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System for selection of candidates to be military pilots in Polish Air Force Academy in Dęblin

In a conducted by Polish Air Force Academy candidates for studies in year 2012/2013 recruitment process in “pilot” specialization, for the first time Academy used system for selection of candidates to be military pilots. This system was developed and manufactured under contract for a development project between NCBiR and a science-production consortium which included: Polish Air Force Academy(leader), Military Institute of Aviation Medicine and ETC-PZL Aerospace Industries.
One of the main component of the system is designed and built by ETC-PZL special flight simulator with two interchangeable cabins – airplane and helicopter, as well as replaceable for both aircrafts simulation software. Each of the cabins can be used with analog instruments as well as with multifunctional screens called “glass cockpit”. Thanks to that, simulator can also be used in further stages of flight training including candidates for pilots of high-maneuver combat airplanes or helicopters selection. Appropriately designed test program carried on the simulator allows initial assessment of predisposition and motivation level of candidates for pilot profession.

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