As Russia concentrates its forces on its border with Ukraine, NATO and Russia continue to blame each other for the current friction, much of it attributed by Moscow to NATO exercises in Ukraine.
Su-34 cockpit simulator enters service
The Russian Aerospace Forces Military Educational and Scientific Centre (MESC) in Chelyabinsk has begun using a cockpit simulator for the Sukhoi Su-34 (NATO reporting name ‘Fullback’) twin-seat multi-role aircraft.
The simulator replicates the interior of the Su-34 cockpit with an instrument panel and flight control systems as well as an immersive visualisation system, the Central Military District press service announced on 11 January.
Trainee pilots will be able to experience various simulated scenarios when performing combat tasks.
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