Maximising the proficiency of our airmen in our quest for air dominance
Our airspace is becoming increasingly contested. Our near-peer competitors' training capability is advancing at an unprecedented rate. In the current dynamic and unpredictable security environment, we must work together to maximise our proficiency and readiness for the future fight.
Over the course of three days, Military Flight Training 2024
will focus on key FY24 programmes, agile procurement and acquisition, key crticial technologies and future pilot training and operational conversion training to prepare pilots and drive our lethality and survivability.
Attracting over 250 leaders from across the flight training ecosystem from over 40 nations, Military Flight Training
arrives at a time where guaranteeing air dominance and strike capability has never been tougher.
We very much hope that you will join the discussion in London, 26-28 March 2024.
- 250+ Attendees
- 50+ Presentations
- 40+ Nations
- 10+ Networking Hours
Benefits of Attending
- Network with senior representatives responsible for the Air Force, Naval Aviation and Army Aviation pilot training
- Ensure seamless pilot transition into next generation combat aircraft by learning how to upgrade simulation, embedded training, and ground-based training systems
- Retain high readiness for multi-domain warfare, high-intensity operations, and COIN by enhancing your understanding of integrated LVC and high fidelity synthetic environments
- Learn what the latest capability requirements are through valuable program updates and training model insights
- Attain interoperability and institute common architectures for multinational operations by learning about software compatibility, international training standards, and procurement plans of partner nations
- Understand how armed forces are revolutionising obsolete training models through establishing new coaching cultures
- Contribute to debates on enhancing the pilot training pipeline, from mitigating the pilot shortage, accelerating pilot graduation, and ensuring affordability
About Military Flight Training
The Military Flight Training
Community's Annual General Meeting For The Discussion Of Military Fixed Wing And Rotary Flight Training Requirements, Capabilities And Technologies.
Over its 21-year history, Military Flight Training
has become the Annual General Meeting for the Air Training community. Bringing together over 250 Chiefs of Staff, Commanders of Air Training, Heads of Air Procurement, Heads of Simulation & Synthetic Training and industry executives from across the globe to discuss the challenges and successes shaping military flight training, both for now and in the future.
In doing so it provides a rare platform to share lessons learned and best practice in current fixed wing and rotary military flight training
requirements, capabilities and programmes, engaging in international collaboration on a very real level with key allies and strengthen the message of cooperation with counterparts across the world.Military Flight Training
is organised with the support and direction of Senior Leaders from across the military and industry sectors of the flight training community. With this in mind, each presentation topic and guest speaker has been specifically selected inline with the priorities and recommendations of the community to ensure it provides attendees with the critical information they need to solve their daily flight training challenges.
- Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Anthony J. Rock (USAF Retired), Inspector General U.S. Air Force (2016 –2017), US Air Force
- Major General Clark Quinn, Commander, 19th Air Force, US Air Force
- Major General Sylvain Ménard, Fighter Capability Office, Royal Canadian Air Force
- Air Commodore Ian Sharrocks, Director, Flying Training, No 22 Group, MOD Abbey Wood, United Kingdom Royal Air Force
- Brigadier General Michael Drowley, Director, Joint Training and Exercises (J7), U.S. Indo-Pacific Command *subject to final confirmation
- Air Commodore David Strong, Commander, Air Force Training Group, Royal Australian Air Force
- Brigadier General Edi Turco, Chief of Staff of the Air Education Training Command / 3rd Air Region, Italian Air Force
- Mr. William D. Dries, SES, Deputy Director, Training and Readiness, United States Air Force
- Colonel Timothy Beers, Commander, Air Force Modeling & Simulation
- Ross McKenzie, Staff Officer UAS International Staff Aerospace Capabilities Defence Investment, NATO
- Joachim Hofbauer, Head, Multinational Capability Cooperation Unit, Defence Investment, NATO
- Colonel Cédrik Bureau, Head of Flight Training, French Air and Space Force
- Colonel John P. Wagemann, Commander, Detachment 6
- Colonel Yohei Nomoto, Chief of Flying Training Section, Education Office, Air Staff Office, Japanese Air Self Defence Force
- Lieutenant Colonel Thibault Ricci, Head of the Fighter Training School, French Air and Space Force
- Group Captain Mike Jordan, Commandant Central Flying school, Royal Air Force
- Lieutenant Colonel Max Garrety MBE MSc MRICS, SO1 Simulation, UK Joint Helicopter Command
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Millennium Gloucester Hotel London KensingtonGroup Rate
4-18 Harrington Gardens, SW7 4LH
Kensington, London, UK
: From £130.00 per night, Including breakfast.Reservation Method
: Reserve your room by clicking on the link below. We have reserved a selection of Rooms at the discounted group rate, subject to availability: Military Flight Training 2024