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I/ITSEC 2016: ATC and Rockwell Collins in B-52 win

1st December 2016 - 19:43 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Orlando


Aviation Training Consulting (ATC) based in Altus, Oklahoma, and Rockwell Collins as its subcontractor, will provide training systems upgrades to the US Air Force’s B-52 training system it was announced at I/ITSEC. The eight-year contract runs through 2024 and will ensure that the US Air Force can maintain crew readiness for its increasingly important bomber strike force.

The $22.4 million contract was initially signed in April 2016.

Rockwell Collins will support ATC in restoring concurrency to the B-52 training system by developing major system modifications to support new capabilities on board the B-52 aircraft. Major modifications include upgrades to 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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