Introducing pilot course graduates, statistics

מסיימי קורס הטיס החדשים. צילום: דובר צה”ל

Next week gets a new generation the wings of aircraft. They came from new graduates and what did their parents? What they choose to attend the course? Introducing graduates
The new course

תאריך: 21/06/2012, 16:30    
מחבר: מערכת אתר צה”ל

Ceremony “wings” of 164 of the aircraft of the Israeli air force, will take place next Thursday in the presence of Minister of Defense, Mr. Ehud Barak, Chief of the General staff, Gen. Benjamin Gantz () and the Air Force Commander, Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel.

65% of graduates of the course are, 14% of communal settlements, 9% of local councils, 6% and 4% seats members of the kibbutz. 12% of adults are not born in Israel, 23% live in the North, 15% in the South, 62%.

50% of the new pilots are “sandwich” children, 32% of them addicted and youngest son 18%. 56% attended high school in real trends, a combined 35%-real humane, 9% studied in humane trend.

Introducing pilot course graduates, statistics

During the academic course curriculum, 47 percent of new graduates studied economics and management, 21% were studying computers and mathematics, information systems 20%, 6% politics and Government and 6% arrived with a BA pilot course.

29% of new graduates are engaged in teaching professions, compared to 26 percent of the fathers are engineers. Most adults 21 years of age, the oldest 25. 39% youth graduates, nearly half of them מ”הצופים. 15% served in a service before the flight course and 9%
Program advance.

Photo: air force. Additional information on the air force website

Translated from Hebrew