ZERO TO HERO – CREATING A TACTICAL UAS TRAINING COURSE FROM THE GROUND UP

A session at UAS Training and Simulation

  • Squadron Leader Keven Gambold (R’td)

Monday 27th February, 2012

9:30am to 12:00pm (GMT)

As more nations and companies enter into UAS design and fielding, the somewhat ‘ancillary’ aspects of training and standardisation are often left undeveloped (the Watchkeeper is a classic and current example). We will explore taking a ‘blank sheet’ TUAS program (although applicable up and down the capability scale) and design a workable training syllabi for ALL operators and support personnel.

The audience will get a clearer understanding of:

Common Operator and Maintainer Ground School requirements
Role-specific ground schools
Practical and simulator needs and options
‘Additonal’ courses: Weaponeering, launch / recovery, civilian equivalence etc.
IOC and FOC considerations
Pilot / Sensor Operator / Image Analyst / Intel Support / Mission Commander / Maintenance / Scheduler / Weather Support / Admin Support

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Squadron Leader Keven Gambold (R’td)

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Time 9:30am12:00pm GMT

Date Mon 27th February 2012

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