The U.S. Army will be closely watching a new cadre of Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft maintenance technicians coming out of training school at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. It is there that L-3 Link, the training provider under prime contractor General Atomics, early this year launched an adaptive learning and intelligent tutoring system that gives the students “hands-on” training with simulators so they can move at their own pace before practicing tasks in the real ...

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