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MQ-8C Fire Scout

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The MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter provides real-time intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and targeting capabiltiies. 

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MQ-9A Reaper

The MQ-9A Reaper is a U.S. Marine Corps' Block V Unmanned Aircraft System that perform multi-mission Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions over land or sea.

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Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS)

MIDS is the most widely-fielded family of Link 16 terminals in the world with products supporting airborne, maritime, ground mobile, and fixed-station platforms with a multi-band, multi-mode,…
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TH-73A

The TH-73A is the aircraft portion of the Advanced Helicopter Training System (AHTS). AHTS brings the training tools needed to produce the next generations of Rotary and Tilt-rotor pilots for the…
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Tactical Aircraft Moving Map Capability (TAMMAC)

• The mission of the Tactical Aircraft Moving Map Capability (TAMMAC) team is to develop, procure, deploy and support a common tactical aircraft moving map and data loading capability, and replace…

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Sensors Low Probability of Intercept Altimeter (LPIA)

High reliability, Low Probability of Intercept Radar Altimeter to be a drop-in replacement for existing altimeter receiver-transmitters. LPIA provides enhanced altitude range, accuracy and Mil-Std-…
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Collision Avoidance Solutions (CAS)

The Collision Avoidance Solutions (CAS) team manages multiple development and procurement efforts in PMA-209 to provide safety products to Navy and Marine Corps tactical aircraft.  Programs and…

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Commons Systems Integration Lab (CSIL)

• The Commons System Integration Lab (CSIL) is an Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V) test facility that provides expertise and resources to NAVAIR Programs of Record and other…

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Multi-Station Disorientation Demonstrator (MSDD)

The MSDD provides aircrew the only motion-based disorientation training in the USN & USMC. The MSDD was installed in 1980 by American Airlines and is located at ASTC Pensacola, Florida.

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Normobaric Hypoxia Trainer (NHT)

The NHT is used to train aviation personnel in hypoxia recognition and to familiarize them with the emergency procedures which include emergency survival equipment.

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Parachute Overwater Survival Trainer (POST)

The POST is designed to provide hands-on training in parachute descent and water entry procedures.

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Helicopter Rescue Hoist

The Helicopter Rescue Hoist Trainer is used to train aircrew in helicopter rescue procedures.  It also familiarizes aircrew in the recommended procedures and safety precautions in a water rescue…