The AI-based training capabilities will increase the quality and consistency of student performance and training production and will reduce the cost of aviation training for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and foreign military services.
Thirty-five years since its last iteration, Italy will host the NATO Tiger Meet exercise this October involving 80 aircraft from over 10 countries, deployed at Gioia del Colle airport, home of the 36th Wing “Caccia” of the Italian Air Force.
The Royal Australian Air Force and Japanese Air Self Defence Force recently trained together at Exercise Bushido Guardian in Japan. This was the first time RAAF F-35A Lightning IIs travelled to Japan as part of the biennial exercise and is the first implementation of a Reciprocal Access Agreement between Japan and Australia last month.
Marty Kauchak, MS&T Editor, remotely joined the Sept. 21 Central Florida Tech Grove-hosted event “Roundtable with the PMs” featuring Colonel Marcus Reynolds, Program Manager for Training Systems (PM TRASYS) and his staff. As connectivity permitted, MS&T gained insights on important developments across the US Marine Corps training portfolio.
This iteration of Red Sands included training, operational demonstrations, and testing of nine systems employing various kinetic and non-kinetic techniques to destroy or disable Unmanned Aerial Systems.