USAF special ops wing adopts Fox
Britannica Knowledge Systems has provided its Fox training management system to the 492nd Special Operations Wing of the USAF, to help optimise resource management and training schedules for pilots, weapons officers and additional crew members.
The system was installed with support from CAE USA.
The 492nd Wing sought to move away from legacy methods and tools to streamline and digitise their training systems. As a result, Britannica Knowledge Systems announced on 16 November, all training and evaluation activities can now be digitally monitored throughout the training lifecycle, by all relevant personnel.
‘This centralisation and digitisation enables standardised comparison of performance in all training activities, and visibility of individual and class performance,’ the company added.
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