Advertising Deadline – 27th August 2019
Publication Date – 13th September 2019
MS&T’s Industry Simulation & Training Awards – Recognizing excellence in the international defense community … the people, products, processes and organizations that provide exceptional value to military clients. Categories include: Outstanding Innovative Product, Outstanding Service and Support Program, Outstanding Training Systems Integration Project, Small Business of the Year, Pioneer Award and new category – Outstanding VR/AR/MR Application.
Turning Up the Training Heat in Orlando: I/ITSEC Preview – MS&T editors anticipate the technologies that will be on display at the simulation and training industry’s spectacular trade fair.
“Learn to Test: Test to Learn” – MS&T’s “flying editor” Dim Jones’ first-hand account of the Empire Test Pilots’ School at Boscombe Down, where contractor QinetiQ and the MoD are investing £85m to enhance capabilities for test pilots and flight engineers of fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.
Moody Suter’s Vision: Red Flag, Blue Flag and the Warrior Preparation Center – Colonel “Moody” Suter developed the iconic Red Flag exercises and later the USAFE Warrior Preparation Center at Einsiedlerhof Air Station, Germany. Editor Rick Adams talks with WPC leadership.
Cold War 2.0 – NORAD today is more than Cold War-era missile defense. The scope of potential enemies has expanded, and their US and Canadian personnel are some of the best-trained decision-makers in the Services. Robert W. Moorman reports on the guardians of Cheyenne Mountain.
Who’s Training Whom in the Middle East – A roundup of recent air, land and maritime defence training initiatives in the Middle East by Group Editor Marty Kauchak.
TSIS 2019 – The NTSA’s Training and Simulation Industry Symposium provides industry a snapshot of procurement intentions for the US Navy and Marine Corps (NAWCTSD) and US Army (PEO STRI) MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch was there.
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