What it Takes to Become a Certified C2-A Pilot

An anxious student pilot is attempting to land a C2-A Greyhound on a U.S. aircraft carrier. It’s part of a qualifications test she must pass ten times in order to be certified as a C2-A pilot. U.S. aircraft carriers all over the world rely on a quiet backstage hero: the C-2 Greyhound–one of the strongest most dependable transport Greyhounds of all time. This lifeline for the U.S. Navy transports high-priority cargo such as critical aircraft parts, passengers, and even the mail. But, it takes a very skilled pilot to land this massive plane on busy, rolling flight decks.