Roman Nevzorov


The research seems to be important because Ukraine’s integration into international security and European educational systems provide for a high level of professional competence of Ukrainian Armed Forces officers (Ukraine AF), which is considered to be mandatory for assigned task execution, military personnel’s coordination in peacekeeping operations and joint military exercises with different countries, as well as for training, experience exchange, and competitiveness. The purpose of the research: The purpose of the article is to develop a model of best practice for future pilots in simulators. Methods of the research: The main method of the research is analysis of literature and documents regulating flight operations, in order to study issues and theoretical and methodological principles of the research and combat flight modeling in simulators to determine the nature and specifics of pilots’ activity at different stages of combat flights. Results of the research: The article describes a model of professional practice for future pilots, which includes components of their readiness for combat missions. The practical significance: The model is aimed at teachers’ adaptation to new conditions of training of future pilots at HEMIs and at improvement of simulator training.


pilots’ professional readiness; combat flight simulation; simulator; simulation practice

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