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  • 1. Save up to £1,000 12th Annual Register and pay Pre-Conference Focus Day: before 21st Monday 11th March 2013 December 2012! A: Training for the 5th Generation Fighter B: Training for the Modern Rotary Aviator Main Conference: Tuesday 12th – Wednesday 13th March 2013 Venue: Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, London, UK The Community’s Forum for the Discussion of Military Fixed Wing and Rotary Flight Training Requirements, Capabilities and Technologies Request your free VIP Pass All serving International Flag Officers 1* and Above Attend as VIP Guests Military Flight Training 2013’s Global Speaker Faculty Includes:Brigadier General Major General Brigadier General Group Captain Mark Colonel Dale Werner Epper, Slawomir Scott Vander Hamm, Brown, Deputy Van Dusen, T-XCommander Air Force Kaluzinski, Director Plans, Programs Director Flying Program Manager, Training Unit 31, Deputy Commander & and Assessment, Air Training, Number 22 Aeronautical Swiss Air Force Chief of Air Training, Education Training (Training) Group, RAF Systems Center, Polish Air Force Command, US Air Force US Air Force Evolving to Meet the Demands of the Register Now to Benefit From: Community: What’s New For 2013! • Essential market knowledge grained through interactive discussions of the latest flight training programmes with the Going Global - Participate in discussions with Military Decision key decision makers that really matter Makers from North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa and South America • A rare opportunity to learn, share and connect with the New Rotary Focus Day - Delve deep into rotary training deision makers responsible for the T-X programme, UK programmes, procurements and technological developments MFTS, Polish LIFT Requirement and Canada’s Future from across the globe in the inaugural ‘Training for the Modern Advanced Trainer Jet Rotary Aviator Focus Day’ • Lengthy face-to-face networking opportunities to grow and G-6 Industry Panel Discussion - Engage in the strategic develop strategic relations with 100+ Chief’s of Air Staff, thinking shaping the future of the military flight training defence Commanders of Air Training, Heads of Air Procurement, and industry from the leading defence organisations of the sector Operational Trainers New Breakout Session - Immerse yourself in debates surrounding the latest innovations in LVC training, Simulation • Increased market opportunities through the negotiation of new business partnerships with the leading OEM’s vying for Fidelity, Cost Effective Training Solutions and Blue Sky Trainers lucrative contracts upwards of $7.5 Billion. “Very valuable interchange of ideas and Register online at www.militaryflighttraining.com or networking opportunity” contact us on defence@iqpc.co.uk Colonel Kenneth G. Griffin, Chief, Flying Training Requirements Division, US Air Force or +44 (0)207 368 9737Chairing Conference Sponsor: Associate Sponsors: Media Partner: TACTICAL FLIGHT TR AINING SYSTEMS
  • 2. MFT Market Update United States Air Force releases draft T-X KPPs Source: Defence IQ USAF has released the long-awaited set of draft key performance parameters for its upcoming T-X jet trainer designed to replace the Northrop T-38 Talon. TheDear Colleague, potential package is believed to include up to 350 robust and highly capable aircraft, as well as associated courseware and simulator technology.Are you actively looking for a opportunity to learn, share and T-X Programme Manager, Colonel Dale Van Dusen, is set to speak in March atconnect with entire Decision Making Units responsible current the Military Flight Training 2013 event in London to discuss the requirementand future air training programmes such as the $7.5 Billion and meet with industry providers ahead of a formal request for proposals next year.T-X Programme?If so, then join the rest of your flight training community at the12th Annual Military Flight Training conference. For the 12th First Afghan Air Forceyear in a row Defence IQ has worked in close collaboration with students earn wingsMilitary and Industry leaders from the community to provide you Source: Defence IQ with a 360 degree perspective of current and future military fixed On October 15th, 2012, three Afghan aviators became the first fixed-wingwing and rotary flight training requirements, capabilities and students to earn their wings for three decades. Under tutelage from NATO officerstechnologies. at Shindand Air Base, the schooling took place from start to finish entirely within Afghanistan, proving that the nation is well on its way to becoming equipped to introduce a new generation of allied pilots.With continuing support coming from the such decision making The course included more than 250 hoursunits responsible for the T-X Programme, UKMFTS, Poland’s of simulator training and live training inLIFT requirement and Canada’s Advanced Trainer Jet capability C-182 and C-208 aircraft. The next stageat no other event in the world will you have the opportunity to is in developing Afghan instructor pilots to continue the process of experienceconnect with 90+ Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Air Training, and leadership. Meanwhile, the US AirHeads of Air Procurement, and Operational Trainers from the four Force is currently considering the mostcorners of the globe. appropriate COIN aircraft to equip the AAF with in 2013 to continue its mission.In doing so, Military Flight Training has quite literally become thecommunity’s annual general meeting providing a rare platform to Boeing unveils new simulationshare lessons learned and best practice in current military flighttraining requirements, capabilities and programmes, engaging in approachinternational collaboration on a very real level with key allies and Source: Defence IQ strengthen messages of cooperation with counterparts across the Boeing has announced the introduction ofworld. its new simulator system, enabling those training to engage simultaneously with live and computer-generated adversaries.To keep up with this fast paced flight training market, Military The technology provides aircrews with “aFlight Training has had to evolve year on year, with the 2013 complex virtual strike training environment in which to train”, decreasing the numbersummit certainly being no different. With a focus on new nations, of physical aircraft and assets required inrotary training and military/industry collaboration the summit the training process.promises to provide you with all the intelligence and networking Currently, the technology is compatibleopportunities you need to increase your slice of this convoluted with USAF F-15E Eagles and the Navy’syet lucrative market. F/A-18E Super Hornets. Although flight tests have been conducted, a capstone demonstration of the systems is scheduled to take place in 2013. Boeing is sponsoring Military Flight Training 2013, where representatives will discuss itsI hope you will be able to join 150+ of your colleagues latest developments.and customers in March 2013Yours Sincerely Our Promise To You… Over the past 12 years Military Flight Training has consistently delivered the highest quality of information learning and sharing found in any event of its kind across the world. Its ability to provide detailed discussions on flight training requirements, capabilities and innovations ensures that each attendee leaves Simon Wigfield with a wealth of knowledge and a stack of business cards ready to develop their Director, Military Flight Training training programme of product to the next level.P.S. Book onto the Pre-Conference Focus Day to The community recognises that Military Flight Training is the premier form for this sector with many booking their delegate passes or sponsorship packages for themaximised your time out of the office following year onsite at the event.www.militaryflighttraining.com Each year the event evolves to cover the topics that our customers truly need to know about. Out 2013 event is certainly no different and promises to grow even further through our second decade. Book early for best possible pricing! See back page for full pricing details
