The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are prompting simulator manufacturers to exploit a range of technological advances to give U.S. and Canadian army helicopter pilots the capability to train and rehearse missions as realistically as possible. With the U.S. military being forced to rely more heavily on simulation for training, helicopter simulation is a growing area of business for Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions in Binghamton, N.Y., and Canada’s CAE. Landing a ...

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