Search Results for: ray duquette

CAE to Support Army Pilot Training Program Through New Alabama Facility; Ray Duquette Comments

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 …

Read More »

CAE Receives Grob-Developed G120TP Aircraft for Army Flight Training Program; Ray Duquette Comments

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 …

Read More »

CAE Adds Full-Mission Simulator to Tampa C-130 Training Center; Ray Duquette Comments

CAE has added a new full-mission simulator to its Tampa, Florida-based C-130 training center as part of an effort to help fulfill the training requirements of Hercules airlifter pilots. The C-130H/L-382 simulator incorporates the Flight2 glass cockpit avionics system from Rockwell Collins, the CAE Medallion-6000 image generator for synthetic environment on a …

Read More »

CAE Lands Air Force Contract for KC-135 Aircrew Training System Updates; Ray Duquette Comments

CAE’s U.S. business unit has received a contract from the U.S. Air Force to update and link the KC-135 aircrew training platforms to the service branch’s Distributed Training Center Network. The contract with the Air Mobility Command covers updates to the tanker aircraft’s boom operator weapon systems trainers and operational flight trainers …

Read More »

CAE to Proceed With MH-60 Training System Tech Refresh; Ray Duquette Comments

CAE‘s U.S. business unit has received authorization from the U.S. Navy to begin technology refresh work on simulator and training systems for the service branch’s fleet of MH-60 Seahawk helicopters. The company said Wednesday the Navy gave the signal for CAE to proceed following the Government Accountability Office‘s decision over a bid …

Read More »

Ray Duquette: Technology, Mission Rehearsal Key in CAE’s Flight Simulation Programs

Ray Duquette, president and general manager of CAE‘s U.S. arm, has said the company builds simulation technology to replicate what the company believes will happen to pilots during military or commercial aircraft flights, the Tampa Tribune reported Saturday. “We do both training and mission rehearsal with multiple simulators networked,” Duquette told Tribune …

Read More »

ADS Subcontracts CAE to Build AF Aeromedical Evacuation Trainer; Ray Duquette Comments

CAE has secured a subcontract from logistics support contractor ADS to provide the U.S. Air Force with a fuselage training platform designed to train aeromedical evacuation crews for emergency procedures on both KC-135 tanker aircraft and C-17 transport planes. CAE will equip the C-17/KC-135 Aeromedical Evacuation Training System with medical patient simulators …

Read More »

Ray Duquette: CAE Delivers MH-60R Training Systems to Australian Navy

CAE has provided the Royal Australian Navy with simulation technology products designed to train pilots on how to operate an MH-60R Seahawk helicopter. The company said Wednesday its MH-60R tactical operational flight training system and avionics maintenance and weapons load trainer platform are installed at the HMAS Albatross naval facility …

Read More »

Ray Duquette: USA to Develop Simulation, Training System for NASC’s UAVs

CAE has been selected to provide a simulation and training system for NAVMAR Applied Sciences’ unmanned aerial vehicles, Intelligence Aerospace reported Wednesday. Courtney Howard writes CAE will develop courseware, ground control station and simulator and training services for NASC’s TigerShark XP drones. “We are delighted that NASC has selected CAE …

Read More »