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High-G Training at the 711th Human Performance Wing

Avoiding the dreaded G-LOC. Chuck Weirauch reports on the new US Air Force centrifuge at Wright-Patt. The US Air Force’s newest and only human-rated centrifuge is now providing all initial and advanced high-G acceleration training for the Service’s...  Read more

STE, OTW, OTA, and TReX

An MS&T Exclusive Interview with MG Gervais. Major General Maria Gervais is Deputy Commanding General, US Army Combined Arms Center, and Director of the Cross Functional Team (CFT) for the Synthetic Training Environment (STE). At the Defence...  Read more

The Best Simulation Training Capability in the World?

The Royal Australian Navy has a suite of nine simulators supporting a fleet of 24 MH60R helicopters. Kate Warner visited the site at HMAS Albatross in Nowra. Be Aggressive’, the motto of the 725 Squadron of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), reflects the...  Read more

Deck Landing Trials on the QEC

Flight trials off the US East Coast validated the F35/QEC Integration Simulator at BAE Systems Warton. Dim Jones‘ observations on some of the trials. During the last part of 2018, the first of the UK’s new Queen Elizabeth Class (QEC) aircraft...  Read more

To Serve and be Served

Robert W. Moorman explores education, training and employment opportunities available to veterans transitioning to the private sector. Veterans transitioning to civilian life from a command and control structure of the military face numerous challenges...  Read more

Developing the 2040 Cockpit

MS&T Europe Editor Dim Jones visited the BAE Systems Training Simulation Integration Facility (TSIF) at Warton Aerodrome factory in Lancashire, northwest England, to learn more about the company’s future-focus developments. A subtle change of...  Read more