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  • “Rotary-Wing Next” reduces aircraft flying time, training timeline

    “Rotary-Wing Next” marks a major milestone with the graduation of the first undergraduate helicopter pilot training class to utilize virtual reality Friday Oct. 11, 2019, at Fort Rucker, Ala. The first six students to complete the experimental curriculum in an effort to transform the learning environment graduated six weeks earlier than normal training classes.
  • Innovation's role in multi-domain operations on latest "Developing Mach-21 Airmen" podcast

    On the pod, Lt. Col. Eric Frahm, director of the AETC Integrated Technology Detachment talks about the concept of innovation and its role in helping produce Airmen who more lethal and ready to execute the mission in the multi-domain operational environment is the focus of the latest episode of "Developing Mach-21 Airmen," released Aug 14.
  • AF Academy, AETC host technology-infused basic aviation skills training

    Colorado Springs high school students and recent Air Force Academy graduates are flying together -- in the classroom -- thanks to training devices that simulate the T-6 Texan II training aircraft. The Academy is hosting summer training sessions in partnership with AETC to explore the benefits of exposing students to basic aviation skills using virtual reality technology.
  • Airfield management course at Keesler adds virtual reality

    The 334th Training Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., has incorporated the first virtual reality training for Airfield Management students in the Air Force so the students get more of a “hands-on” learning experience.
  • “Learning 2030” topic of latest “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” podcast

    Episode 11 of Air Education and Training Command’s “Developing Mach-21 Airmen” professional development podcast series, released June 10, dives into learning trends today that will help the command shape the future learning environment of 2030's. On the pod, Dr. Christine Covas-Smith from the HQ, AETC Future Environments division, discusses where the command needs to head in terms of learning in the future and why we have to consider the trends now in order to shape learning in 2030.
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