  • 3. What We Delivered In 2012 150+ 30+ 9+ 25+ Delegates Presentations Hours Reserved Nations For Networking Represented “Good networking “Excellent mix of speakers. It is always “A good mix. arena and good to learn of individual Air Forces Extremely valuable in interesting update challenges and how they are coping. reinforcing thoughts within the military Excellent forum for idea sharing. MFT on the way forward.” flight training area” is an extremely worthwhile conference.” Colonel Rama Iyer, South Mr Thomas Karlsson, Kenneth Ginader, Environmental Tectronics African Air Force Saab Corporation You asked and we deliver for 2013 200+ 35+ 12+ 25+ Delegates Presentations Hours Reserved Nations For Networking RepresentedNew Theme: New Focus Day: New Industry Panel Old Favourites:Following the success of the Quite simply you asked for Discussion: Whilst Military Flight Training2012 summit’s focus on it and we delivered! Military Integral to any successful continues to evolve we will beflight training 2020+, we first Flight Training will launch flight training capability is keeping the old favourites thatdecided to give the 2013 event its first ever ‘Training for the a process of collaboration have kept you coming backa new flavour. For the first time Modern Rotary Aviator’ Focus and development with major year after year including:Military Flight Training will Day. Providing delegates industry providers. Military Training for the 5thhave an overarching theme with an insight into the latest Flight Training recognsies Generation Fighter of ‘Training in an Emerging training regimes, procurement this and will feature a panel Focus DayMarket’ making it the most programmes and technological discussion dedicated to theinternational conference to develops in the world of rotary strategic thinking shaping the Open Forum date. For the first time the training. The focus day gets future of the defence industry Roundtablesconference will have insight to the very soul of the issues from the leading defencefrom all 4 corners of the globe that affect you on a daily basis. organisations in the sector. An Interactive Exhibitionwith presentations from such With presentations delivered Private Delegate nations as the UAE Air Force, by Emerged and Emerging Meeting RoomsIraqi Air Force, Brazilian Air Nations, at no other time willForce and Australian Army. you obtain such a deep insight Extensive Networking from the decision makers that Sessions really matter. Annual Drinks Reception Register now at www.militaryflighttraining.com
  • 4. Military Flight Training 2013’s Global Speaker Faculty Mr Rombout Karelse, Major Hans Major Petr Head of Simulation Peter Bagger, Symek, Centre, Royal Section Chief Deputy Netherlands Air Force Fighters Commander, Branch, Force Major Peter Arts, Tactical Air Development, Defence Helicopter Command, Air Force Colonel Michael Command, Royal Danish Air HQ, Ministry Christoffersson, Netherlands Air Force Force of Defence Head of Air Czech Combat School, Republic Swedish Air Wing Commander Kevin Marsh, Operational Force Commander IV (R) Squadron, RAF Valley Captain Paul Shawcross, Commandant, Defence Helicopter Flying School, UK Ministry of Defence Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 (Training) Group, RAF Colonel Peter Eadie, Commandant and Station Commander, Army Aviation Centre, British Army Lieutenant Colonel Thierry Chabriea, Head of Simulation, French Army Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Brigadier General Rainer Keller,Brigadier General Scott Air Training Commander, Air Force TrainingVander Hamm, Director Plans, Command, Command, German Air ForcePrograms and Assessment, Air Turkish Air ForceEducation Training Command,US Air Force Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight Training Unit 31,Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Swiss Air Force Air ViceProgram Manager, Aeronautical Marshal IsiyakuSystems Center, US Air Force Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Head of Umar, Head Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air of Air TrainingColonel Steven Gray, Chief, Defence School Command,Flying Training Requirements, Nigerian Air ForceAir Education and TrainingCommand, US Air ForceCaptain Chuck Hollingsworth,Chief of Staff, Navy Air TrainingCommand, US Navy Brigadier General Piet Burger,Mr Mike Derespinis, Deputy Director Training andT-X Program Manager, Development, SouthAeronautical Systems Center, African Air ForceUS Air Force Don’t miss the early registration! Save up to £1000, if you register and pay before 21st December. See back page for more details
  • 5. Introducing our 2013 Keynote Speakers Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force Systems Center, US Air Force Brig. Gen. Scott A. Vander Hamm is the Director of Plans, Programs, Requirements and Colonel Dale J. VanDusen is Director, Training Aircraft Joint Program Office and Assessments, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command (AETC), Joint Base Chief, Training Aircraft Division, Agile Combat Support Directorate, Aeronautical San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. He is responsible for command supervision of planning, Systems Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. He leads development, programming, operational capability requirements, studies, analyses, and initiates fielding, and sustainment of various Navy and Air Force training aircraft as well changes to training, materiel, and doctrine through lessons learned to several light aircraft foreign military sales. Previously, Colonel VanDusen led institutionalize improvements affecting almost 100,000 military and budget analysis for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff and directed operational civilian personnel located at 12 AETC bases. Additional test and evaluation of systems for special operations forces. He has commanded responsibilities include creation and annual update of the Building an electronic systems squadron, directed a division of the Air Force Research Partnerships Core Function Master Plan, Program Objective Laboratory, led rapid acquisition activities at Headquarters Air Memorandum initiatives and actions, and oversight of an Air Force, developed combat plans in an air expeditionary wing, operated/tested Force-unique squadron providing timely and analytically rigorous satellites and cruise missiles, and instructed as a military assistant on the staff of decision support for the command. the Secretary General, North Atlantic Treaty Organization. He served as Evaluator Mission Commander and Flight Test Engineer aboard the EC-135E and EC-18B Advanced Range Instrumentation Aircraft fleet and well as several other modified aircraft. Colonel VanDusen deployed as an action officer in the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan, Camp Eggers, Kabul, where he worked developing the Afghan National Army and National Police forces.Major General Major GeneralSlawomir Kaluzinski, Drazen Schuri, Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training,Deputy Commander & Commander, Number 22 (Training) Group, RAFChief of Air Training, Croatian Air ForcePolish Air Force Group Captain Jock Brown was born, raised and educated in the North East of Scotland. After several years in the Air