NAVAIR

Fixed Wing Training Systems

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<p>Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 120 Naval Flight Officer students seated in the E-2D Tactical Trainer participate in a simulated Airborne Early Warning mission guided by Lt. Melanie Ahle, an instructor with VAW-120, (center console). (U.S. Navy Photo)</p>

Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 120 Naval Flight Officer students seated in the E-2D Tactical Trainer participate in a simulated Airborne Early Warning mission guided by Lt. Melanie Ahle, an instructor with VAW-120, (center console). (U.S. Navy Photo)


<p>Lt. Stephen Bruner mans the flight simulator at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville P-8A Integrated Training Center in Florida. Flight crew and mission specialists are assigned to the Naval Air Station Jacksonville P-8A Integrated Training Center where they undertake classroom instruction as well as full-motion, simulated exercises that present the highest degree of realism. The Navy's replacement platform for the P-3C, the P-8A Poseidon, is designed to secure the Navy's future in long-range maritime patrol capability, while transforming how the Navy's maritime patrol and reconnaissance force will man, train, operate and deploy. The P-8A provides more combat capability from a smaller force and less infrastructure while focusing on worldwide responsiveness and interoperability with traditional manned forces and evolving unmanned sensors. (U.S. Navy photo)</p>

Lt. Stephen Bruner mans the flight simulator at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville P-8A Integrated Training Center in Florida. Flight crew and mission specialists are assigned to the Naval Air Station Jacksonville P-8A Integrated Training Center where they undertake classroom instruction as well as full-motion, simulated exercises that present the highest degree of realism. The Navy's replacement platform for the P-3C, the P-8A Poseidon, is designed to secure the Navy's future in long-range maritime patrol capability, while transforming how the Navy's maritime patrol and reconnaissance force will man, train, operate and deploy. The P-8A provides more combat capability from a smaller force and less infrastructure while focusing on worldwide responsiveness and interoperability with traditional manned forces and evolving unmanned sensors. (U.S. Navy photo)


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	F/A-18 Hornet cockpit simulator.</p>

F/A-18 Hornet cockpit simulator.


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	EA-18G Growler cockpit simulator.</p>

EA-18G Growler cockpit simulator.


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	E-6B Mercury full motion cockpit simulator.</p>

E-6B Mercury full motion cockpit simulator.


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	E-6B Mercury cockpit flight simulator - interior view.</p>

E-6B Mercury cockpit flight simulator - interior view.


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	P-3C Orion cockpit flight simulator.</p>

P-3C Orion cockpit flight simulator.


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	P-3C Orion crew station training device.</p>

P-3C Orion crew station training device.