C-12 Formal Training Unit

Edwards AFB is home to the U.S. Air Force C-12 school house. Referred to as a split school house, when an individual is assigned to fly an Air Force C-12 Huron, they spend three weeks in Alabama for systems refresher training in a C-12 simulator. Then they arrive at the C-12 Formal Training Unit at Edwards for a two-week instrument refresher course with several days of academics, a handful of flights and a check ride. (U.S. Air Force photo by Bobbi Zapka)

PHOTO BY: Bobbi Zapka
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