Every year, the Military Flight Training event takes place in London, UK, to bring together the best minds in the community, including military leadership, solution providers and aviation instructors. Unparalleled as a conference in this space, this global forum is the must-attend event to understand the challenges for tomorrow's pilots and to network with the world's leading Primes and Tier Two providers. Don't just take our word for it - find out what our recent attendees thought...
Read this article to learn how commercial start-ups are impacting the military flight training market.
The M-346 has already been adopted in Israel and Italy, and feedback from these nations is proving valuable. In this feature article, Defence IQ explores these recent experiences and why this development in Poland is ushering in a new wave of regional investment into the flight training market.
Read this article for insight into trainer investment and interoperability with supporting assets.
Fresh from his briefing at Military Flight training 2015, Brig. Gen. Phil Garbutt elaborates on the current Canadian strategy for training pilots for its next generation fighter and the unique challenges that the Canadian environment presents to aviators.
Colonel Bradley M. “Critter” Crites is commander of the Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation (AFAMS), which is the lead agent for centralized management of Air Force cross- functional and shared live, virtual and constructive operational training (LVC-OT) foundational capabilities and resources supporting the Air Force service core functions. As commander, Crites is responsible for overseeing Air Force initiatives for enterprise solutions that will help build an efficient foundation to achieve “Readiness Thru LVC,” and allow warfighters to maximise performance and decision-making.
LVC will be a key theme at the Military Flight Training 2017 event. Read this interview to get a senior U.S. perspective on approaching LVC training...
Every year, Defence IQ provides the fixed-wing and rotary-wing community with a comprehensive report on the current key programmes and requirements of trainer aircraft as well as current global holdings.
In this exclusive report, discover what countries such as the UK, the US, Nigeria, France, Poland, Israel, Pakistan, all present at the Military Flight Training 2018 conference and many more.
Synthetic training has an enormous potential in military flight training, enabling allied and partner nations to train together as a coalition at low cost in complex and constructed scenarios. The virtual environment could help create international teams prior to an operation, improving their interoperability and increasing their efficiency.
Ahead of the Military Flight Training 2018, we discussed with LtGen (ret.) Anthony J. Rock, former Inspector General of the U.S. Air Force and Chairman for MFT 2018, about high-fidelity simulation and whether it truly represents an opportunity to leap ahead in military flight training.
Ahead of Military Flight Training 2018, we decided to give our speakers a platform to talk about their perspective on key themes that we will address at the conference.
In this exclusive interview, discover what priorities and challenges Major General Andrew Toth and Group Captain Dennis Tan encounter on flight training, their perspective on the state of synthetic training and what they look forward to learning from other nations at the event.