Training Corps he joined the RAF as a direct entrant in 1986 and on completion of flying training was posted to No 28(AC) Sqn in Hong Kong in 1988. There followed 2 further tours on the Wessex with No 72 Sqn in Aldergrove, where he was awarded the Queen Commendation for Bravery in the Air, and then No 60 Sqn at Benson. Accumulating some 3000hrs on type he then left the Wessex as an A2 instructor. Between 1995 andMajor General Staff Lieutenant General Anwar 1999 he flew and instructed on the Bell 212 and BO105 on Loan Service with the Sultan of Brunei Air Force. During this period he also brought in to serviceYurri Baidak, Hamad Amin, Commander, the Black Hawk S70C and introduced Night Vision Goggle flying. His last fullCommander, Iraqi Air Force flying appointment was flying the Merlin as the flight commander training andUkraine Air Force development, again with No 28(AC) Sqn, with 2 operational detachments to the Staff Lieutenant General Hamid Balkans. His last operational flying appointment was as Chief Of Staff at RAF Atiya Khowin, Commander Odiham, with a further role as the deputy Chinook Force Commander, responsible for the deployable Support Helicopter Force Headquarters, detaching on various Army Aviation, Iraqi Army exercises around the world and on operations in Afghanistan. On the ground Group Captain Brown completed No 5 Advanced Command and Dr. Chandra Staff Course in 2002, gaining an MA in Defence Studies. He has served in the Falkland Islands as Sqn Ldr Ops and he has completed 2 tours in the Permanent Sekhar, Group Joint Headquarters: his first in 2000 in the J3 division (Operations) where he Director Colonel Sharon Gernale, Commandant, had desk responsibilities for, among others, the Balkans region, Sierra Leone, Aeronautical Mozambique and our permanent operating bases in Cyprus, Gibraltar and the Development Air Force Flying School, Falkland Islands. His second tour, in 2004, was with J7 the Joint Warfare Establishment, Philippines Air Force Development and Training Centre, with responsibilities for delivering Joint Task DRDO Force level training and exercises including Ex JOINT VENTURE, the largest, most complex, UK command post exercise, preparing future commanders and staffs for deployed operations. Mr Damian It was for his contributions to these exercises and in development of the cross Governmental Comprehensive Approach to operations that he was appointed as Ellacott, Senior an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2006. Advisor, UAE Air Force Prior to taking over as Assistant Director Flying training Group Captain Brown commanded the Defence Helicopter Flying School and completed a deployment in Afghanistan as the Commander of the Joint Aviation Group, commanding all deployed UK Aviation detachments. He is married to Sue and has a son, Josh, and a labradoodle, called Odi. His interests include, golf, football, travel and trying to spend more time with his family. Commander Allen Whittaker, Future Director Aviation Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Air Force Training Capability Implementation Unit 31, Swiss Air Force Team, Australian Defence Force Brigadier General Epper commands Air Force Training Unit 31. He is responsible HQ, Australian Department of for its management and development and directly accountable to the Commander Defence Air Force. Recruit, NCO and officer schools for ground and aircraft maintenance personnel as well as military pilot training are assigned to Brigadier General Epper. In addition, he has the training responsibility for parachuting and is responsible for retaining UAV expertise, which is a primary area of competence. Brigadier General Epper is president of the supervisory committee for the SPHAIR pre-flight training and also member of the Flight Safety Board. Register online at www.militaryflighttraining.com or contact us on defence@iqpc.co.uk or call +44 (0)207 368 9737
  • 6. Agenda at a glanceConference Day One: Conference Day Two:Tuesday 12th March 2013 Wednesday 13th March 201308.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 08.15 COFFEE & REGISTRATION09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, 09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Training Systems and Government Services, Boeing 09.15 GUARANTEEING THE IRAQI AIR FORCES AN EFFECTIVE 09.15 IMPLEMENTING THE UK MFTS PROGRAMME: THE ROAD AHEAD LONG TERM OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES THROUGH THE Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 (Training) Group, RAF GENERATION OF AN EFFECTIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME Staff Lieutenant General Anwar Hamad Amin, Commander, 09.45 ADVANCED LEARNING IN TOTAL TRAINING SOLUTIONS Iraqi Air Force (Pending Final Confirmation) Mr. Matt Mayer, Director of Air Force Programs, Training Systems and 09.45 IDENTIFYING COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS AND FLIGHT Government Services, Boeing TRAINING INITIATIVES FORTHE PHILIPPINES AIR FORCE Colonel Sharon Gernale, Commandant, Air Force Flying 10.15 DEVELOPING THE US AIR FORCE’S TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR THE NEXT School, Philippine Air Force GENERATION Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and Assessment, Air 10.15 G-3 INDUSTRY PANEL DISCUSSION: Education Training Command, US Air Force Mr. Lenny Genna, President, L-3 Link Simulation & Training Ms. Kristin Robertson, Deputy Program Manager, T-X, 10.45 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK Boeing Military Aircraft11.15 5TH GENERATION TRAINING SYSTEMS AND MISSION TRAINING IN A DISTRIBUTED Mr. Tim James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT Mr. Tim James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics 11.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING 11.30 ALIGNING THE CROATIAN AIR FORCE’S FLIGHT11.45 ENHANCING THE POLISH AIR FORCE’S TRAINING CAPABILITIES THROUGH TRAINING PROGRAMMES WITH OPERATIONAL THE ACQUISITION OF A NEW LEAD IN FIGHTER TRAINER ENVIRONMENTS OF THE FUTURE Major General Slawomir Kaluzinski, Deputy Commander & Chief of Air Training, Brigadier General Drazen Schuri, Acting Commander, Polish Air Force (Pending Final Confirmation) Croatian Air Force 12.00 PROVIDING THE NIGERIAN AIR FORCE WITH AN EFFECTIVE 12.15 NEXT GENERATION OF FLIGHT TRAINING ROTARY AND FIXED WING TRAINING CAPABILIT Captain Kenneth Ginader (Rtd.), Director, Business Development, TACTICAL FLIGHT Air Vice Marshal Isiyaku Umar, Head of Air Training Tactical Flight Training Systems, Environmental Tectonics Corporation TR AINING SYSTEMS Command, Nigerian Air Force12.45 NETWORKING LUNCH 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH STREAM A – BASIC TRAINERS STREAM B- LIVE VIRUTAL 14.00 STREAM A- COST STREAM B- SIMULATION Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, Training CONSTRUCTIVE EFFECTIVE TRAINING FIDELITY Systems & Services, The Boeing Company STRATEGIES14.00 STRENGTHENING THE UAE AIR OPTIMISING THE APPLICATION OF 14.30 OPTIMISING THE US ENCOURAGE THE USE FORCE’S TRAINING CAPABILITIES LVC SIMULATON WITHIN TRAINING NAVAL AVAITION’S COSTS OF JOINT NETWORKED THROUGH THE ACQUISITION OF A PROGRAMMES TO REDUCE COST AND TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE SIMULATION IN ORDER NEW BASIC TRAINER INCREASE PILOT PERFORMANCE TRAINING ON BUDGET TO PROVIDE REALISTIC Mr Damian Ellacott, Senior Advisor, UAE r Determining at which point in a training Captain Chuck TRAINING FOR MULTI Air Force programme is it best to use each of the Hollingsworth, Chief of Staff, FUNCTION OPERATIONS on behalf of Brigadier Staff (Pilot) Abdulla three Navy Air Training Command, Mr Rombout Karelse, Jarwan Al Shamsi, Commander, Khalifa Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head