Understanding the U.S Combat Missions and Aviators
Program managers, system developers and engineers from government and industry involved in the development, upgrade and maintenance of combat aircraft, aircraft systems and sub-systems will gain insight into missions their products are designed for and the individuals who fly them. The course leverages viewpoints from aviators from the various services over many aspects of military aviation. Several of the areas to be presented include: flight training; fighter, bomber, reconnaissance and airlift mission goals; flight safety; the effect of weather on military operations; good/bad pilot vehicle interface; and differences between Army, Navy and Air Force approaches.
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