AIR FORCE RESERVE COMMAND

Undergraduate Flying Training

The Official Undergraduate Flying Training Program of the Air Force Reserve

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General Information

Learn more about the Air Force Reserve Command Undergraduate Flying Training Program.

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Eligibility

Determine your eligibility for flying training in the Air Force Reserve.

3

Sponsorship

Learn how to get sponsored by an Air Force Reserve flying unit.

4

Application

Learn how to submit an application to an AFRC UFT Selection Board.

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Selection Boards

Understand the AFRC UFT Selection Board process, view the board schedule and access prior board results.

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Training Pipeline

Explore the various types and phases of Undergraduate Flying Training.

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Civil Path to Wings

Learn about the Air Force's innovative new way to train pilots with civilian flight experience.

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ROTC (RCP-R)

Discover how Air Force ROTC cadets commission directly into the Air Force Reserve with the Reserve Categorization Process - Rated (RCP-R) program.

News

UFT Boards 24-01R & 24-02

Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters will convene UFT Boards 24-01R (ROTC) and 24-02 at Robins AFB on 11 Oct 23. For a list of upcoming UFT Boards, refer to Section 5.4

UFT Board 23-05 Results

UFT Board 23-05 results have been released. To download the Results Memo, refer to Section 5.5.

Command-Sponsored Program

For UFT Board 24-02, AFRC will accept applications from unsponsored applicants seeking a pilot position (not CSO, ABM or RPA) who have a PCSM score of 90 or greater and who are willing to fly any AFR Mobility Air Forces aircraft (tanker or transport) at any location, at the needs of the Air Force Reserve.

“The selection and training of the persons who are to fly the machines… is the most important consideration.” 

Billy Mitchell, “Winged Defense,” 1925

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