Twenty-Seven students along with Colonel (ret.) Jeff Kaloostian and Mr. Mike Hamlik, received an introduction to Flight Simulation and ASI’s role in developing new simulators and modifying existing simulators for the U.S. Military. After a presentation and tour of the facilities, each student, along with both adults, were able to spend some time flying ASI’s H-60 Reconfigurable Flight Training Device.
Mr. Russ Shepard, ASI’s VP of Business Development, stated “This student group had many well thought out and educated questions about building simulators, gathering data, and work life at ASI. Col. Kaloostian and Robinson High School are obviously doing a great job preparing these young people for life!”
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