Collins Aerospace Rolls Out First Training Pod for US Navy

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Collins Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., has completed the first pre-production Tactical Combat Training System Increment II (TCTS Inc. II) training pod for the U.S. Navy. This comes just months after the completion of the Critical Design Review (CDR) with the Navy that moved the program into the fabrication, integration and testing phase.

The training pod is a key component of the TCTS Inc. IIsolution, which provides connectivity to and from the aircraft for data andweapons activity during training exercises. The Collins Aerospace TCTS Inc. IItraining pod is the only one available with security that supports requirementsfor today’s fifth and fourth-generation combat aircraft.

“Along with our teammate Leonardo DRS, we’re continuing tohelp our customers move faster toward next-generation air combat training,providing a whole new level of realism and allowing them to truly ‘train asthey fight’ in modern combat scenarios,” said Nick Gibbs, Vice President and GeneralManager, Simulation and Training Solutions for Collins Aerospace.

The TCTS Inc. II program is on track to replace the Navy andMarine Corps’ training range infrastructure to improve effectiveness oftraining across all squadrons and fleet forces. Supporting real-timeoperational air combat training for a variety of missions and platforms, thenew system will enable blended live and synthetic training capabilities. Thescalable and flexible Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS)-based opensystem architecture enables other U.S. armed forces and coalition partners tointegrate this capability as well.

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