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Training at UK CATT can be enhanced

1st March 2017 - 12:06 GMT | by Beth Maundrill in Bristol


The British Army has outlined a future wish-list for its Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (CATT).

The service is seeking the integration of current and future UAVs, from MQ-1 Predators down to hand-launched Desert Hawks; the inclusion of EW capabilities; rapid database production and editing; and the ability to operate 24 hours a day - currently a CATT day lasts just eight hours.

Speaking at the DSET simulation and training conference, Maj Charlie Bagshaw, SO2 at CATT, outlined these requirements as essential to enhancing the training carried out at CATT.

Currently the CATT utilises one simulated UAV which Bagshaw said was

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Beth Maundrill


Beth Maundrill

Beth is Deputy Editor - Land at Shephard Media, managing coverage across all formats of …

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