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    476th vFighter Group
    Training Program

    Required training within the 476 vFG is broken down into two tracks:

    Initial Qualification Training (IQT)
    Provides students the basic training necessary to initially qualify for flying duties without regard to any specific squadron's mission. Training pilots in IQT have a maximum of 3 months to complete the track. Upon graduation of IQT pilots receive a Line Pilot (LP) and Basic Mission Capable (BMC) rating and will be reassigned to the respective airframe Combat Coded Squadron to continue the next phase of pilot training, airframe specific MQT.

    Airframe Specific Mission Qualification Training (MQT)
    Provides students the basic training necessary to qualify for flying duties that directly support a squadron’s mission. Line Pilots have a maximum of 12 months from entry into the 476 vFG Training Program to complete the MQT track. Upon graduation of MQT pilots are awarded a Senior Pilot (SP) and a Combat Mission Ready (CMR) ratings and reassigned to the respective airframe combat unit.

    IQT


    IQT TOPICS

    1.1. Radio Procedures and Nellis AFB Local Area Orientation
    1.2. 2-Ship Day Visual Flight Rules (VFR)
    1.3. Instrument Procedures and Navigation
    1.4. Night / NVG Operations
    Graduate IQT
    Command Staff discretion to roll back to next training class or removal from the group.

    MQT

    MQT TOPICS

    1.1. Mutual support, tactical formations & turns
    1.2. 2-Ship tactical formations & maneuvering
    1.3. Air-to-Air refueling
    1.4. Air-to-Air combat
    1.5. Forward-firing munition employment
    1.6. Free fall munitions
    1.7. AGM-65 Maverick missile
    1.8. Sensors
    1.9. Guided munitions
    1.10. Air-to-Air dissimilar airframe
    1.11. Countermeasures, threat avoidance and evasion
    Graduate MQT
    Command Staff discretion to remove from the group.
    Training Completion
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