Military Flight Training – Army Credentialing Assistance

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 Army Credentialing Assistance (Army COOL)

Army Credentialing Assistance (Army COOL – ArmyIgnited) is a program ran by the US Army that allows Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard receiving funding towards a credential for their future civilian life. The credential does not need to be associated with one’s current Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) so it is a great fit for flight training use!

Active Duty – Army CA COOL

$1,000 is available (Per Year) to Active Duty Members. We can offer you an online 141 Ground School for your Private Pilot Certificate (Pending FAA Approval) that will allow you to take your FAA Written Exam and qualify to graduate from our 141 Private Pilot Flight Course. This will save you time and money when you complete your service and start your flight training! Once you have reached your Expiration Terms of Service (ETS) you can start immediately with your practical flight training as you have already completed your FAA Written Prerequisite.
  • In-Person or Online 141 Ground School
  • Endorsement for FAA Written Exam

National Guard – Army CA COOL

$4,000 is available to National Guard Members. This is enough to take our online 141 Ground School for your Private Pilot Certificate (Pending FAA Approval) that will allow you to take your FAA Written Exam and qualify to graduate from our 141 Private Pilot Flight Course. This will also get you up to 10 hours of flight training, getting you close to 1/3 of the way towards your Private Pilot! This will save you time and money when you complete your service and start your flight training. With 3 years of service, you may complete your Private Pilot Certificate with little to no out-of-pocket cost.
  • In-Person or Online 141 Ground School
  • Enrollment in 141 Flight Training
  • Endorsement for FAA Written Exam
  • Up to 10 to 15 Hours of Flight Training
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