Pete Reddan

The Sweat Factor 
Tabletop Scenario-based Training (T-SBT)


Risk Management, the linchpin of proper decision making! “Tabletop Scenario Based Training” (T-SBT) is based on fundamental concepts derived from USAF primary pilot training. We will take the 3P Model in conjunction with Aviate, Navigate, and Communicate, and break down the first principles of Risk Management, Time and Distance and Action/Reaction. 


Tue July 23rd & Thu July 25th

Pilot Proficiency at EAA AirVenture 2024


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The Workshop


Interactive Discussion

What is tabletop scenario-based training and how can that help us become more proficient as pilots?  Pete and his team will lead a discussion on proven USAF can apply to general aviation.


Activity Lab

Military pilots use mental imagery for scenario-based training.  You can do this sitting in a chair, standing against a wall or problem solving in a group.  Chunking, repeating, feeling it.  This is deep practice.

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Flight Simulation

Three "sweat factor" flight scenarios applicable to the Risk Management Process. Tempering through group learning to carry away a workable process for emergency and abnormal situations.  

Pete "Vapor" Reddan was a Lieutenant Colonel and Evaluator Pilot in the United States Air Force qualified in the KC-10A, T-6A and C-17A. Over his 20 year career, he logged over 600 hours of combat and combat support flight time. His major awards include two Air Medals, three Aerial Achievement Medals, and the General James H. Doolittle Trophy for professionalism, courage and leadership during extremely meritorious service in flight.

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