RAF participates in PTN 2.0 in effort to accelerate pilot training, increase production
Royal Air Force Flight Lt. Darren French (left), Pilot Training Next 2.0 instructor pilot and the RAF's senior national representative, briefs British Army Col. Paddy Logan (center), assistant director for flying training for RAF Headquarters 22 Group, on technology lessons learned at the PTN facility at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Austin, Texas, March 18, 2019. The RAF is participating in PTN's second iteration in an effort to accelerate learning and increase pilot production. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dan Hawkins)
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