advanced trainer

advanced trainer

A trainer aircraft more powerful and complicated than an ab-initio or primary trainer. It may be capable of simulating or performing combat roles, especially when fitted with armament.
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The T-38C is a twin engine, two seat, supersonic jet trainer used by Air Education Training Command as an advanced trainer in specialized undergraduate pilot training.
For basic training, the cadets fly the Swiss- made Pilatus PC7, which is an advanced trainer.
The mystery aircraft in our last issue was Britain's Miles Master advanced trainer.
7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has been selected by prime contractor Alenia Aermacchi to provide the Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) for the Israel Ministry of Defense's M-346 advanced trainer aircraft fleet.
The M-346, defined as a "technologically advanced trainer jet," is in fact designed to be armed with missiles or bombs.
With photos) ROME, July 20 (KUNA) -- Alenia Aermacchi, a Finmeccanica subsidiary, is to supply 30 M-346 advanced trainer aircraft to Israel in a USD 1 billion contract, USD 600 million of which will go to Alenia Aermacchi.
The Royal Air Force's latest advanced trainer, the Hawk T1, arrived at the Station in October 1976 and by 1979 had completely replaced the Gnat and the Hunter within No 4 Flying Training School, and also provided the equipment for the Central Flying School Hawk Squadron which received its aircraft in November 1976 and currently teaches qualified pilots of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and other Air Forces to become fast jet instructors.
Seoul, March 3 (BNA) -- South Korea signed a preliminary agreement with Spain to set up an aviation training center in the southwestern European country, a move that could pave the way for Seoul to sell its advanced trainer jet to Madrid, defense ministry officials here said Thursday.
If you are a more advanced trainer you can progress to include simple equipment like dumbbells, resistance bands and steps.
On Thursday, the British government announced a series of deals between India and British architectural, high-tech and defense firms, which followed an announcement in Bangalore on Wednesday that India would buy 57 Hawk advanced trainer jets from Britain in a deal worth nearly $1.
With two new aircraft carriers set to be inducted in the next five years and its air fleet in expansion mode, the Indian Navy has signed a Rs 30 billion deal to procure advanced trainer aircraft to train its aviators.
Israel Aerospace Industries is continuing to pursue a program to develop an advanced trainer, despite the 2007 collapse of a joint venture with the USA's Aviation Technology Group (ATG) on the Javelin very light jet.
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