Elbit Systems wins $36 million F-16 mission training center contract of Polish Air Force


Elbit Systems Polish Air Force F-16 Mission Training Center: Israel’s defence technology company Elbit Systems said it has won a contract to supply four F-16 Full Mission Simulators (FMS) to the Polish Air Force (PLAF). The contract will be performed over a 28-month period, the defence company said on Thursday.

Elbit Systems said the simulation technology, which is at the core of the Mission Training Center, enables higher quality training and improves mission readiness.

The Israeli defence company said the system features a 360-degree display system and the interconnected simulators provide a high fidelity, full mission training experience.

By providing an immersive real flight experience with no safety limitations, Elbit Systems’ training solution will provide PLAF F-16 pilots with a range of skills from basic familiarity with the aircraft to advanced combat flight competencies in complex operational arenas, said the company.

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Elbit Systems’ training and simulation technologies can also provide the future simulation infrastructure of the PLAF, enabling connectivity to additional training devices for live, virtual and constructive training.

Yoram Shmuely, General Manager of Elbit Systems Aerospace, said: “This award highlights Elbit Systems’ leading positions in the training and simulation markets.

“We remain committed to delivering high quality training solutions for military pilots, and we are proud to provide the Polish Armed Forces with advanced solutions to support their missions,” Yoram Shmuely said in a sent to Defence Star.

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