Only two weeks to go to this prestigious event. If you haven’t already decided to go, perhaps the information from Defence IQ (see below) may convince you otherwise.
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Ahead of Military Flight Training 2018, we decided to give our speakers a platform to talk about their perspective on the key themes being addressed at this years 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. Download a copy of the interviews here or request a copy via email here.
At the Conference in March (26 – 29) in London, Major General Toth and Group Captain Tan will both be presenting on the following;
Brigadier General Andrew J. Toth (P), Director of Operations, Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Force – The role of the ACC in training a combat-ready force intended for rapid deployment and employment:
- Managing the operational planning, training and command and controlling functions to deploy and employ regular and reserve component combat air forces, including more than 1,900 aircraft, in support of U.S. security objectives
- Air Combat Command’s perspective on training for contested and degraded environments, LVC and red air deficiency
- Achieving combat readiness through operational training for austere environments
Group Captain Dennis Tan, Incoming Officer Commanding – Air Training Wing, Royal Australian Air Force – Examining the RAAF’s pilot training system facilities project – Air 5428 Phase 1 & Australian combat training capability
- Overview and current achievements of the project
- Upgrades to RAAF base facilities in preparation for the upgrade of the PC-9 to the PC-21 for the PTS by early 2019
- What are the timelines for project completion and what increased capability will the modernisation deliver?
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Alice Clochet Online Content Manager