Another successful training course for Slovak Aviation Specialists completed

From 11 to 22 March 2019 a Radio Navigation Aids Maintenance Course for type RL4-AM, RL5, and AN/UPX37 was held under the patronage of the MATC at the Velitelství Výcviku – Vojenská Akademie in Vyškov for the Slovak members of the Army.
As part of the course, participants attended a practical demonstration at 22nd HAB Náměšť nad Oslavou. The course was finished on March 22, 2019, by handing over Certificates at the MATC premises.

Written by JB

The 1st MATC Training Conference in 2019

In the week from 25th February to 1st March 2019 was held in Szolnok (HUN) the 1st MATC Training Conference this year.
The main aim of the Conference was to evaluate training experience from the previous year and to exchange information about upcoming training events. Additionally, the Workshop for planned CAO SIM TACT Training (Counter Air Operations Simulated Training) was simultaneously held with this conference. This Training for NATINAMDS/QRA pilots and GCIs is coordinated and managed by MATC in TSC (Tactical Simulation Centre) Pardubice, CZE, in term 25-29 March 2019, focused on regional interoperability. 

The second goal of this Conference was familiarization with the brand new THALES Rotary Wing Tactical Simulator and its capability, and additionally with the JTAC Tactical Simulator. The MATC TRG Conference participants took part in practical demonstrations of the simulators, and also they have the opportunity to visit the Mi-24 sqn equipped with the overhauled Mi-24P helicopters. Moreover, the HUN site provided the participants with interesting information about the HDF 86th AFB capacities and capabilities, and about planned transformation of HUN Rotary Wing Aviation.

 Written by JD

The course for members of the Slovakian Aeronautical Radio Navigation Service was successfully accomplished

The graduation ceremony for the specialists from Slovakian aeronautical radio navigation service was held at the Multinational Aviation Training Centre (MATC) premises on Friday, March 8, 2019. The MATC director together with representatives from the Military Academy awarded 13 successful course graduates with certificates and congratulated them on the results achieved. The Course was specially tailored for SVK Aviation Specialists and has been provided in the Czech language. The Course consisted of only the Academic part. The current courses were extended for specialists of the power supply systems for radio navigation equipment. Based on the continuing requirements for realizing the next courses both states agreed to continue with courses focused on ILS (Instrument Landing System), DME (Distance Measuring Equipment), RL-4 (Radiolocator) and the power supply systems for radio navigation equipment. The main objective is retaining successful cooperation between the Czech Air Force and the Slovakian Air Force.

Written by PJ