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CAE aims for fixed wing training growth

2nd May 2017 - 15:50 GMT | by Scott Gourley in Nashville, Tennessee


Building on the success of its new Army fixed wing training program, CAE USA is looking for new opportunities and synergies at its facility in Dothan, Alabama.

That was one of the key messages delivered during the recent Army Aviation Association of America (Quad-A) Mission Summit in Nashville, Tennessee.

According to Raymond Duquette, president and general manager, defense & security, CAE USA, the US Army outsources its fixed wing training services under a service provision contract, where the contractor must provide all of the elements of the training system, including initial aircraft for training.

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Scott Gourley

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