Welcome to the 12th Annual ‘Military Flight Training’ Summit
Over the last 12 years ‘Military Flight Training’ has become the community’s annual general meeting place, bringing together Commanders of Air Training, Heads of Air Procurement, and Operational Trainers from across the globe to discuss the challenges and successes shaping military flight training for now and the future. In doing so it provides a rare platform to share lessons learned and best practice in current military flight training requirements, capabilities and programmes, engaging in international collaboration on a very real level with key allies, strengthening messages of cooperation with counterparts across the world.
What's new for 2013?
In order to ensure Military Flight Training continues to maintain its status as the community’s conference, each year it adapts the needs and demands of the community itself. 2013 is no different, we are very excited for what we have in store:
Following the success of the 2012 summit’s focus on the flight training 2020+, we decided to give the 2013 event a new flavour. For the 1st time Military Flight Training will have an overarching theme of ‘Training in an Emerging Market’ making it the most international conference to date. For the 1st time the conference will have insight from all 4 corners of the globe with presentations from such nations as the UAE Air Force, Iraqi Air Force, Brazilian Air Force and Australian Army.
New Focus Day:
Quite simply you asked for it and we delivered! Military Flight Training will launch its first ever ‘Training for the Modern Rotary Aviator’ Focus Day. Providing delegates with an insight into the latest training regimes, procurement programmes and technological develops in the world of rotary training. The focus day gets to the very soul of the issues that affect you on a daily basis. With presentations delivered by Emerged and Emerging Nations, at no other time will you obtain such a deep insight from the decision makers that really matter.
New Industry Panel Discussion:
Integral to any successful flight training capability is a process of collaboration and development with major industry providers. Military Flight Training recognises this and will feature a panel discussion dedicated to the strategic thinking shaping the future of the defence industry from the leading defence organizations in the sector.
“Excellent updates and overall pictures of worldwide training needs and thoughts for the future”
Colonel Paolo Baldasso, Italian Air Force
“This conference is an excellent opportunity to gain insight into military flight training initiatives the world over, understand the common and unique problems training commands face and how we can overcome them”
Lt. Col. Ted Meeuwsen, Head of Aerospace Physiology, Royal Netherlands Air Force
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Who you will meet at Military Flight Training?
With over 100 Air Training Commanders and Programme Managers from such nations as USA, France, Germany and Turkey, and 100+ innovative international industry representatives, at no other event will you find the world’s leading flight training decision makers under one roof.
Venue & Accommodation
Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London, W1B 1NT
Tel: +44 (0)20 7470 4884
Fax: +44 (0)20 7470 4931
Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; however we have put together a HotelMap that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area near to 76 Portland Place. The map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel: www.HotelMap.com/M9NT4
Register at ASDEvents and receive 20% discount.The conference agenda is available as PDF under downloads.
- Mr. Rombout Karelse, Head of Simulation Centre, Royal Netherlands Air Force
- Major Peter Arts, Defence Helicopter Command, Royal Netherlands Air Force
- Wing Commander Kevin Marsh, Operational Commander IV (R) Squadron, RAF Valley
- Captain Paul Shawcross, Commandant, Defence Helicopter Flying School, UK Ministry of Defence
- Colonel Peter Eadie, Commandant and Station Commander, Army Aviation Centre, British Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Thierry Chabriea, Head of Simulation, French Army
- Brigadier General Rainer Keller, Commander, Air Force Training Command
- Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight Training Unit 31, Swiss Air Force
- Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Head of Flight Training, Austrian Air Force & Air Defence School
- Brigadier General Scott Vander Hamm, Director Plans, Programs and Assessment, Air Education Training Command, US Air Force
- Colonel Dale VanDusen, T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force
- Colonel Steven Gray, Chief, Flying Training Requirements, Air Education and Training Command, US Air Force
- Captain Chuck Hollingsworth, Chief of Staff, Navy Air Training Command, US Navy
- Mr. Mike Derespinis, Deputy T-X Program Manager, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force
- Major Hans Peter Bagger, Section Chief Fighters Branch, Tactical Air Command, Danish Air Force
- Major Petr Symek, Deputy Commander, Force Development, Air Force HQ, Ministry of Defence Czech Republic
- Colonel Michael Christoffersson, Head of Air Combat School, Swedish Air Force
- Colonel Recep Unal, Commander, Air Training Command, Turkish Air Force
- Air Vice Marshal Isiyaku Umar, Head of Air Training Command, Nigerian Air Force
- Brigadier General Piet Burger, Director Training and Development, South African Air Force
- Major General Slawomir Kaluzinski, Deputy Commander & Chief of Air Training, Polish Air Force
- Major General Drazen Schuri, Commander, Croatian Air Force
- Major General Yurri Baidak, Commander, Ukraine Air Force
- Staff Lieutenant General Anwar Hamad Amin, Commander, Iraqi Air Force
- Staff Lieutenant General Hamid Atiya Khowin, Commander Army Aviation, Iraqi Army
- Dr. Chandra Sekhar, Group Director Aeronautical Development Establishment, DRDO
- Mr. Damian Ellacott, Senior Advisor, UAE Air Force
- Colonel Sharon Gernale, Commandant, Air Force Flying School, Philippines Air Force
- Commander Allen Whittaker, Future Director Aviation Capability Implementation Team, Australian Defence Force HQ, Australian Department of Defence
- General Edward A. Rice, Jr., Commander, Air Education and Training Command, US Air Force
- Mr Rob Lechner, Chief Engineer of Training Research, Boeing Research & Technology
- Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, Training Systems and Government Services, Boeing
- Mr. Matt Mayer, Director of Air Force Programs, Training Systems and Government Services, Boeing
- Mr. Timothy James, Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics
- Mr. Emanuele Merlo, Vice President Research, Alenia Aermacchi
- Captain Kenneth Ginader (Rtd.), Director, Business Development, Tactical Flight Training Systems, Environmental Tectonics Corporation
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