With the release of the T-X Program RFP, the fast approaching F-35 IOC and the procurement of the TH-57 replacement, the US Armed Forces are transforming the domestic and international flight training community for decades to come.
As such, the 2nd Annual Military Flight Training USA Summit is taking place in San Antonio, Texas (Nov 2-4) to provide a unique opportunity for military and industry partners to learn, share and connect on the challenges and success shaping this dynamic community for the road ahead.
The event’s core themes have been devised in line with the needs and priorities of the US DoD, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Army, F-35 Partner Nations and industry leader and will delve into:
Innovations for Training in 5th Generation Aircraft:
Engage with the US and International F-35 Partners on their plans, programs and equipment needs for training in the World’s most advanced fighter jet
Innovations for Pilot Training:
Debate downloading and offloading opportunities and potentials across the training program, the most effective live vs synthetic training balance and innovative technologies to advanced training efficiency
Innovations for Rotary and Multi Engine Training:
Evaluate the key rotary and multi-engine training requirements and programs from the US Air Force, US Navy and US Army, including the TH-57 replacement
Sharing their insights are the US DoD and Armed Forces’ leading experts and decision makers on flight training, operations, acquisitions, plans, policy and programs, including:
Frank C. DiGiovanni, Director, Force Training, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Readiness
Mr. Kevin Buckley, Program Executive Officer, Mobility, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, US Air Force
Major General Scott A. Vander Hamm, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations, US Air Force
Rear Admiral Roy Kelley, Incoming Director, Joint Strike Fighter Fleet Integration, US Navy
Brigadier General Andrew A. Croft, Director of Plans, Programs, Requirements and Assessments, Air Education & Training Command, US Air Force
Brigadier General John A. Cherrey, Director of Intelligence, Operations and Nuclear Integration, Air Education and Training Command, US Air Force
Colonel Peter Eide, Program Manager, T-X Program, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, US Air Force
With 150+ Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Training and Operational Commands, Program Manager and industry in attendance the event provides a rare platform to share best practice, recommendations for greater collaboration with US military and industry partners and updates on upcoming live and synthetic equipment modernization.
To confirm you registration please visit MilitaryFlightTrainingUSA.com, call +1-800-882-8684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.