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I/ITSEC 2016: US Army about to embark on new era of fixed-wing training

28th November 2016 - 14:05 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Orlando


Construction has been completed on the US Army’s new fixed-wing training centre at Dothan, Alabama.  Over the next two months, CAE and its subcontractors will transition from interim facilities to a new purpose-built facility on the other side of the airfield.

CAE has also announced that the first training device in the Dothan Training Center – a Frasca Grob G120TP flight training device (FTD)– has been installed and is ready-for-training. The first two CAE-built C-12 King Air full-flight simulators (FFS) will begin arriving at the training centre in early 2017.

The company has taken over the fixed-wing training contract from

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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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