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NEWS | Feb. 25, 2022

CH-47F: Chinook F-Model Training Info

Chinook completing heavy lift training.
Photo by Scott Sturkol
The Chinook helicopter has changed a lot over the decades. The F-model is the newest aircraft and getting familiar with it comes with use and training.

On the Chinook Extranet website, there are some training courses to get you started on knowing more about your F-model aircraft.

Check out the Chinook Extranet at:  
The site is CAC-enabled, so you’ll need to request access and make sure you use a .mil address when requesting access. When you enter the site, click on Helicopter Training Courses on the right side under Cargo Links. Then you’ll see the following list of F-model cargo helicopter training courses.
  • CH-47F Flight Control Rigging Training
  • CH-47F Cargo Helicopter Familiarization Course
  • CH-47F Software Loading Training
  • Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) Testing Training
  • CH-47F Chinook Platform Heath Environment (CPHE) Training
Make a note that MYI 8.4.6 Non-Rated Crew Member Course and CH-47F CAAS 9.2 to CAAS 9.2.2 Differences Pilot Course are obsolete.

Be sure to always refer to the appropriate TM or IETM for operation and maintenance procedures of your Chinook helicopter.
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