The World’s Premier Military Flight Training Conference

Ensuring operational readiness of aircrew for current and future operating environments 

 

The way we train our tactical aircrew has reached crossroads - not only do we need to develop COIN capabilities to support the suppression of terrorism and insurgency - pilots and aircrew must now sustain readiness for potential near-peer conflict and learn to operate in contested and degraded environments. 

Concurrent with today’s operational context,  MFT 2018 will discuss key challenge areas such as: training for contested and degraded environments, delivering LVC in mixed inventories of new and legacy platforms, solving red air deficiency, understanding how LVC interoperability will be delivered, rotary training, recruitment & retention, operational conversion training and crew resource management.

Attracting over 250 military and industry attendees from over 40 nations, MFT 2018 arrives at a time where  guaranteeing air superiority and strike capability has never been tougher. 

We very much hope that you will join the discussion in London, 26 – 29 March. 

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Introducing Your 2018 Chairman

Lieutenant General (ret) Anthony J. Rock

Inspector General of the U.S. Air Force (May 2016 – November 2017)

Chairman, Military Flight Training 2018

 

The general is a command pilot with more than 4200 flying hours, including over 150 combat hours in the F-15C.

General Rock graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio and earned his Air Force commission through Officer Training School. After receiving his wings and serving as a T-37 instructor pilot and flight examiner at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, he served as an F-15C instructor pilot and flight examiner in multiple assignments. During his career he has commanded a fighter squadron, a center, and fighter and air expeditionary wings in Idaho and Iraq.

He has held staff assignments at the Joint Warfighting Center, Air Combat Command, U.S. Northern Command, U.S. Forces Iraq, the Air Staff, and the Joint Staff. Prior to his current assignment, General Rock was Chief, Office of the Defense Representative, Pakistan. General Rock’s final assignment was as the Inspector General of the Air Force, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force. In this capacity, he reported to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force on matters concerning Air Force effectiveness, efficiency and military discipline.

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What Happened at the 2017 event

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Delegates

Industry participation from Lockheed Martin, Boeing, BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman, Textron Aviation, Agusta Westland,

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Presentations

Keynote Briefings from 3 Lieutenant Generals, 2 Major Generals and 6 Brigadier Generals from the 4 corners of the globe

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Nations Represented

Acquisition plans and programs announced by the Israeli Air Force, Turkish Air Force, US Navy, Royal Netherlands Air Force and the Swedish FMV to name a few

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Hours Reserved for Networking

Extensive military and industry engagement opportunities built around the conference briefings

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