U.S. Army training personnel for unmanned combat aircraft operational capability
Army training personnel for unmanned combat aircraft operational capability
Marsh USA executive branch – AAI Corporation today announced that its training aids, hardware, equipment, simulators and guidelines (Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations, TADSS) series, was selected to support the training of the U.S. National Guard troops operating RQ-7B “shadow” tactical UAV system.
U.S. Army Simulation, Training and equipment Program Executive Office awarded the contract, the initial order price of $ 11.9 million, including 25 high-fidelity “Shadow” UAV operators and interactive multimedia training module indicator. The contract includes four optional period, valued at $ 31.1 million contract.
each “shadow” cabin UAV operator training simulation was a single system with two ground control stations, a task executor and a coach/operator of the ground control station operators launch and recovery Station. “Shadow” UAV TADSS suite without any space and equipment constraints, the training “Shadow” UAV operations personnel have the ability, and for all “shadow” collective UAV crew training, including aircraft and payload operators, launch and recovery personnel, mission commander and the use of “Shadow” UAV system of all access to critical battlefield intelligence and class warfare crew.
(Northern Institute for Ocean Science and Technology Information)