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Tampa, Florida (23 May, 2016) – Aero Simulation Inc. (ASI) is pleased to announce the award of the T-1A Ground Based Training System (GBTS) Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) and Training System Support Center (TSSC) contract. Awarded by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), Simulator Division, the program provides support for 16 Operational Flight Trainers (OFTS) and 14 Avionics Part Task Trainers (APPTs) located at Randolph, Laughlin, Vance, and Columbus Air Force Bases (AFBs) and Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola. The five (5) month contract comes with five (5) one-year options and is valued at approximately $15.5 million.

The program requires a team of highly skilled technicians to maintain the complex training devices at each location. The ASI team will also have personnel at Randolph AFB and NAS Pensacola to provide training system hardware and software updates, concurrency management, and obsolescence analysis as part of the TSSC.

The T-1A simulators provide support for instrument training, low-level flight and formation training, and navigation training for the T-1A Jayhawk aircraft which is used in the advanced phase of specialized undergraduate pilot training for pilots selected to fly airlift or tanker aircraft. The Jayhawk is also used at NAS Pensacola to provide training for Combat Systems Officers.

“ASI is extremely pleased to have won our second CLS/TSSC contract from the Air Force.” said Mr. Dan Deschnow, ASI’s Vice President/Director of Program Management. “ASI has been providing support for the T-38C Aircrew Training Devices (ATDs) since receiving that award in September of 2015. We look forward to supporting the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) to deliver highly skilled pilots and operators to the transport and tanker communities”

About Aero Simulation, Inc.
ASI is recognized for innovative flight simulator design and manufacture, as well as cost- effective simulator modifications, upgrades, relocations and site support services for aviation customers.

For information:
Media: Russ Shepard (813) 628-4447 ext. 147 – R_Shepard@aerosimulation.com
For more information on ASI, please visit our web site at www.aerosimulation.com

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Tampa, Florida (28 April, 2016) – Aero Simulation Inc (ASI) is pleased to announce its latest major contract award, the C-2A Operational Flight Trainer (OFT), Device 2F168 Service Life Extension Program. Awarded by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, the $13M program directly supports training for the Fleet Replacement Squadron (VAW-120) and the East Coast and West Coast Fleet Logistics Support squadrons (VRC-30 and VRC-40). The two (2) C-2A OFTs are located at Naval Station Norfolk, VA and Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, CA.

The program requires the replacement of the current Image Generator and databases with Rockwell Collins products which are common to our E-2D and E-2C devices, replacement of the display system, Host Computer, Instructor Station, Weather Radar System, Digital Control Loaders, and Input/Output System. ASI will also be supplying a new Flight Model which will greatly enhance the training fidelity for the pilots who are essential to carrying supplies, mail, and passengers to U.S. Navy aircraft carriers around the world.

“ASI is extremely pleased to continue our support of the C-2 and E-2 communities.” said Mr. Russ Shepard, ASI’s Director of Business Development. “ASI has provided support for the C-2 and E-2 flight training devices for both the United States Navy and our Foreign Military allies since 2000 and we look forward to continuing this tradition. We welcome the continued confidence of the Government in ASI’s ability to perform these important trainer upgrades. We look forward to our development and delivery of these systems to the Fleet.”

About Aero Simulation, Inc.
ASI is recognized for innovative flight simulator design and manufacture, as well as cost- effective simulator modifications, upgrades, relocations and site support services for aviation customers.

For information:
Media: Russ Shepard (813) 628-4447 ext. 147 – R_Shepard@aerosimulation.com
For more information on ASI, please visit our web site at www.aerosimulation.com

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ASI’s Vlad Argintaru in the News

May 3, 2016

ASI’s Vlad Argintaru was interviewed for an article on Image Generators for the Military Training International magazine. Military Training International (MTI) was previously known as Military Training Technology and is one of the leaders in the Simulation Media industry. Please link here to read the article. Please link here for the entire magazine.

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Rockwell Collins presents Aero Simulation, Inc. with 2016 Development and Engineering Services category Supplier of the Year award

March 23, 2016

Rockwell Collins presents Aero Simulation, Inc. with 2016 Development and Engineering Services category Supplier of the Year award TAMPA, Florida (March 22, 2016) –Aero Simulation, Inc. (ASI), of Tampa, FL, was presented with the 2016 Development and Engineering Services category Supplier of the Year Award during Rockwell Collins’ Annual Supplier Conference, which took place on […]

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Rockwell Collins presents Aero Simulation, Inc. with 2016 Relationships Brand Pillar Award

March 23, 2016

Rockwell Collins presents Aero Simulation, Inc. with 2016 Relationships Brand Pillar Award TAMPA, Florida (March 23, 2016) – Aero Simulation, Inc. (ASI), of Tampa, Florida, was presented with the 2016 Relationships Brand Pillar Award during the Rockwell Collins’ Annual Supplier Conference on March 1. ASI was honored for its commitment to working together to advance […]

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Aero Simulation Inc. Wins Surface Fire Fighting Trainer Delivery Order

February 4, 2016

Tampa, Florida (February 2016) – Aero Simulation Inc. (ASI) is pleased to announce its latest contract award, the Surface Fire Fighting Trainer Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)/ Programmable Automation Controller (PAC) System Program. Awarded by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, the program directly supports the U.S. Navy’s  Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS) Engineering […]

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ASI Wins T-45C Operation Flight Trainer (OFT) Contract Award

December 7, 2015

Tampa, Florida (18 November, 2015) – Aero Simulation Inc (ASI) is pleased to announce its latest major contract award, the T-45C Operational Flight Trainer (OFT), Device 2F138F Technical Refresh Program. Awarded by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, the $29M program directly supports the Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) for Intermediate and […]

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Aero Simulation, Inc. Announces Training Systems Acquisition (TSA) Contract III

August 13, 2015

Tampa, Florida (12 August, 2015) – Aero Simulation Inc. (ASI) is pleased to announce its selection as an awardee of the Training Systems Acquisition (TSA) III contract. Awarded by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, this Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) contract provides ASI the venue for bidding on […]

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ASI in the news: “The Mentor of Coast Guard Aviation”

April 13, 2015

One of Aero Simulation’s most recently delivered trainers just received a glowing article from Pensacola Today, a newspaper out of Pensacola, FL. Pensacola Today focused their praise on our “one-of-a-kind HC-144 simulator [which] is one of many trainers at the Aviation Training Center in Mobile, the center of the universe for all things aviation when […]

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Christie Digital Has Published a Case Study on Aero Simulation’s HC-144A Simulator

June 20, 2014

One of Aero Simulation’s partners, Christie Digital, has put together an in-depth case study of their product on our HC-144A Level D Operational Flight Trainer. Christie Digital provided the 9 Christie Matrix StIM WQ Projectors that is being used on the device, which is currently the world’s largest collimated visual display system on motion. In […]

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