A VISIT TO MULTINATIONAL MILITARY FLIGHT CREW TRAINING CENTER
Within the scope of NATO Atlantic Council, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow, Chairman of the Military Committee General Knud Bartels and 28 permanent representatives visited Allied Land Command (LANDCOM) Headquarters in İzmir. Multinational Military Flight Crew Training Center developed by HAVELSAN to serve for Air Force Command within 2nd Main Jet Base Group Command was also in the visit plan of the delegation.
BY NATO AFFIRMATIVE COMMENT FOR KT-1T AND T-38M FULL MISSION SIMULATORS
Flew with KT-1T and T-38M Full Mission Simulators within Multinational Military Flight Crew Training Center, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg and the accompanying delegation made affirmative comments regarding to HAVELSAN simulators and co-systems.
HAVELSAN gets ready to make a big step to have HAVELSAN name and capabilities known in international platform by having HAVELSAN simulators used by Air Force personnel of NATO allied countries within the concept of Multinational Military Flight Crew Training Center Project, constituting one of the primary aims of the visit.
As an high tech defence cooperation initiative, Multinational Military Flight Crew Training Center Project aims to have simulators and co-systems developed by HAVELSAN used as a common pool. Thusly, it is intended to provide standardized aircrew training for NATO allied countries in the lead of Turkey, share flight training experience, develop new cooperation areas among allies and minimize training costs.
Passing its first anniversary of opening in February, in Multinational Military Flight Crew Training Center more than 40.000 hours of flight training realized. Center’s maintenance and operation services are also provided by HAVELSAN Training Services with a more than 98% success rate.