MILITARY AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY

The NASTAR Center

This comprehensive course is designed to provide military aircrew (aircraft & helicopter), parachutists, and physiologists with knowledge and skills needed to understand human physiology in flight.
 
One day of each:

  • Altitude Physiology Training
  • Hypoxia demonstration flights (Altitude Chamber)
  • Spatial Disorientation Training
  • Spatial Disorientation flights (Gyrolab GL-1500)
  • Night Vision Training
  • Unaided night vision demonstrations (Night Vision System)

 
Duration: 3 Days
 
Equipment: Altitude Chamber | GYROLAB 2000
 
Prerequisites:
• FAA Class 3 Medical Certificate or equivalent
• Trainees are expected to be in a good state of health and physically capable of taking part in all course activities
 
Certification
Satisfies the requirements of AF I 11- 403 Aerospace Physiology Training Program, AF I 11- 410 Personnel Parachute Operations, and NATO STANAG 3114 Aeromedical Training of Flight Personnel.




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