US Navy Head of Simulation Centre, Bin Zayed Air College, UAE Air Force of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force Royal Netherlands Air Force14.30 REFORMING THE TURKISH AIR GENERATING LIVE, VIRTUAL, 15.00 EMPLOY EFFECTIVE INTENSIFY THE QUALITY FORCE’S BASIC TRAINER CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION (LVC) TO TRAINING CENTRES OF IMAGE GENERATION CAPABILITIES: HURKUS PROGRESS TRAINING CAPABILITIES FOR TO COMBAT LIMITED FOUND ON YOUR Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Air ADVANCED FIGHTERS AIRSPACE AND LARGE SIMULATOR TO OBTAIN Training Command, Turkish Air Force Colonel Steven Gray, Chief, Flying Training CAPABILITY GAPS THE MOST ADVANCED Requirements, Air Education and Training Brigadier General Piet LEVEL OF REALISM Command, US Air Force Burger, Director Training and Lieutenant Colonel15.00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Development, Thierry Chabriea, Head of DETERMINING WHAT SKILLS SHOULD CHALLENGES FACED INTEGRATING LVC South African Air Force Simulation, French Army BE TRAINED AT THE BASIC LEVELAND INTO CURRENT AND FUTURE TRAINING 15.30 INTERACTIVE PANEL INTERACTIVE PANEL WHAT CAPABILITIES ARE REQUIRED PROGRAMMES DISCUSSION: INDUSTRY DISCUSSION: UTILISING FROM THE TRAINER FOR THE RAF Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, OPERATED TRAINING SIMULATION UPGRADES Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Plans, Programs and Assessment, CENTRES: THE FUTURE TO REDUCE THE NEED Director Flying Training, Number 22 Air Education Training Command, US Air Force OF COST EFFECTIVE HIGH FOR LIVE FLIGHT (Training) Group, RAF Colonel Steven Gray, Chief, Flying LEVEL TRAINING TRAINING Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Air Training Requirements, Air Education and Captain Paul Shawcross, Brigadier General Training Command, Turkish Air Force Training Command, US Air Force Commandant, Defence Werner Epper, Mr Damian Ellacott, Senior Advisor, UAE Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Helicopter Flying School, Commander Flight Training Air Force Head of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force UK MoD Unit 31, Swiss Air Force15.45 COFFEE & NETWORKING Brigadier General Piet Dr. Chandra Sekhar,16.15 IMPLEMENTING THE AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE’S NEW MILITARY PILOT Burger, Director Training Group Director Aeronautical TRAINING CONCEPT and Development, Development Establishment, Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Head of Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air Defence School South African Air Force DRDO Captain Chuck Mr Rombout Karelse,16.45 INTIMATE ROUNDTABLES: IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG MILITARY/INDUSTRY Hollingsworth, Chief of Staff, Head of Simulation Centre, RELATIONSHIP TO ADVANCE THE MILITARY FLIGHT TRAINING SECTOR Navy Air Training Command, Royal Netherlands Air Force Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 (Training) Group, US Navy RAF 16.15 AFTERNOON COFFEE & NETWORKING Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force 16.45 INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: GENERATING AN EFFECTIVE Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force TRAINING SYLLABUS FOR ADVANCED PILOT TRAINING Wing Commander, Kevin Marsh, Operational Commander IV (R) Squadron, Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical RAF Valley Systems Center, US Air Force Colonel Peter Trierweiler Head of Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air Defence School Mr Mike Derespinis, Deputy T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force17.30 Roundtables Feedback 18.30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS18.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
  • 7. Pre-Conference Focus Day Monday 11th March 2013 08.00- 13.15A: Training for the 5th Generation FighterProviding The Stepping Stones To Developing The Most Effective 5th Generation Capable Training ProgrammeAs operational fighter jet procurements actively progress to 5th Generation capabilities, senior officers from the world’s leading air training commands are under significantpressure to provide the most effective training programme for these operational platformsThe Training for the 5th Generation Fighter Focus Day builds on the debates from 2012 to provide military and industry leaders the perfect forum to discuss achievementsover the past year and plans for those ahead. The day will come to a close with an interactive panel discussion designed to provide the perfect opportunity to voiceconcerns, innovations and thoughts in a forum that promotions collaboration.Benefits of Attending End Goal Focus Discussion with the military and industry decision makers already leading the way in 5th generation training Capitalise on thought leading 5th generation concepts being deliberated to gain 1st hand market intelligence Benchmark your solution against the World’s 5th Generation training requirements to align your product for current and future programmes Learn, share and connect with the DMUs from advancing military nations to ensure the growth of long lasting strategic relationship with these future 5th generation nations Hear from industry leaders on their latest technological developments and how they plan to solve the 5th Generation dilemma08.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION What you may have missed in09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS 2012….09.30 ADVANCING THE USAF’S 5TH GENERATION TRAINING CAPABILITIES THROUGH THE ACQUISITION OF THE T-X • Procuring the 5th Generation training requirements In 2012 we took the decision • Instrument and navigation to launch the inaugural ‘Training • Advanced air-to-air for the 5th Generation Fighter • Advanced air-to-ground and cockpit resource management Focus Day’, which as expected • How the T-X will be used to train for 5th Generation Fighters was a great success. Under the • Challenges faced aligning desired TX capabilities with future 5th Gen fighter acquisitions chairmanship of Lieutenant General Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force Yvan Blondin, now the Chief of Mr Mike Derespinis, Deputy T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force Air Staff, Royal Canadian Air Force10.00 INTEGRATED - LIVE, VIRTUAL, CONSTRUCTIVE: REAL TODAY, READY FOR TOMORROW representatives from the USAF, • Cost effective training to meet next generation training requirements RAF, Lockheed Martin, RCAF and • What we’ve learned from Project Alpine others proposed their solutions • Boeing’s vision for the future for this troublesome task. With Mr Rob Lechner, Chief Engineer of Training Research, Boeing Research & Technology an intimate environment created10.30 INCREASING THE SUCCESS RATE OF 5TH GENERATION TRAINING THROUGH RIGOROUS INITIAL PILOT SELECTION discussion flowed freely and paved • Determining the basic skills necessary for a candidate to be selected for 5th generation training the way for some exceptional • What level of aptitude is required to be considered for 5th Generation debates. With 5th Generation • Developing a credible selection system that can reduce costly pilot drop outs Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight Training Unit 31, Swiss Air Force Figthers only going to become more advanced over the years the 201311.