As part of their studies, cadets received ten hours of controlled flight training. S.J. Wittman of Oshkosh agreed to provide flight instruction through his Wittman Flying Service located at the Winnebago County Airport. Wittman's faculty of thirteen instructors used thirteen Piper Cubs and three Taylorcraft L-2Bs in their courses. Wittman used a curriculum furnished by the War Training Service that required ten hours of dual instruction and a minimum of five hours of ground school instruction. The unit had a great record; after approximately 8,000 hours of flying, no serious accidents occurred.