Updated: CAE to add new innovations to US Army fixed-wing flight training
The US Army awarded CAE Defense & Security the competitive re-compete for its Fixed-Wing Flight Training Service contract on 18 January.
The firm-fixed-price award has an approximate total value of $250 million through 2032 distributed over an initial base period and seven single-year options.
The contract provides comprehensive initial and recurrent training for more than 600 US Army and US Air Force fixed-wing pilots every year.
CAE has been providing aviation training at its Dothan Training Center in Alabama since the initial contract award in 2016.
The training centre supports initial and recurrent training for transitioning army rotary-wing aviators and
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