Air - Military Simulation & Training Magazine

SOF: Leveraging Training Technology

Group editor Marty Kauchak reports that special operations forces (SOF) in the US and other nations are investing in ever more capable technology to train, rehearse and maintain proficiency for their missions.    Requirements across US Special...  Read more

British Industry and the F-35 Lightning

In Issue 3, MS&T looked at the progress of the F-35 programme, with specific focus on aircrew training, and the plans of the partner nations. Depending on their level of partnership in the programme, these nations are also very much involved from an...  Read more

Focus on South Africa TFASA – Part 1

South Africa’s TSFA provides a valuable service to nations requiring flight test qualified personnel. MS&T’s Europe Editor Dim Jones visited the academy. During the latter half of the 20th century, South Africa became increasingly internationally...  Read more

Flight Training Contract

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Erickson Incorporated has contracted with Chilcott Inc. to provide flight training for the Fuerza Aerea Uruguaya (FAU or Uruguayan Air Force) helicopter pilots. The training will be conducted entirely in Spanish and under the agreement, Erickson pilot...  Read more

Boeing Completes CRVS Installations at F-22 MTCs

This October Boeing announced it completed its upgrade of all US Air Force F-22 Raptor Mission Training Centers with its high fidelity Constant Resolution Visual System (CRVS). The system up enhancement will permit Raptor pilots to more realistically...  Read more

T-X: The Reveal

On 20th March, the USAF published the requirements for the Advanced Pilot Training Family of Systems (APT FoS) – aka T-X – to replace the ageing T-38. MS&T’s Dim Jones assesses the impact of key performance characteristics. These were...  Read more