Typhoon simulator whips up a storm (video)
Former Luftwaffe pilot Raffael Klaschka gives Shephard a first-hand look at a Eurofighter Typhoon simulator. The simulator is used for both basic and advanced training, the latter will see students go through scenarios that mimick real-life threats.
Klaschka, now a marketing manager at Eurofighter GmbH, also gives an insight into the future of Eurofighter training and simulation, including bringing in other assets through networking capabilities.
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