Military Flight Training 2019 post event report
The Military Flight Training conference gathered in March over 200 military and industry attendees from over 40 nations to discuss key pilot training challenges. Chaired by Major General Thomas H. Deale, Former Vice Director for Joint Force Development, US Joint Staff, the three-day programme included presentations on all aspects of pilot training, including basic, advanced, LVC and simulation training.
This post event report delves into the highlights of Military Flight Training 2019.
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Download this post event report to access:
- An event summary of the 2019 conference
- A breakdown of attendees by country and job title
- The 2019 speaker faculty
- An exclusive interview with the 2019 Chairman
- The summaries from the following presentations:
- The changing face of flying training from Air Vice Marshal Warren James, Air Officer Commanding 22 Group and Air Commodore J H Hunter, Director Flying Training No 22 Group, Royal Air Force
- Training combat air forces in support of US security objectives – Major General Kevin A. Huyck, Director of Operations, US Air Combat Command
- Shaping the human contribution to achieve operational advantage – Major General Alain Pelletier, Chief Fighter Capability, Royal Canadian Air Force
- An overview of 2019 conference sponsors
Read an exclusive preview of the 2019 event summary below:
Drawing together over 200 attendees from 85 different organisations across Europe, the Americas, Middle East and parts of Asia, the event presented a unique forum for the exchange of knowledge in military flight training. With a dedicated 9 hours of networking opportunities and 47 individual briefings, it was a platform that enabled fruitful discussions and strengthened dialogue between allies, partners and industry. […] MFT 2019 facilitated long-standing partnerships, multinational cooperation and industry engagement. This high level of attendance unveiled common challenges and underpinned the importance of high readiness for the full spectrum of operations in the air and space domain.
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