That depends. You go to the fuge after select the type of aircraft that you will be flying. There are certain aircraft specific G profiles that you will undergo in the fuge. This is according to a buddy of mine who is now flying Echos.
Back to the meat of your question. If the instructor pilot comes from a fighter community then he or she has undergone the fuge from way back when. If they are a FAIP (First Assignment IP) it is my understanding that they haven't. Mind you this is for T-38s.
That being said you could throw the T-37, T-6, and T-1 in there. None of those do you need G training for. It's a build as you go type of thing, especially for the helo guys that fly T-6s now.
Believe it or not T-37 has the highest G onset rate of any USAF aircraft. The T-6 can pull some good numbers too, enough that there is a G-suit system in the a/c. The primary trainers (ie. Tweet, Texan, and Tormentor) are where most pilots develop their G tolerance.
Don't forget the squids. The T-34 has blacked students out at 3Gs before. IIRC a aerospace physio LT told me that the T-34 GLOCs more aircrew than any other fleet airplane.
DeltaGuy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 3, posted (6 years 2 months 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 1994 times:
Quoting KevinSmith (Reply 1): Don't forget the squids. The T-34 has blacked students out at 3Gs before. IIRC a aerospace physio LT told me that the T-34 GLOCs more aircrew than any other fleet airplane.
You can get a T-34 to do that, sure...it's got a fast wing and you can be pulling out of a speedy dive before you know it. Now some of the older A's and B's on the civ market are restricted G-wise but I'm sure the C's are out there doing +4/-2 or so all day.