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Army Aviation Future Pilot Training System Requirements. LTCOL Karl Hamlyn 16 Aviation Brigade. The New Operational Environment. ARH / MRH / CH-47F (Combat Aviation, no longer just support) Complex Battlespace Networked Systems (C2, Mission Management, ISR) Amphibious Operations.

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Army aviation future pilot training system requirements

Army AviationFuture Pilot Training SystemRequirements

LTCOL Karl Hamlyn

16 Aviation Brigade


The new operational environment

The New Operational Environment

  • ARH / MRH / CH-47F

    (Combat Aviation, no longer just support)

  • Complex Battlespace

  • Networked Systems

    (C2, Mission Management, ISR)

  • Amphibious Operations


The current training situation

The Current Training Situation

BFTS

Tamworth

CT- 4

(GAP)

HQC

Oakey

Kiowa

(GAP)

  • Issues

  • Time in training

  • Limited capability of training platforms

  • Good at teaching pure flying skills, but…

OTT/ROBC

Oakey

S-70 (ARH)


Training drivers

Training Drivers

  • Technical Complexity

    • Easier to fly

    • Harder to operate / manage

  • High Cognitive Loading

    • Complex dynamic environment

    • Situational awareness

  • Crew Functioning

    • Multi-crew environment

    • Semi / Autonomous functions


Chief of army s intent

Chief of Army’s Intent

  • Must develop the appropriate skills:

    • Cognitive skills

    • Situational awareness

    • Potential to act as captain of a crew

  • Download training where possible:

    • Early exposure to advanced systems

    • Smooth demand load

  • Must be Cost Effective:

    • Training on cheaper platforms

    • Efficient use of time


Challenges for army

CHALLENGES FOR ARMY

  • Integration of training across two Projects(Air 5428, HATS)

  • Army not the lead service for either Project


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