Helo Training Help

Garvey, William
September 2010
Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/20/2010, Vol. 172 Issue 35, p70
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the introduction of simulator training for light helicopters. It states the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board conducted a special hearing early in 2009 concerning the accident record of light helicopters used in emergency medical services, emphasizing pilot training in its recommendations. It mentions the use of high-fidelity flight-training devices and computer-generated visuals depicting real-life operating environments in simulator training by several companies.


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