Military Flight Training 2009

Venue: The New Connaught Rooms

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Feb 11, 2009 End Date/Time: Feb 12, 2009
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Who is speaking at Military Flight Training 2009?
Bjorn Persson, Education Manager, Flying Training School, Swedish Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel Koen Hillewaert, Competence Centre Air, Belgian Air Component
Colonel Petri Tolla, Commander, Training Air Wing, Finnish Air Force
Wing Commander Johny Stringer, OC 29 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
Commander John Lea, SO1 Flying Training, Fleet Aviation, Royal Navy
Mr. Kenneth L. Ginader, Director, Authentic Fighting Systems for Tactical Aviation, Environmental Tectonics Corporation
Mr. Yoav Ben-Shem, Director, Products Management, BVR Systems
Conference topics will include:

Future U.K. Military Flying Training
U.S., Canadian, NATO, French, Belgian, Italian, Swedish, Finnish and Singaporean Military Flight Training Requirements
Advanced European Jet Pilot Training AEJPT Programme
New NATO Nations – Polish and Czech Air Force Training Plans, Requirements and Challenges
Key U.K. Air System Training Issues
Advances in Simulation Technologies and Synthetic Environments

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