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK focus promises to build on 2012 to11.30 REVOLUTIONISING THE GERMAN AIR FORCE’S TRAINING PHILOSOPHIES TO MEET THE LEARNING provide a rare forum for the debate TECHNIQUES OF THE ‘INFORMATION GENERATION’ of one of the most difficult topics in • Who is the ‘Information Generation’ and what does it mean? the flight training community • Integrating current training methodologies alongside new techniques • Utilising modern technology to facilitate greater learning and access to information 2012: The Facts and • Tablets Figures…. • Apps • Reinforce learned skills through increased computer based training Brigadier General Rainer Keller, Commander, Air Training Command, German Air Force12.00 PRODUCING A 5TH GENERATION TRAINING PROGRAMME THAT TRAINS AGAINST THE EVOLVING THREATS OF FUTURE WARFARE 7 Presentations • Determining the enemy threats faced by future 5th Generation Fighters • How will training methods and equipment capabilities evolve to training against these threats • Analysis of warfare types of the future and challenges faced in training for them • What skills will a 5th Gen Pilot need to acquire to combat the enemy of the future Major Hans Peter Bagger, Section Chief Fighters Branch, Tactical Air Command, Danish Air Force 60 Delegates12.30 PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW CAN INDUSTRY MEET AND PROVIDE THE DESIRED REQUIREMENTS AND CAPBAILITIES TO TRAIN FOR 5th GENERATION FIGHTS • Analysis of the required strategic industry/military relationship necessary for success • Investigation into where industry should be placing technological investment to meet military requirements • Importance of Research & Development 65% Military Attendance • Who should be instigating the technological push, industry or military? Brigadier General Rainer Keller, Commander, Air Training Command, German Air Force Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force Wing Commander, Kevin Marsh, Operational Commander IV (R) Squadron, RAF Valley13.15 END OF FOCUS SESSION 13+ Nations Represented LUNCH Book early for best possible pricing! See back page for full pricing details
  • 8. Pre-Conference Focus Day Monday 11th March 2013 13.15 -19.15B: Training for the Modern Rotary AviatorOptimising Training For Rotary Pilots Through The Procurement Of Innovative & Cost Effective Simulators & TrainersAs the operational environments and missions types for rotary pilots have continued to change over recent years so too much training concepts and practices to ensure an effectiveoperational capability. Over the last 20 years the role of helicopters has began to move away from providing support functions to ground based troops and has started to operation as thelead element. This can clearly be seen in the Wars in Iraqi and Afghanistan in addition the Libyan Conflict where helicopters provided precision strike, forward observer, command andcontrol and air strike capabilities. With this changing role becoming even more evident in recent years its vital to ensure that the modern rotary aviator is provided with the most effectivetraining to match the roles he/she will be performing in the field.With this in mind, the inaugural ‘Training for the Modern Rotary Aviator’ Focus Day will provide its military and industry attendees a rare opportunity to discuss the latestrequirements, future capabilities and innovations in technology designed to ensure effective training for modern operational environments. With keynote presentations given by thevery nations currently heavily involved in rotary heavy operations at no other event will you have the opportunity to learn, share and connect on such a subject with the blue skythinkers leading the way on rotary training.Benefits of Attending: Optimise you understanding on the current and future operational roles future rotary aviators are going to have to train for Obtain a global understanding of the future of rotary training through discussions with DMU’s from both emerged and emerging military nations Utilise the opportunity for intimate face-to-face networking on the issues that affect you on a daily basis Obtain product feedback to ensure your solutions are providing the right capabilities for the training of modern army aviators13.15 COFFEE & REGISTRATION G-6 Industry Leaders14.15 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS Panel Discussion14.30 PROVIDING THE IRAQI ARMY WITH A FULLY CAPABLE ROTARY CAPABILITY THROUGH EFFECTIVE OPERATIONAL Integral to any successful flight training TRAINING capability is a process of collaboration and • Analysis of existing training programme development with major industry providers. • Proposed developments The military flight training sector leads • Procuring the necessary equipment to reduce the Iraqi Army Aviation’s training gap the way in ensuring mutually-beneficial • Determining the road map ahead relationships between military and industry • Providing training after the departure of ISAF leaders. It is a model which is not only Staff Lieutenant General Hamid Atiya Khowin, Commander Army Aviation, Iraqi Army of interest to senior international military, but also of major interest to international15.00 ADVANCING THE UK ARMED FORCES ROTARY TRAINING CAPABILITIES providers of smaller components, who • Flight & Simulator tactical training wish to bring their products to a new and • Comprehensive weapons employment training and training requirements exciting market through joint ventures and • Adapting to the combat environment integration with larger industry providers. • Transfer to live flight and deployment In order to strengthen this balance, Captain Paul Shawcross, Commandant, Defence Helicopter Flying School, UK MoD Military Flight Training 2013 will feature15.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK in one of its keynote presentation slots, a panel discussion dedicated to the16.00 THE FUTURE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE ROTARY TRAINING SYSTEM strategic thinking shaping the future of the • Utilising one rotary platform for both Navy and Army requirements defence industry from the leading defence • Benefits and challenges organisations in the market. In this panel • Integrating live, synthetic and classroom aviation training to reduce the current gap between training systems and discussion we’ll look to address such operational platforms issues as: • Outline of procurement cycle and the next steps of acquisition What do top industry leaders see as Commander Allen Whittaker, Future Director Aviation Capability Implementation Team, Australian Defence Force HQ, the steps to optimising military flight Australian Department of Defence (Pending Final Confirmation) training capabilities in emerging and established markets?16.30 ROYAL NETHERLANDS AIR FORCE: INTEGRATING THE HELICOPTER WEAPON INSTRUCTOR COURSE What do top industry leaders see as • Outlining the necessity for a Helicopter weapon instructor course the sectors challenges ahead? • Practical learning’s: implementation, instruction and standardisation of different mission types • Advantages of multi national weapons training What does industry see as the key area Major Peter Arts, Defence Helicopter Command, Royal Netherlands Air Force for future investment in R&D?17.