At the U.S. Navy’s T-44C training center in Corpus Christi, Texas, a facelift two years ago of the multiengine simulation and training program is now producing better-prepared students for fleet replacement squadrons (FRS) and increasing the simulated-to-live flight training ratio. The T-44C is the Navy’s designation for the Beechcraft King Air 90 twin-engine turboprop. At the Army’s Dothan training center in Alabama, where an overhaul of the C-12 (King Air 200) ...

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