A FAIP is a special sort of creature. He or she had the rather questionable privilege of being plowed directly out of undergraduate pilot training right back into instructor duty. Not one millisecond of operational experience of any kind intervenes as, much like a community organizer becoming President of these United States, a bottom feeding slug in a closed society is elevated to semi-divine status. Today an ignorant student and tomorrow a font of aeronautical knowledge and skill but really without a clue about "the life."
Because FAIPs fly little airplanes that can turn upside down and because they are universally reviled as ignorant twits, the USAF is usually benevolent with regard to their future assignments. They generally go to tactical aircraft after three or four years of instructor duty. There they are welcomed as long lost brothers in arms...err, maybe not.
There are few things more humbling for a FAIP than coming face to face with the realization that they don't have a clue and never did about flying high performance jets. Some come around and some don't. But, there is a definite learning process.