By John A. Ausink, Richard S. Marken, Laura L. Miller, Thomas Manacapilli, William W. Taylor
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Future Air Force Missions and Projected Pilot Skills 31 Force has become increasingly dependent upon night operations. Development of these technologies has affected the temporal aspects of how the Air Force can conduct operations—to such an extent that by 2025, flying in all operational conditions, around the clock, will more likely be the norm than not (Secretary of the Air Force, 2002, p. 143). As an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Report indicated: Night operations have become the mainstay of air operations in combat and continue to increase in importance.
The tactical advantages gained by operating at night with the aid of night vision technology, especially NVGs, have been well documented. In order to fully exploit the advantages gained by night operations, our force needs to be well trained and equipped to operate at night. The earlier stages of a pilot’s training have been and still tend to be oriented towards daylight operations. USAF senior officers believe the introduction of effective nighttime NVG-aided training and infrastructure has lagged behind the operational need of a 24hour capability (Martin, 2004, p.
Analyzed together, these two streams of information will provide the context of the demand for future competencies and training aircraft systems. 4 ____________ 2 The phrase combat weapon systems refers, in this context, to fighter, mobility, tanker, and special operations forces aircraft. This description excludes training aircraft, by definition. 5 This is especially true in light of the attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001. As Secretary of the Air Force James G. Roche articulated in a speech at Air University in 2003, “this is a new age of warfare” (Roche, 2003).