The Air Force will release a final RFP in December, and anticipates awarding a contract in 2017. T-X initial operational capability is planned for 2024. Here is an update on the bids from Raytheon/Leonardo, Boeing/Saab, Northrop/BAE Systems/L-3, and Lockheed Martin & Korea Aerospace Industries.
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In this interview, Rear Admiral Roy Kelley, incomingDirector, USN F-35C Fleet Integration Office discusses Navy's approach to F-35Ctraining, including current simulation method, possible adaptations in futuretraining systems, and his perspective onimproving the training continuum to deliver the level of operational fidelityneeded to field and integrate Navy's first 5th Generation Strike Fighter intothe Fleet.
Ahead of this year’s Military Flight Training USA event, November 2-4 in San Antonio, TX. We sat down with Major General Scott A. Vander Hamm, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations of the US Air Force. He discusses what the current gaps in F-35 training are, and how an accepted T-X Program bid will need to address them, How training needs to be shifted to train pilots effectively, now that the F-35’s air battle management role has increased, and what needs to be done in simulation to provide an accurate operational level of fidelity.
This package includes an interview with Rear Admiral Roy Kelley, incoming Director, USN F-35C Fleet Integration Office discusses Navy's approach to F-35C training, including current simulation method, possible adaptations in future training systems. And Major General Scott A. Vander Hamm, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations of the US Air Force. He discusses what the current gaps in F-35 training are.
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This 60 PAGE report is an overview of training numbers, notable fixed-wing programmes and requirements, national fixed-wing holdings and future plans, military helicopter training and helicopter holdings and future plans.
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In an historic partnership, the Air National Guard recently utilized Draken International's contract air services to support the Guard's annual training exercises on a major scale. Read More...
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The need for combat flight training and simulation has been around for over a century now. In 1914 ground based simulators were designed to better help the air gunners perfect their ability to effectively hit targets. Fast forward one hundred years... read more
Commander Mehdi "Metro" Akacem, Executive Officer, VT-86 Sabrehawks, US Navy presents on Future Considerations:
- What can, what should and what do you do in an LVC environment?
- Challenges to providing integrated LVC environments
- Determining the mission sets LVC can train for
- Evaluating LVC and the mind shift changes required advance LVC from concept to capability
- How might training and operational commands utilize LVC in tandem
- Is there room for coalition LVC training?
An analysis of the top three contenders for the T-X, the military's latest flight trainer fleet. The 4th Annual Military Flight Training Summit provides a breakdown of these jets just a few weeks before the final announcement of the T-X contract, to be awarded by the AETC.
As the US Military faces one of the most serious pilot shortages of all time, the issue of retention is at the forefront. Pilots are leaving the force in droves, but the question is why? Part 1 of this two part series breaks down the reasons behind low retention numbers. This topic will be discussed in depth at the 4th Annual Military Flight Training Summit.
Retention in the military is always a challenge, but now more than ever. The current numbers leave us at about a 2,000 person shortage, causing many to wonder how the military will remedy this. From new pilot training programs to expanded VRAAD to innovative strategies, there are a multitude of opportunities the Force is exploring to close the gap.