V-22 Simulator Relies on Commercial Technologies

Wilson, J. R.
December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p25
Reports on the significance of the V-22 Osprey training simulator for the U.S. Marine Corps. unit. Distinct features of the training simulator; Advantages offered by the simulator to the unit; Statement of Dave Sullivan, integrated product team leader for training of Boeing, on the fidelity between the simulator and operation aircraft. INSET: Lower Costs.


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