Money permitting, USAF could use simulator advances to rethink fast-jet training with T-X
Training and simulation technologies have evolved dramatically since the Pentagon purchased its last fast-jet trainer in the 1960s. This opens a world of possibilities for the U.S. Air Force with its forthcoming T-X to fundamentally overhaul how it prepares pilots for the F-22 and F-35. But the budget drama unfolding in Washington could mean the Air Force will find itself short of the money to take full advantage of these advances for a T-38C replacement in the near term. Several ...
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