Military solutions are targeted to meet current and future training requirements across a wide range of advanced fixed-wing, rotary-wing and unmanned aircraft platforms. Our solutions, based on your service’s objectives, can range from adaptive learning total training systems to next generation simulation technologies to comprehensive training services.
Aircrew training from Kratos prepares aircrews to anticipate, recognize and react to threats in a tactical environment. Skills, procedures and processes learned in the classroom and labs are practiced and honed in advanced simulators. Key pilot considerations including crew communications management, tactical formation considerations and weapons management are stressed.
Flight simulation is used for a variety of reasons, including flight training (mainly of pilots), the design and development of the aircraft itself, and research into aircraft characteristics and control handling qualities.
Military mechanics are highly-prized by the trucking industry – and, yes, they are still called “mechanics” in the service – is that they receive extensive training, especially for “wheeled-vehicles” such as trucks and automobiles.
Aultimately, the goal of military training is to ensure that when the nation goes to war or engages in conflicts or military operations short of war, the armed forces will be able to accomplish strategic, operational, and tactical objectives.
Transportation technology moves soldiers and weaponry; communications coordinate the movements of armed forces; and sensors detect forces and guide weaponry. ... These forces, in turn, are directly affected both by tactics and by technology.