U.S. Army Aviators Have New Route To Fixed-Wing Flying

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The opening of a new flight-training facility by CAE in Dothan, Alabama, is paving the way for a new generation of U.S. Army aviators. While the need for rotary-wing pilots dominates the Army’s aviation’s training requirements, its need for fixed-wing pilots is not insignificant, mainly to fly the...

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