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Test Til Pilot I Flyvevåbnet

Test til pilot i flyvevåbnet

Q:  Har altid haft en kæmpe drøm om og være pilot i flyvevåbnet, og har selv testet mig på diverse måder for og teste hand2eye koordination osv og klarer det rimelig godt. Har dog lige 2 spørgsmål som jeg ønsker svar på.

Spørgsmål 1: Er der nogen speciel måde man kan forbedre sig på de hand2eye test eller de test forsvaret opstiller?

Spørgsmål 2: angående de helbreds mæssige krav, er der så nogen specielle krav i forhold til ryggen?

A: Fedt at høre at du godt kunne tænke dig en karriere i Forsvaret. Det er et fedt arbejde med masser af udfordringer, oplevelser og dynamik. Det er et felt i konstant udvikling og trives man i sådan et miljø, så er Forsvaret en fremragende arbejdsplads. Angående dine spørgsmål, så har jeg tidligere svaret lidt på noget af det samme, og vil derfor videresende det svar til dig. Det er af en eller anden årsag ikke havnet på hjemmesiden….

Af gode grunde er de specifikke tests, der bliver anvendt til optagelsesprøven hemmelige, men det handler i bund og grund om at kunne lave noget med dine hænder, samtidigt med du bruger hovedet til noget helt andet. Det kunne eksempelvis være at du skal styre et lille fly på en skærm (holde en højde, kurs og hastighed). Der kunne så være nogle inputs du skal reagere på (det kunne være nogle lyde eller lys som ville aftvinge en reaktion fra dig. Til sidst bliver du måske stillet nogle spørgsmål af instruktøren – noget der ikke har noget med selve “flyvningen” at gøre. I den anden mail jeg sender til dig, er der et link til Forsvarets rekruttering, hvor de har lavet et lille spil, der viser lidt om hvad testen kunne gå ud på. Så hvis du vil forbedre det de tester, så skal du forbedre din simultankapacitet – altså evnen til at gøre flere ting på en gang. Jeg vil dog sige, at den generelle konsensus omkring simultankapacitet er at grundlæggende har man det – eller så har man ikke. Men det er klart at lidt forberedelse aldrig vil skade.
Mht. krav omkring ryggen, så er jeg lidt i tvivl om hvad du mener? Tænker du på tidligere skader på ryggen eller tilsvarende, bliver du nød til at have det undersøgt ved en flyvelæge. Forsvaret vil sikkert kræve de selv undersøger dig. Men det er som sagt lidt svært at svare på, når jeg ikke kender flere detaljer.
Håber det var svar nok, ellers skriver du bare igen.
På vegne af spørg piloten og med venlig hilsen
Check six,
THO

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  1. Hi,
    I saw your post from 2016, where you made this thing with ask-a-fighter-pilot.
    In need your honest opinion to this!

    I’m an 18-year-old student from Denmark.

    My biggest dream is to become a fighter pilot and I’m willing to put everything aside to fulfil that dream, because it would just be the absolute ultimate for me 😁. I do know, however, how hard it is to go all the way. Additionally, if you get through the first 5 months of pilot training, you don’t choose your own wings, they are determined by a higher ranked person and it’s the best who gets a fighter slot.

    The thing is, I’m also the kind of person who likes to create things on my own and earn money, which is why I’d also like to develop my own business. But this dream is secondary, if I could be a pilot.

    So, the absolute goal for me is to be a fighter pilot, which is why I have joystick, throttle, rudders and play DCS + practicing different test like numerical reasoning, arithmetics and that kind of brain-teasing stuff😃 Also, and very important, I’m in the process of getting a glider license, because I was told, that our military actually looked a lot for people who had one of those. (Found out it is very funny too, so that’s just a bonus, where I learn a lot). And that should help me get a little closer towards getting through the keyhole.

    I have about 1 year back as a student and after that I’ve thought about taking a year free, because if you end up as a fighter pilot, you will be committed for quite a few years (17 here, with the education). Also, that would give me a year of earning some money from my job (waiter at a hotel) and practice and learn even more to prepare the best possible.

    Also, I play soccer and strength training on a sidenote, to be fit and happy 😃
    A bit extra about me: I don’t really drink and like parties. It has nothing to do with the above and my dream (okay a bit), but it’s mainly just the person I am and I feel like drinking is a waste of time (even though there’s some social thing to it) and drinking and the things my friends does does not get my closer to my goals.

    Now you know my current situation pretty well, so my question is:

    Would you say I should get started on creating a business for myself too, before I apply for a fighter slot in 2 years, while still focusing on my school, trying to prepare for fighter pilot and playing soccer, or should I start to absolutely only focus on getting my degree and develop my skills to become a fighter pilot, while playing soccer on a sidenote? If it should be the latter, I would buy a vr headset and a better computer so I could really develop this hobby and create some skills that hopefully would give me an edge towards the other who apply (also it’s really fun).

    This is a though answer for me to choose, and I would really like your honest opinion on it, because I would like to get a financial foundation, but my dream of fighter pilot is ready to overrule that, if it can get me a much higher chance of becoming a pilot.

    EDIT – WE HAVE REPLIED TO YOUR PRIVATE EMAIL. /Spoerg-piloten.dk

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