PH Air Force pilots to get more training on 'Cobra' choppers from Jordan

PH Air Force pilots to get more training on 'Cobra' choppers from Jordan

The Philippine Air Force (PAF) pilots assigned that will manned the two Jordan-donated Bell AH-1S "Cobra" helicopters is going to busy for the next few months.
Two of the four PAF pilots that are undergoing training and familiarization with the AH-1S “Cobra” helicopter was requested to stay longer in Jordan until December, for they will receive additional trainings to become PAF’s very first Cobra  instructor pilots (IPs) and test pilots (TPs).

PAF commander, Lt. Gen. Rozzano Briguez reveals that the two pilots will stay in Jordan to complete additional trainings to become test and instructor pilots.
Bell AH-1S "Cobra" helicopter
(photo credit to owner)

The other two are expected to complete their basic training soon, and are expected to be coming home soon to help with the arrival of the two “Cobra” attack helicopters which are expected in the Philippines early in part of next year.
"Test pilots are needed to help fix the aircraft (if there are technical problems) while instructor pilots are needed to train additional pilots to man (the 'Cobra' attack helicopters)," Briguez said

The AH-1 "Cobra" is a two-blade, single-engine attack helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter.
It was developed using the engine, transmission and rotor system of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois. A member of the prolific Huey family, the AH-1 is also referred to as the "Huey Cobra" or "Snake".

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