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Pilots at Pensacola Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Florida

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining the operation of a parachute to student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex.

Instructor explaining operation of parachute to student pilots. Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Instructor explaining operation of parachute to student pilots. Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Student pilots. Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Instructor explaining operation of parachute to student pilots. Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Student pilots learn proper parachuting techniques at the Undergraduate Pilot Training Facility

Student pilots wait in the cockpits of their TA-4J Skyhawk aircraft for their turns at the catapult on the flight deck of the Auxiliary Aircraft Landing Training Ship USS LEXINGTON (AVT 16) during pilot carrier training. Flight deck crewmen stand by near an MD-3A tow tractor at left in the Gulf of Mexico

Accompanied by an instructor, an undergraduate helicopter training student pilots his UH-1U Iroquois helicopter during a training flight near Fort Rucker. As the center of Army aviation, Fort Rucker produces hundreds of aviation course graduates each year. While the majority of these students are soldiers, approximately 50 are Air Force personnel

Accompanied by an instructor, an undergraduate helicopter training student pilots his UH-1H Iroquois helicopter during a training flight near Fort Rucker. As the center of Army aviation, Fort Rucker produces hundreds of aviation course graduates each year. While the majority of these students are soldiers, approximately 50 are Air Force personnel

MAJ Richard Davis, left, and CPT Chris Hofstad, student pilots, fly a 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing RC-135 Stratolifter aircraft over Texas during a training mission. Both men are members of the 38th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron

Mrs. Sandra Maeder the wife of US Air Force 2nd Lieutenant Mike Maeder, pins pilot wings on her husband during Graduation Ceremonies for student pilots at Vance AFB, Oklahoma. From then June 2000 AIRMAN Magazine article "Silver Wing Strut" describing Joint-service pilot training at Vance AFB, Oklahoma