Air - Military Simulation & Training Magazine

RNZAF receives KA350 for training

The first of four leased King Air KA350 aircraft have been certified for use by the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF). The new aircraft will replace the B200 fleet and provide the RNZAF with domestic multi-engine pilot training capabilities. Air...  Read more

RNLAF acquires UAV simulator

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) 306 Squadron at Leeuwarden Air Base received a desk-top simulator for UAV training. The simulator is part of the Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) Remotely Piloted Air System (RPAS) Training Technology...  Read more

USAF receives new A-29s for training mission

The U.S. Air Force received a new batch of A-29s Super Tucanos aircraft at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia that support the 81st Fighter Squadron in training Afghan pilots and maintainers. The Afghan light-air support training mission gives Afghan pilots...  Read more

ROKAF retires T-103 training aircraft

The Republic of Korean Air Force (ROKAF) completed its replacement of the T-103 training aircraft with the KAI KT-100 four-seat, low-wing, single-engine light aircraft for the introductory flight course for beginner-level...  Read more

Australia receives F-35A training equipment

The Royal Australian Air Force received the first delivery of training equipment for its F-35A Integrated Training Centre. The equipment for the joint strike fighter includes an ejection systems maintenance trainer, a replica of the F-35A aircraft escape...  Read more