The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are prompting simulator manufacturers to exploit a range of technological advances to enable U.S. Army and Canadian helicopter pilots to train and rehearse missions as realistically as possible. At the forefront of the latest improvements are capabilities to train pilots how to land safely in brownout conditions or on sloped surfaces and fly low for self-protection as well as how to plan air assault missions with realistic views of terrain and targets. ...

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