What is the Percentage of Applicants who Complete British Army Flying Aptitudes?

Table 1 outlines the number of applicants who, between 2012 and 2017, passed:

  1. The Aircrew Aptitude Test (AAT);
  2. The Army Flying Grading Course (AFGC); and
  3. The Aircrew Medical (AM).
Table 1: Applicants passing AAT, AFGC, and AM
Year AAT AFGC AM
2012 72% 78% 51%
2013 67% 60% 73%
2014 53% 70% 70%
2015 54% 62% 76%
2016 58% 58% 73%
2017 62% 61% 87%

Table 2 outlines the number of applicants considered at the Regimental Selection Board at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS) for commission into the Army Air Corps (AAC).

Table 2: RMAS Applicants
Year No. Commissioned into AAC
2012 20
2013 20
2014 30
2015 20
2016 20
2017 20

Notes:

  1. As per MOD statistics policy, all figures are rounded to avoid bias and ensure individual confidentiality.
  2. With regards to Table 2, applicants may commission into other regiments/corps and then attend the AFGC after completing the commissioning course at RMAS.

Reference

FOI 2018/05314 dated 15 May 2018.

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