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK What future balance can be met between military procurers and 17.30 VISIONING THE CZECH ARMED FORCE’S ROTARY TRAINING CAPABILITY TOWARDS 2025 international industry? • Evaluating existing capabilities What characteristics of future conflicts • Determining the vision of future warfare and humanitarian operations are • Adapting training programmes and equipment capabilities to modern warfare requirements industry keeping front of mind when Major Petr Symek, Deputy Commander, Force Development, Air Force HQ, Ministry of Defence Czech Republic providing training solutions for the 18.00 BRITISH ARMY AVIATION CENTRE’S TRAINING CAPABILITIES: NOW AND THE ROAD AHEAD future? • Introduction to the AAC Industry Leading Panellists Include: • Advances in phase 2 and 3 ground and flying training • How do we develop further? • Mr. Lenny Genna, President, Colonel Peter Eadie, Commandant and Station Commander, Army Aviation Centre, British Army L-3 Link Simulation And Training18.30 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION UTILISING ADVANCEMENTS AND TRENDS IN ROTARY TRAINING TECHNOLOGIES TO PUSH FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEVELS OF ROTARY TRAINING • Ms. Kristin Robertson, Deputy Program • Develop rotary training for all three forces on the same platform to cut costs in multi-platform maintenance, Manager, T-X, Boeing Military Aircraft instructors and simulators • Reducing the training gap created by differing trainer and combat aircraft engine and rotor mechanisms • Establishing a balance between desired trainer and required training syllabus • Mr. Tim James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics Staff Lieutenant General Hamid Atiya Khowin, Commander Army Aviation, Iraqi Army Captain Paul Shawcross, Commandant, Defence Helicopter Flying School, UK MoD Major Peter Arts, Defence Helicopter Command, Royal Netherlands Air Force19.15 END OF FOCUS DAY Book early for best possible pricing! 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Conference Day One: Tuesday 12th March 201308.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 10.45 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS 11.15 5TH GENERATION TRAINING SYSTEMS AND MISSION TRAINING IN A Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, Training Systems and Government Services, Boeing DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT09.15 IMPLEMENTING THE UK MFTS PROGRAMME: THE ROAD AHEAD r F-35 Aircrew Training System - capabilities and milestones to date r Procuring the Fixed Wing Service Provision Contract requirements r Distributed Mission Training - the future of mission training through 4 Basic distributed simulation 4 Advanced Fast Jet r Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) Technologies - the future of LVC in the 4 Lead-In distributed mission training environment 4 Advanced Multi Engine Mr. Tim James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics r Determining the level of success achieved by the MFTS programme to-date 11.45 ENHANCING THE POLISH AIR FORCE’S TRAINING CAPABILITIES THROUGH r Achieving the MFTS programme in the post SDSR environment THE ACQUISITION OF A NEW LEAD IN FIGHTER TRAINER Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 r Challenges faced through the use of existing capabilities (Training) Group, RAF Mielec TS-11 Iskra trainer jets 4 PZL09.45 ADVANCED LEARNING IN TOTAL TRAINING SOLUTIONS r Discovering the training gaps and how they are to be filled r What “Advanced Learning” means for the future of training r Generating operational flexibility through the acquisition of a combat capable r How games, theories and technology are influencing our approach trainer r Total training solutions for pilot demand, maintainers r Utilise innovative turnkey contractors to guarantee interoperable simulators, Mr. Matt Mayer, Director of Air Force Programs, Training Systems and trainers and training syllabus Government Services, Boeing Major General Slawomir Kaluzinski, Deputy Commander & Chief of Air Training, Polish Air Force (Pending Final Confirmation)10.15 DEVELOPING THE US AIR FORCE’S TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR THE NEXT GENERATION 12.15 NEXT GENERATION OF FLIGHT TRAINING r Generating the requirements for the T-X System of Systems r Revolutionary Paradigm Shift r Aligning desired requirements with current and projected training gaps r The Stress Gap r Optimising the procurement time line to ensure the programme is delivered r Replicating the Authentic Stressors in flight simulation that ARE experienced on time and on budget in aircraft Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and r Cost Benefit Analysis Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force Captain Kenneth Ginader (Rtd.), Director, Business Development, Tactical TACTICAL FLIGHT TR AINING SYSTEMS Flight Training Systems, Environmental Tectonics Corporation12.45 NETWORKING LUNCH POST-LUNCH TOPIC STREAMS STREAM A – BASIC TRAINERS STREAM B- LIVE VIRUTAL CONSTRUCTIVE Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, Training Systems & Services, The Boeing Company14.00 STRENGTHENING THE UAE AIR FORCE’S TRAINING CAPABILITIES OPTIMISING THE APPLICATION OF LVC SIMULATON WITHIN TRAINING THROUGH THE ACQUISITION OF A NEW BASIC TRAINER PROGRAMMES TO REDUCE COST AND INCREASE PILOT PERFORMANCE r Outlining the UAE Air Forces’ prior basic trainer requirement r Determining at which point in a training programme is it best to use each of the three r Challenges faced with new training acquisitions elements of LVC 4 Choosing the right trainer r Maximising the use of LVC to: 4 Integrating into future training programmes 4 Reduce cost of live adversaries through constructive simulation r Role played by simulation in current and future training programmes 4 Implement live training for elements that can only be trained in virtual and constructive Mr Damian Ellacott, Senior Advisor, UAE Air Force environments on behalf of r Enemy attack Brigadier Staff (Pilot) Abdulla Jarwan Al Shamsi, Commander, Khalifa Bin r Evaluating how LVC can be integrated within the ‘System of System’s’ approach for Zayed Air College, UAE Air Force 5th Generation Fighter Training Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force14.30 REFORMING THE TURKISH AIR FORCE’S BASIC TRAINER CAPABILITIES: GENERATING LIVE, VIRTUAL, CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION (LVC) TO PROGRESS HURKUS TRAINING CAPABILITIES FOR ADVANCED FIGHTERS r Outlining the extent of the current training gap r Establishing the LVC environments for advanced fighter training 4 Why upgrade? r Integrate and ensure interoperability of Air Force models and simulations by utilising r Determining the necessary capabilities to ensure the training gap is reduced similar adversaries across the spectrum effectively r Produce LVC integrating ‘architecture programs of record’ to enable effective debriefing r Selecting an efficient procurement cycle that can be completed on time and Colonel Steven Gray, Chief, Flying Training Requirements, Air Education and on budget Training Command, US Air Force r Importance of maintaining strong military industry relationship for future upgrade programmes Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Air Training Command, Turkish Air Force INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: DETERMINING WHAT SKILLS INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: CHALLENGES FACED INTEGRATING LVC INTO SHOULD BE TRAINED AT THE BASIC LEVEL AND WHAT CAPABILITIES CURRENT AND FUTURE TRAINING PROGRAMMES ARE REQUIRED FROM THE TRAINER FOR THE RAF r Determining what is exactly mean by LVC r The role of downloading in basic training r Concerns when mixing current live and simulation training with LVC r Developing an effective training syllabus r Evaluating appropriate threat models for LVC r Role played by industry in trainer capabilities r Integrating LVC across multiple services and nations? Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and (Training) Group, RAF Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Air Training Command, Turkish Air Force Colonel Steven Gray, Chief, Flying Training Requirements, Air Education and Mr Damian Ellacott, Senior Advisor, UAE Air Force Training Command, US Air Force Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force STREAMS END15.45 AFTERNOON COFFEE & NETWORKING16.15 IMPLEMENTING THE AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE’S NEW MILITARY PILOT Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and TRAINING CONCEPT Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force r Why change an established training concept? Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head of Air Combat School, r Analysis varying training philosophies Swedish Air Force r Lesson’s learned from first 3 training groups Wing Commander, Kevin Marsh, Operational Commander IV (R) Squadron, Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Head of Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air RAF Valley Defence School Colonel Peter Trierweiler Head of Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air 16.45 INTIMATE ROUNDTABLES: IMPORTANCE OF A STRONG MILITARY/ Defence School INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIP TO ADVANCE THE MILITARY FLIGHT 17.30 Roundtables Feedback TRAINING SECTOR Group Captain Mark Brown, Deputy Director Flying Training, Number 22 18.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS (Training) Group, RAF Register now at www.militaryflighttraining.com
