The Air Force says it’s working on a rating system that would determine which candidates are fit to fly and can serve in the armed forces.
The Air Force is looking to develop a system that gives pilots who have been cleared to fly an advantage over their peers, which it says would make it easier to select and train more of them.
The new system, the Airman Rating System, would measure how well an individual pilots skills match with the Air Forces requirements.
It would also allow the AirForce to track which pilots were most likely to receive the highest rating possible.
The process of assessing pilots is known as the “faa” rating.
The AirForce says it wants to use that rating to determine whether a pilot meets the Airforce’s qualifications for the role.
The current system has several shortcomings, including the lack of information about pilots ability to fly aircraft.
The system does not provide pilots with any idea about what type of aircraft they would be flying.
It also requires pilots to undergo a grueling physical test that lasts up to three weeks, which is usually not enough time to complete a course of training.
The U.S. Air Force also has been under criticism for being slow to award pilots the necessary experience and training to serve as airmen.
It has not been clear how the AirMan Rating System would improve the vetting process, which would be streamlined and make it faster.
The airman rating system has been developed by Air Force Special Operations Command.
The service has not disclosed how much the project cost, but officials say it will likely be between $1 billion and $2 billion.