What Are the Requirements To Become an Air Force Fighter Pilot?
The United States Air Force is a branch of the military primarily responsible for aerial transportation, warfare, and surveillance. The Air Force employs some of the most advanced aircraft in the world to carry out various missions. The pilots who skillfully operate these aircraft go through extensive testing and training. In this article, you will learn about how to become a United States Air Force pilot, including skills needed, minimum requirements, and answers to frequently asked questions about the career path of Air Force pilots.
Air Force pilots fly aircraft such as fighter jets, bombers, tankers, transport planes, and unmanned aerial vehicles for the United States military. Pilots master aviation skills, conduct flight operations from transportation to combat missions, and train and lead flight crews.
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