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Conference Day Two: Wednesday 13th March 201308.15 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 10.15 G-3 INDUSTRY PANEL DISCUSSION:09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS r Determining the future direction of flight training sector r Envisaging the technology innovations of the future09.15 GUARANTEEING THE IRAQI AIR FORCES AN EFFECTIVE LONG TERM r Strengthening long-term investment in R&D through increased OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES THROUGH THE GENERATION OF AN collaboration throughout the supply chain EFFECTIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME r Securing future business in this evolving market sector r Challenges faced generating a training programme from scratch r Opening tier 2 and 3 supply chains r Role played by the Coalition Air Forces Training Team in training the Iraqi Mr. Lenny Genna, President, L-3 Link Simulation & Training Air Force Ms. Kristin Robertson, Deputy Program Manager, T-X, 4 Curriculum Boeing Military Aircraft 4 Advice Mr. Tim James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics 4 F-16 training 11.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING r Increasing rotary training to maintain a similar level of combat capability when the Coalition withdraws 11.30 ALIGNING THE CROATIAN AIR FORCE’S FLIGHT TRAINING Staff Lieutenant General Anwar Hamad Amin, Commander, PROGRAMMES WITH OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS OF THE Iraqi Air Force (Pending Final Confirmation) FUTURE r Evaluating the changing face of airborne warfare09.45 IDENTIFYING COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS AND FLIGHT TRAINING r Utilising flexible training methods to enable quick adaption to new threats INITIATIVES FORTHE PHILIPPINES AIR FORCE r Determining the skills and aptitude of the future pilot r Modernisation of the Philippines Air Force and implications for flight Brigadier General Drazen Schuri, Acting Commander, Croatian Air Force training r Inducting the SF-260F for the Philippines basic training programme 12.00 PROVIDING THE NIGERIAN AIR FORCE WITH AN EFFECTIVE ROTARY r Improving the pilots capacity from the outset of training AND FIXED WING TRAINING CAPABILITY r Identifying and downloading the most cost-effective medium for each r Evaluating the NAF’s existing training philosophy lesson r Upgrading existing fast jet simulation capabilities r Replacing PAF training aircrafts vs. upgrades r Capabilities offered by the International helicopter training school Colonel Sharon Gernale, Commandant, Air Force Flying School, Air Vice Marshal Isiyaku Umar, Head of Air Training Command, Philippine Air Force Nigerian Air Force12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH POST-LUNCH TOPIC STREAMS14.00 STREAM A-COST EFFECTIVE TRAINING STRATEGIES STREAM B-SIMULATION FIDELITY14.30 OPTIMISING THE US NAVAL AVAITION’S COSTS TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE ENCOURAGE THE USE OF JOINT NETWORKED SIMULATION IN ORDER TO TRAINING ON BUDGET PROVIDE REALISTIC TRAINING FOR MULTI FUNCTION OPERATIONS r Model the entire spectrum of Naval Aviation Training across multiple aircraft r Facilitating joint multi function simulation training types 4 Coupling remote simulation facilities into a distributed multi-side network configuration r Identify solutions to achieve training requirements at lower costs, without 4 Optimise realistic intra-simulator radio communications to allow life-like cross nation, sacrificing quality service, function communication capabilities r Fully assess savings, side-effects and unintended consequences of changes to r Command and Control Structures training programmes r Utilising networked simulator to provide realistic war gaming functions r Evaluate commercial solutions Mr Rombout Karelse, Head of Simulation Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force Captain Chuck Hollingsworth, Chief of Staff, Navy Air Training Command, US Navy15.00 EMPLOY EFFECTIVE TRAINING CENTRES TO COMBAT LIMITED AIRSPACE INTENSIFY THE QUALITY OF IMAGE GENERATION FOUND ON YOUR SIMULATOR AND LARGE CAPABILITY GAPS TO OBTAIN THE MOST ADVANCED LEVEL OF REALISM r Successful outsourcing solutions to training in limited airspace r Benefits provided by advanced image generation capabilities r Utilising expert public and private instructors to ensure high level of training r Ensuring fully correlated visual, motion, radar, real-time responses to every pilot action r Develop 3rd party training agreements to guarantee the right pilots, receive or instructor command the right training on the right equipment r Utilise innovative image generators to provide real time environments Brigadier General Piet Burger, Director Training and Development, South 4 Advanced weather effects, African Air Force 4 Satellite Imagery, 4 Dynamic Environments r Implementing Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS) to profit from FLIR imagery Lieutenant Colonel Thierry Chabriea, Head of Simulation, French Army15.30 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: INDUSTRY OPERATED TRAINING INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: UTILISING SIMULATION UPGRADES TO CENTRES: THE FUTURE OF COST EFFECTIVE HIGH LEVEL TRAINING REDUCE THE NEED FOR LIVE FLIGHT TRAINING r Cost benefit analysis of using training centres for all phases of training r Can simulation ever really replace live flight? r Controlling the level of training received by outsourced pilots r At what stage does increasing simulation realism become an ineffective solution r Providing military instructors to compliment those from industry r Cost effective simulation upgrades r Perceiving training centres as industry variations of coalitions Brigadier General Werner Captain Paul Shawcross, Epper, Commander Flight Training Unit 31, Swiss Air Force Commandant, Defence Helicopter Flying School, UK MoD Dr. Chandra Sekhar, Brigadier General Piet Burger, Group Director Aeronautical Development Establishment, DRDO Director Training and Development, South African Air Force Mr Rombout Karelse, Captain Chuck Hollingsworth, Head of Simulation Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force Chief of Staff, Navy Air Training Command, US Navy STREAMS END16.15 AFTERNOON COFFEE & NETWORKING16.45 INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: GENERATING AN EFFECTIVE TRAINING SYLLABUS FOR ADVANCED PILOT TRAININGWhat would a future training syllabus contain Merits of training specific skills are certain places in the course r Do we want Pilots to go supersonic in training? r How many G’s are to be pulled to train pilots for 4th or 5th Generationaircraft r What level of systems knowledge is required in advanced training Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force Mr Mike Derespinis, Deputy T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force18.30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS For your booking enquires call us on +44 (0)207 368 9737
