Aviation based armed forces OFFICER ACCESSION AND TRAINING SCHOOLS JOINT SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE NAVIGATOR TRAINING J

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Aviation based armed forces OFFICER ACCESSION AND TRAINING SCHOOLS JOINT SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE NAVIGATOR TRAINING (JSUNT) BRIEFING

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Bombs On Target Air Force History Question What is Joint Specialized Undergraduate Navigator Training (JSUNT)? By what means would I be able to discover more data on Air Force guide vocation claims to fame?

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Air Force History Who Is the Leading Ace of the Vietnam War and what was the date he made Ace? Reward address - What does this need to do with JSUNT?

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Colonel Charles B. DeBellevue (Ret) Answer : Col Charles B. DeBellevue (Ret), brought down his fifth and 6th MiGs on 9 September 1972. Reward Answer : As a commander, DeBellevue turned into the principal non-pilot pro and the main expert in the US Air Force amid the Vietnam War. He was a F-4 weapon framework officer with the 555th Tactical Fighter Squadron. Capt Richie and Capt DeBellevue egressing their F-4 after a fruitful MiG kill

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JSUNT is the joint Air Force and Navy Undergraduate Navigator/Naval Flight Officer Training Program JSUNT comprises of two pipelines: NAS Pensacola, Florida Strike (Bomber) track for B-1B WSOs and B-52H pilots Strike/(Fighter) track for F-15E WSOs Randolph AFB, San Antonio, TX Airlift/Tanker/Maritime (ATM) track for guides Electronic Warfare Officer (EWO) track

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Strike and Strike/Fighter Tracks 46 or 53-week course prompting to confirmation as a B-52 guide, B-1 or F-15 weapon framework officer

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Strike and Strike/Fighter Tracks EWO (15 weeks) Strike (3 weeks) T-39 4 flights Intermediate Training (14 weeks) T-34 18 flights T-1 8 flights B-1 WSO Strike Core Training (10 weeks) T-39 13 flights Aviation Pre-Indoctri-country (5 weeks) Primary Training (14 weeks) T-34 12 flights B-52 Nav Strike Fighter (10 weeks) T-39 13 flights F-15 WSO T-34 Mentor Training directed at Pensacola NAS Training Conducted at Randolph AFB T-39 Sabreliner

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Airlift/Tanker/Maritime (ATM) and Electronic Warfare Officer (EWO) Tracks 38-week course prompting to accreditation as an Airlift/Tanker pilot or an overwhelming air ship electronic weapons officer (note sea is the Navy's part)

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ATM/EWO Track at Randolph AFB, TX Airlift/Tanker/Maritime Navigator Course (14 weeks) T-43 11 flights Electronic Warfare Principles (3 weeks) Airmanship (3 weeks) T-1 4 flights K/E/R/O C-135 Nav E-3A Nav An/E/M/H C-130 Nav C-5 Nav Theater Operations (4 weeks) Primary Navigation Course (14 weeks) T-43 5 flights USAF Electronic Weapons Officer Course (20 weeks) T-43 8 flights Theater Operations (4 weeks B-52 EWO RC-135 EWO An/E/M C-130 EWO T-43 Gator T-1 Jayhawk

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Selection for JSUNT Selection to go to JSUNT is focused based upon Navigator Order of Merit (OM) scores Navigator applicants will volunteer for their preferred preparation pipeline and assignments will be founded on (OM) scores AFROTC will choose roughly 70 guide contender to go to the NAS Pensacola pipeline and 140 to go to the Randolph pipeline

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Want to Know More about the Navigator Career Field? AF Manual 36-2105, Officer Classification Manual , is a decent place to begin Ask your unit—none of them might be a guide - yet chances are they have a pal who is Check out the Web- - Start at the AFPC landing page; http://www.afpc.af.mil additionally look at Training Wing 6 in Pensacola at: http://www.cnet.navy.mil/naspcola/trawing6 Get the Navigator Utilization Field (AFSC 12XXX) Occupational Report at: www.omsq.af.mil

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