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The Military Flight Training 2015 conference is taking place in London March 24 and 25, 2015. The conference will connect 250+ Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Air Training, Heads of Air Procurement and industry executives in order to share lessons learned and best practice in training for the 5th generation fighter, rotary training, live virtual constructive, ground base simulation, downloading, offloading, training syllabi and pilot selection.

Military Flight Training has quickly become the leading event for the flight training community to gather and meet with fellow military and industry peers, analyze advances in training and simulation, and debate the most pressing issues facing the industry.

“Lone Star has been supporting the U.S. military training community with optimization solutions for many years. The Military Flight Training conference, in the UK, poses a great opportunity to discuss both our advancements and those of others in central venue, said Matthew Bowers, vice president Corporate Development for Lone Star.”

About Military Flight Training

Building on its 12 year history, Military Flight Training 2013 covered key topics such as training for the 5th Generation, and further the debate between live flight and simulation. For the first time the 2013 event had an over-arching theme of ‘Military Flight Training 2020+’. This was designed to give delegates the opportunity to explore innovative equipment capabilities and blue sky training techniques, with the view to preparing themselves for future military requirements.

Military Flight Training will retain its role as the community’s annual general meeting providing a rare platform to engage in international collaboration on a very real level with key allies and strengthen messages of cooperation with counterparts across the world.

During the two day event, the focus will be on “Training for the 5th Generation Fighter” followed by “Training for the Modern Rotary Aviator”.

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