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UK on path to fulfil fast jet training gap

21st November 2019 - 11:58 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Warton


One of the issues of buying training systems is that stove-piped procurements can lead to an inability to network devices to fulfil a common, overarching strategic training concept.

This situation can be overcome by allowing the procurement authority, the user and industry to work more closely together to define requirements and then design efficient and workable training solutions.

Just over three years ago, the UK was planning four major air training procurements for the Royal Air Force (RAF) that were all closely related: Defence Operational Training Capability (Air) Core System & Services (DCS&S); Typhoon Future Synthetic Training (TFST); Air Support

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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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