2 mai 2022 | International, Aérospatial

U.S. Navy Eyes International Pilot, Maintainer Training Center

A U.S. Navy proposal now under review would establish a dedicated training center for aircraft pilots and maintainers in foreign militaries, a service official said at Aviation Week's Military Aviation Logistics and Maintenance Symposium here on April 27.


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