November 19 - 21, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio, Live Oak, TX

Main Day 2

8:00 am - 8:50 am Registration and Morning Networking

8:50 am - 9:00 am Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

9:00 am - 9:45 am Developing Guardsmen Training Competencies to Meet Nearly 175 Geographically AORs

Brigadier General Floyd W. Dunstan - Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Commander, Colorado Air National Guard


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Brigadier General Floyd W. Dunstan

Assistant Adjutant General - Air
Commander, Colorado Air National Guard

The Pilot Training Next Initiative was deliberately set up to allow Airmen to explore a new path to learning and many of the technology solutions developed under the program now are ready to be introduced at varying levels across the Command. The PTN Initiative has gone on to introduce innovation across the Wings over the last year, now the challenge lies with incorporating the data and technology into the training pipeline.

- Technological innovation of interest that bolsters Airmen education earlier in pilot training curriculum
- Understanding and identifying capability gaps of current training education
- Efforts and solutions to curb downloading
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Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Riley

Commander, AETC Detachment 24
Pilot Training Next & Squadron Next

10:30 am - 11:15 am Networking Break and Demo Drive

11:15 am - 12:00 pm Conducting Oversight of RCAF 2nd Division Flight Education and Training

Brigadier General M. Leblanc, MSM, CD - 2nd Canadian Air Division Commander, Royal Canadian Air Force
In order to provide efficient and mission-ready capable Royal Canadian Air Force members, it is imperative to pay close attention to their specific education and training needs to make the biggest impact on overall operational readiness. Brigadier General Leblanc will provide an in-depth viewpoint as to emerging and future RCAF training priorities and needs.

-Supporting initiatives to bolster RCAF individual education and training
-Training tools and systems of interest to RCAF
-RCAF developmental courses to support training management

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Brigadier General M. Leblanc, MSM, CD

2nd Canadian Air Division Commander
Royal Canadian Air Force

The USAF provides aircrew training services to ~1,500 international students annually, accounting for over $200M in foreign funded transactions.  This presentation will provide insight into the scope and scale of this program, and discuss collaboration with foreign partners and industry to meet everyone's flying training needs.

-Efforts to drive TX Aircraft collaboration 
-Advancing technology transfer to partner nations 
-Ongoing partnership efforts 

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Colonel Matt Getty

Chief, Policy and International Training and Education Division
Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force

12:45 pm - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch


1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Providing Combat Airpower via Top Quality Fighter Pilots Training for the NATO Alliance

Lieutenant Colonel Michael Schmidt - Director, Strategic Initiatives, T-38 Instructor Pilot, Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training
The Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program (ENJJPT) at Sheppard AFB, TX is the world's only multi-nationally manned and managed flying training program chartered to produce combat pilots for NATO. Lieutenant Colonel Schmidt will provide insight on how innovation is being spurred across this international training unit. 

-Advancing multi-national pilot training enterprise through innovative equipment for students and IP's
-Efforts of the ENJPPT Innovation Lab
-Ongoing project efforts

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Lieutenant Colonel Michael Schmidt

Director, Strategic Initiatives, T-38 Instructor Pilot
Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training

2:00 pm - 2:45 pm Adaptive Learning for Military Readiness

Technology in the military is changing rapidly with continuous updates which means that learning is critical to prevent attacks and stay military ready. By learning digitally you can save time, lower costs on training, and trust that your team is equipped with they knowledge they need. 

- Transform training for high-stakes environments
- Advance training capabilities at-scale
- Build knowledge and enhance retention 
- Reduce the chance of risks and liabilities by pin-pointing knowledge gaps

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm Afternoon Networking Break

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Advancing Naval Modeling, Simulation, and Training Systems Technologies to Bolster NAWCTSD Mission Success

Captain Timothy M. Hill - Commanding Officer, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division
As the Navy’s principal center for modeling, simulation, and training system technologies, NAWCTSD is primed to provide training solutions and research for a wide spectrum of Naval aviation training. Captain Hill will provide an overview as to their current technological needs and interests, to include how an understanding of what Naval Air domain training will look like for future Naval air personnel.
 
-Aviation training technologies of interest  
-Areas to spur innovation across traditional training practices
- Defining the right balance of training: virtual and simulation vs. live training hours
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Captain Timothy M. Hill

Commanding Officer
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division

3:30 pm - 3:45 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

3:45 pm - 3:45 pm End of Summit