job code “92T0”, are selected to become US Air Force Pilots. Student pilots will PCS to their pilot training base for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (SUPT). Upon beginning pilot training, the student will be initiated into the United States Air Force flying community through an intensive year-long pilot training program.

Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training is made up of three phases. These phases consist of academics and pre-flight training (Phase 1), primary aircraft training in the T-6 Texan (Phase 2), and advanced aircraft training in either the T-38 Talon, T-1 Jayhawk, or UH-1H Huey (Phase 3), depending on the student pilot’s specialized aircraft track. In Phase 3 of pilot training, student pilots will create a “Dream Sheet” that numerically lists their most desired aircraft along with the corresponding follow-on assignments.

Final aircraft assignments are given to the Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training bases based on the current or projected needs of the Air Force. The Air Force often needs Pilot Training Instructors, so a select number of student pilots are given assignments to stay at their current base to become Pilot Training Instructors in their training aircraft. These students will attend Pilot Instructor Training (PIT) in San Antonio to become Air Force Instructor Pilots, post-SUPT graduation.

For students attending Pilot Instructor Training (PIT) in San Antonio, we offer military PIT pads conveniently located near Downtown San Antonio with an easy commute to Joint Base San Antonio. Our San Antonio military PIT pads offer incredible amenities including free wifi, fully-stocked kitchens, and all utilities included. Our military PIT pads in San Antonio offer quick access to all of the activities of The River Walk and Downtown San Antonio. Be sure to book your TDY stay at our San Antonio military PIT pads for the best Downtown San Antonio experience around.

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