Ground School

Some articles on school, ground school, ground:

Luke Air Force Base - History - World War II
... Field, making it the largest single engine advanced flying training school in the U.S. 10 weeks and included both flight training and ground school ... Ground school, or classroom training for the advanced flying course, varied from about 100 to 130 hours and was intermingled with flight time in the aircraft ...
Oxford Aviation Academy - Course Structure - Ground School
... Air Law At the end of the six months students will have completed 760 hours of ATPL Ground School ...
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps - Career / Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) Selection - Rated Candidates - Flight Indoctrination Program (FIP)
... In AFROTC, FIP consisted of two blocks, the first being a private pilot ground school course taught by an aeronautically rated USAF officer assigned to the AFROTC detachment's cadre ... The ground school course was also given an AS400 series designation and open to all AFROTC cadets in their senior year regardless of selection or non-selection for ... and/or civilian pilot certifications could also enroll in the FIP ground school and the course was also offered as option for Army ROTC cadets, Naval ROTC (NROTC) midshipmen on both Navy ...
Zalma, Missouri - History
... mill changed owners its output was reduced until finally it ground only feed ... on the corner, southeast of the red brick school ... across the street in front of the house, along the east side of the school ...

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