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AEROSPACE AND OPERATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY FLIGHT

Posted 2/20/2015 Printable Fact Sheet

Mission
We prepare personnel for the human factor challenges inherent to military operations with the goal of increasing overall readiness and mission effectiveness. Our mission is to:

1. Aerospace & Operational Physiology Training -- Train aircrew, high-altitude parachutists and Air Force Academy/ROTC cadets on the human factor and physiological threats of modern aviation.

2. Aerospace & Operational Physiology Training Team (AOPTT) -- Integrate human performance optimization training and education into Team Pete operations. The goal of the team is to assist personnel in identifying, eliminating and reducing hazards; increasing work performance and reducing mishaps.

Location
Building 425, 799 Vincent St. (directly behind the base pool and bowling alley, next to the running track)

Hours of Operation
Mondays - Fridays: 6:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Closed on federal holidays and wing down days

Important Information for training students
All students participating in chamber flights must provide proof of current medical clearance:
· AF Form 1042 - Medical Recommendation for Flying or Special Operational Duty
· NAVMED Form 6410/2 - Navy Medical Clearance
· DA Form 4186 (up-slip) or DA Form 2992 - Army Medical Clearance
Refresher students must bring their original physiology training paperwork AF Form 702 - Physiological Training Record

Class schedule:
NOTE: Classes are tailored to specific missions and/or airframes:
· Initial - Personnel who have never completed aerospace and operational physiology training, but need this training to perform in-flight duties (see AFI 11-403, para 2.1. for details)
· Initial HAP - High-Altitude Parachutist (initial students only)
· Track A - Trainer, Fighter, Attack, Bomber, U-2
· Track H - Helicopter
· Track J - High-Altitude Parachutist
· Track T - Transport, Tanker, Reconnaissance
· AFA - Air Force Academy Cadets
· ROTC - Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets

March 2015
-3 Track T
-9/10 Initial
-11 Track H
-12 Initial HAP
-16 Track T
-23/24 Initial
-25 Track J

April 2015
-2 Track A
-7 Track T
-9 Track J
-13/14 Initial
-20 Track T
-28 Initial HAP

May 2015
-4 Track H
-11/12 Initial
-13 Track T
-18/19 Initial
-20 Track T
-27 Initial HAP
-28 Track J

June 2015
-1/2 Initial (double)
-4 Track A
-9 Initial HAP
-11 Track J
-22/23 Initial
-24 Track T
-25 Track H
-30 Initial HAP

July 2015
-2 Track J
-8 Track T
-13/14 Initial (double)
-16 Track A
-21 Initial HAP
-23 Track J
-30 Track T

Snow delays and closures
NOTE: We follow the 21st Space Wing policy for snow delays and closures. If you are attending training during September to April, call 719-556-SNOW or DSN 834-SNOW for possible changes to our schedule.

· During two-hour delays, training will start at 10 a.m.
· Training will be cancelled if the wing declares a base closure. Call (719) 556-4185 or DSN 834-4185 and leave a message with contact information. We will contact you (or your scheduler) to arrange make-up training (next duty day if possible).


For additional information or to schedule training, contact us:
Phone: DSN 834-4185 or commercial (719) 556-4185

Mail:
21 AMDS/SGPT
799 Vincent St., Building 425,
Peterson AFB, Colo., 80914-5140
FAX: DSN 834-7651 or commercial (719) 556-7651

Billeting information:
DSN: 834-7851
Comm: (719) 556-7851





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