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Avalon 2017: RPAS training growth

1st March 2017 - 21:45 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Avalon


The opening day of Avalon 2017 saw General Atomics launch its Team Reaper Australia consortia to bid for the Royal Australian Air Force's AIR 7003 armed unmanned RPAS requirement. The responsibility for training provision for Team Reaper Australia falls to CAE which has been working closely with General Atomics since 2011.

This relationship was formalised with a global memorandum of understanding between the two companies in 2013 that was updated in June 2015 when CAE was selected to provide a training system for Italy's Predator RPAS system.

Italian Air Force personnel are due to conduct factory acceptance tests on the

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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