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M&S and Air Force Medical Training

MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch interviewed Col. Meletios Fotinos. Col Fotinos is the Chief, Medical Modernization Division, Directorate of Medical Services and Training, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command (AETC), Randolph Air Force Base, Tx. He...  Read more

Early Flight Training in the United Kingdom

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Need and effectiveness drove the development and use of flight training devices in the UK. Walter F Ullrich tells the story. In 1909 the French engineer and inventor Léon Levavasseur began operating his Learning Barrel at the Antoinette Flying School on...  Read more

Two Views

The S&T procurement horizon is examined through two prisms – in the US through 2013 TSIS and in Europe through an examination of policy initiatives in France and Austria. Chuck Weirauch and Walter F. Ullrich report. TSIS 2013 It was a packed scene...  Read more

Flight Simulator Census

Compiled by Ian Strachan With drawdown of military forces from combat areas and decreasing military budgets, one might think that flight simulation activity would also decrease. However, the census results indicate continued support for training by...  Read more

Seeking the Visual Grail

4K, laser and solid state illumination and 3D stereoscopic technologies are entering commercial and home markets. What is the potential for military simulation? MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch queried experts from four leading projection and visual systems...  Read more

The Path to Combat Ready

In Part 1, Dim Jones covered the initial training of the RAF’s Typhoon pilots, through the Operational Conversion Unit, No 29(R) Squadron, at RAF Coningsby, from which students emerged as LCR(QRA), or Limited Combat Ready (Quick Reaction Alert); this...  Read more