The Navy has many unique needs and roles on the battlefield, and their flight training must be flexible to be able to execute their numerous functions. This session will look at how CNATRA engages in Naval Aviator Training across numerous different aircraft and six different training pipelines. It will also give and update on the Avenger program, the Navy’s answer to the USAF’s Pilot Training Next, which is taking advantage of the latest simulator, VR, AR and AI technologies, all with a goal of reducing total training time training down to 18 months.
• Examine the existing flight simulation and modelling tools at the Navy’s disposal
• Understand what the latest technologies are doing to improve flight training capabilities (Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and others)
• Engage in cost-benefit analysis to pinpoint what to improve and what a reasonable cost is for those improvements
Industry and the government are often at odds with their needs and wants during the contracting process. How can relationships between contractors and the military be built and maintained effectively? This session will focus on strategies for effective communication and execution of contracting and delivery.
Given its location and environment, Israel has flying challenges that are unique. This of course requires flying training that puts a premium on readiness for any situation. This session will look at how the centrality of readiness and operability drives the Israeli Air Force’s approach to flight training.
The challenges of developing next-generation flight training systems and processes present a challenge not only to the US Military, but to our International working partners as well. At this session, you will have the unique opportunity to learn about Royal Air Force air warfare support requirements across multiple operating domains.
- Addressing the changing nature of flight training: necessary next steps to meet next-generation capability
- Defining next-gen RAF training requirements to ensure advanced operational readiness
- Efforts to replace and update existing contracted services
This session will bring together representatives from the United States’ allies within NATO to discuss their unique needs for maintaining aircraft dominance within Europe, especially with regards to updating their toolkit with the latest training aircraft, simulators and live-virtual-connectors.