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CAE‘s U.S. business has won a potential $7.5 million contract to modernize Abrams M1A1 engine diagnostic and troubleshooting trainers for the U.S. Army. The Defense Department said Monday CAE USA will perform upgrades to Abrams training systems installed at Fort Benning in Georgia; Fort Lee in Virginia; and Gowen Field in Idaho. The Army Contracting Command received three bids for the firm-fixed-price […] More
CAE‘s U.S. subsidiary has received a $45.4 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to exercise the eight option year under a previously awarded contract for KC-135 aircrew training system support. The Defense Department said Wednesday CAE USA will support KC-135 aircrew training systems at various Air Force facilities in California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, […] More
From conference call to conference hall, there is an ongoing dialogue between the Department of Defense and the Defense Health Agency about how to best equip our nation’s military with the health services they need to continuing fighting the good fight. A voice that stands out from the conversation is DHA Component Acquisition Executive (J-4) […] More
A C-130 aeromedical evacuation trainer CAE built for the U.S. Air Force has been declared fully operational and ready for use at the service branch’s Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia. CAE said Monday the Aeromedical Evacuation Training System is equipped with a motion platform and designed to train aeromedical crews for pre-flight, emergency procedures and in-flight patient care on C-130 transport planes. […] More
Sweden would consider buying the trainer aircraft from a team composed of Boeing and Saab to replace its aging fleet of trainer jets if both companies land the T-X contract with the U.S. Air Force, Defense News reported Monday. Col. Magnus Liljegren, head of Sweden’s air force department, told reporters during a Monday briefing in Stockholm that […] More
CAE‘s U.S. subsidiary has received authorization from the U.S. Air Force to connect company-built KC-135 Stratotanker simulators to the service branch’s Distributed Training Center Network. The Air Force said Thursday CAE USA can link the KC-135 aircrew training system with other mobility platforms designed to support virtual-constructive training across multiple  Air Force bases. “What we are moving to next, and what the […] More
CAE has opened a facility at the Dothan Regional Airport in Alabama to help the U.S. Army train the first class of military aviators as part of an initial entry fixed-wing training course. CAE said Monday the Dothan Training Center is built to support the Army Fixed-Wing Flight Training program for more than 600 Army and Air Force fixed-wing aviators annually. The […] More
CAE‘s U.S. subsidiary has obtained authorization to operate the KC-135 Stratotanker‘s operational flight trainer on the U.S. Air Force‘s Distributed Training Center Network. The company said Tuesday the ATO permits the KC-135 Aircrew Training System to connect with other Mobility Air Force platforms to help the service branch perform live-virtual-constructive training on a secure and classified network. CAE USA is the prime […] More
CAE has finished construction of an Alabama-based facility where some of the company’s employees and subcontractor personnel will provide fixed-wing training for U.S. Army  aviators. The company said Wednesday it also secured occupancy certificate for the Dothan Training Center and installed a Grob G120TP flight training device at the facility. CAE is scheduled to deliver C-12 King Air full-flight simulators […] More
CAE‘s U.S. business unit plans to open a new flight training facility in Dothan, Alabama, by spring 2017 as part of the aerospace and defense contractor’s $75 million capital investment in the state. CAE USA expects to provide integrated classroom instruction, simulator training and live-training services to more than 450 U.S. Army fixed-wing aviators and U.S. Air Force C-12 twin turboprop […] More
CAE has secured contracts worth approximately $91.2 million combined from international military customers to provide aircrew training services and simulation system updates. The Montreal-headquartered company said Tuesday the contracts include awards from the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Austria’s armed forces. “Our large installed base of existing training devices and simulation systems provide ongoing upgrade and update opportunities along with long-term service […] More
CAE‘s U.S. business has received the first three Grob-built G120TP aircraft that will support the U.S. Army‘s Fixed-Wing Flight Training program designed to help rotary-wing aviators transition as pilots to the service branch’s fixed-wing aircraft. The company CAE said Wednesday it has also started to work with an initial group of instructor pilots in preparation for the start of […] More
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