  • 11. “Excellent updates and overall pictures of worldwide training needs and thoughts for the future.” Colonel Paolo Baldasso, ITAF“This event provides awelcome opportunityto engage and interactwith global militaryflight training “Excellent speakerscommanders and and topics.experts” Information wasColonel Paul Keddy, Canadian DND extremely relevant to the challenges faced by the training communi- ty. Excellent breadth of material, diverse audience, good presentations.” Rudi Woodward, ACC/A3AR
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  • 13. How Can You Meet Your Marketing And Business Development Objectives At 12th Annual Military Flight Training? Networking Branding Thought Leadership Ensure that you have the Your company can be elevated If you think that you should be viewed as opportunity to engage with the to a position where they are a true industry leader then your need to key decision makers within seen as a market leader. In demonstrate your market knowledge and your industry. We can create a a fiercely competitive market expertise through a thought leadership platform for you to effectively you need to ensure that your opportunity, such as speaking or chairing. interact with your top customers brand is differentiated from This is a highly unique opportunity for your and prospects in the environment the competition. Failure to company to educate the market, and as long of your choice. This can range create a clear identity will see as you are credible enough to fit into a high from formalised private meetings your organisation fade into the level event programme, we can position your / workshops right through to background. We ensure that organisation alongside top customers and less structured networking we do everything we can to prospects in our speaker faculty. As part of events such as sponsored drinks effectively lift your brand before, this speaker faculty your company will be set receptions, coffee breaks or during and after the event. apart from other industry attendees giving you lunches. Ultimately whatever Not only do we create a fully the competitive edge required to make further you decide is the right forum; we integrated marketing campaign, strides in the market. will support you in your quest to which your company can be part advance relationships with the of, but we also offer high impact Below is an example of some sample key people who can influence the premium branding opportunities packages which are designed to be multi future of your business. for example on bags, water functional across the above objectives. bottles, pens lanyards etc. These are just examples because all of our sponsorship packages are specifically designed to meet your company’s individual marketing and business development objectives.Package Exhibition Associate Plenary Lead About Defence IQExhibition 3 x 2m 4 4 4 4Exhibition Passes Defence IQ is an authoritative news source(No entry to conference but does 4(2) 4(2) 4(2) 4(3) for high quality and exclusive commentaryinclude lunch) and analysis on global defence and military-Conference Delegate Passes 4(1) 4(2) 4(3) related topics. Sourcing interviews and insights directly from senior military andBranding At Conference 4 4 4 4 industry professionals on air defence, cyberPre Event Branding (Brochure) 4 4 4 4 warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and many more topics,Customised Mailing 4 4 4 4 Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platformWish List 4 4 4 4 to discuss and learn about the latest30-40 min Stream Speaking 4 4 4 developments within the defence sector.30-40 min Plenary Speaking 4 4 So join over 60,000 defence professionals30-40 min Focus Day Speaking 4 to access all the exclusive video interviews, podcasts, articles and whitepapers that are1 Day Conference Chair 4 available and updated on a daily basis.Drinks Reception 4Site Visit POA Join today for free by signing up on our website: www.DefenceIQ.comWorkshop POADinner POA For further details, or to discuss which opinion is best for your organization, contact Richard Brookes at + 44 20 7368 9416 or email sponsor@iqpc.co.uk Don’t miss the early registration! Save up to £1000, if you register and pay before 21st December. See back page for more details
  • 14. 8 Reasons why Military Flight Training 2013 can benefit you!1 Generate new sales leads: Our event will bring together the region’s key-decision makers, all of whom have strong business reasons for attending the event. By exhibiting and presenting, you can impact on these buyers. By the very nature of the high quality of delegate attendance, the contacts generated will lead to very high conversion rates.2 Launch new products or services: Use the event as a launch pad to promote your latest products or system. With the most senior figures from the industry in attendance, plus carefully selected media partners at the event, innovative new technology will always generate a buzz.3 Demonstrate thought leadership: Speaking on the program will allow you to demonstrate your market knowledge and expertise to an audience of high level decision makers.4 Enter new markets: Sponsorship is one of the most effective ways to enter new markets. 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We understand that opportunities for editorial coverage and developing better relations can be integral to your companies’ success, so our media partnerships offer additional benefit above and beyond the standard sponsorship package.8 Brokering new business partnerships: Currently there are huge opportunities to partner with OEM suppliers actively looking to adjust their supply chains.Military Flight Training 2013 Sponsors:Chairing Conference Sponsor: Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in more than 90 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training. Boeing is organized into two business units: Boeing Commercial Airplanes and Boeing Defense, Space & Security. Supporting these units are Boeing Capital Corporation, a global provider of financing solutions; the Shared Services Group, which provides a broad range of services to Boeing worldwide; and Boeing Engineering, Operations & Technology, which helps develop, acquire, apply and protect innovative technologies and processes.Associate Sponsors: Since its inception in 1969, ETC has been committed to providing technologically innovative simulation, training and equipment solutions to government agencies, military installations, industry, emergency management organizations and academic/training institutions. TACTICAL FLIGHT ETC’s Aircrew Training Systems provides the most advanced simulation trainers to the aerospace community, supporting training TR AINING SYSTEMS and research efforts in the areas of high fidelity advanced pilot and tactical flight training, spatial disorientation, situational awareness, aircraft egress, night vision, upset recovery, high altitude and high G flight. ETC owns and operates the National AeroSpace Training and Research (NASTAR) Center, the first FAA-approved suborbital and orbital flight training facility in the world. Lockheed Martin is the premier provider of innovative solutions for mission readiness and sustainment. Through its Global Training and Logistics business, more than 10,000 skilled employees provide fast-turn, high-quality services for customers in more than 50 countries. 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