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USAF hopes VR can bridge gap in C-130 maintenance training

25th February 2020 - 09:00 GMT | by Anna Brown in London


With technology constantly changing, the USAF is actively seeking innovative methods to train its crews with tomorrow’s technology. 

In an attempt to achieve this goal, Air Mobility Command (AMC) and Air Education and Training Command (AETC) have been working on a VR training solution for maintenance training in conjunction with VR specialists, Orlando-based Mass Virtual.

Known as 'the C-130 enterprise', AMC, AETC and Mass Virtual established a working group with airlift wings from Little Rock and Dyess AFBs, as well as Yokota Air Base in Japan and Ramstein Air Base in Germany, to collaborate and eliminate duplication of effort

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Anna Brown


Anna Brown

Anna Brown is a Shephard Media contributor.

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