Inzpire Secures Key Training Contract

9 July 2024

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Inzpire’s Collective Training Business Unit has been awarded a new three-year contract to supply White Force services, in both live and synthetic environments, to the Air and Space Warfare Centre (ASWC) at Royal Air Force Waddington.

The contract, secured through the Engineering Delivery Partnership, is set to benefit frontline training audiences from air, land, space, and maritime domains. Inzpire White Force will support the design and delivery of the RAF’s capstone live flying event, Exercise COBRA WARRIOR, along with multiple synthetic exercises run from the Air Battlespace Training Centre (ABTC) under the GLADIATOR programme. These include connections to coalition partners around the globe. In addition, Inzpire space subject matter experts (SMEs) will now be embedded within the Whole Force to enable truly multi-domain collective training.

White Force comprises a team of SMEs who design and deliver exercises from cradle to grave covering the full Plan, Brief, Execute and Debrief cycle. They enable effective training by coordinating BLUE Force Tasking with RED Aggressor Force adversaries, utilising current threat data and up-to-date tactics, training, and procedures.

The company has had experts as part of the Whole Force at the ABTC for over 16 years and its SMEs at 92 Squadron have been vital to the planning and execution of Exercise COBRA WARRIOR, and other live flying large force employment exercises, since 2015. Inzpire has also supplied training to the Typhoon, Lightning, Tac Air C2, ISR, Air Mobility, Intelligence, Aviation and Reaper Qualified Weapons Instructor Courses.

By merging existing live and synthetic contracts, Inzpire’s White Force can now enable training to be conducted in an appropriate environment. Its flexible workforce – with experience spanning all domains - brings synergy and expertise to provide coherence to live and synthetic training, with the objective to deliver more effective combat forces to the front line.

“The flexibility introduced through this contract is exactly what we need, working in partnership, to optimise how we use our Whole Force personnel to continue to develop and deliver the world-class training we owe to our warfighters,” said Group Captain Jim Calvert, head of Operations and Training Division at ASWC.


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