21 April 2014
Camber Corp. said it completed the US Air Force T-1A Combat Systems officer aircraft modification program with delivery to the US Air Force of the final modified aircraft on January 15, 2014 on schedule and within cost.
Camber´s simulated sensor suite installation in the T-1A CSO aircraft upgraded a variety of aircraft systems including an ADS-B antenna, GPS, intercommunication system, and multiple display systems.
The 451st Flying Training Squadron (FTS), Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, houses all 21 modified aircraft for the advance phase of USAF undergraduate CSO training. CSO training sorties have been flying since June 2013 and are now operating at full capacity, teaching skills that were formerly taught exclusively in the ground-based training system in an operational airborne environment.
Camber is a premier professional services organization that provides solutions in systems engineering, intelligence, cyber security, information technology, unmanned systems, modeling and simulation, training and threat mitigation. Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Huntsville, AL, Camber employs 2,500 professionals in over 100 locations in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia delivering ISO 20000 certified, high-value solutions to customers worldwide. More information can be found at www.camber.com.
Camber completes USAF T-1A Combat Systems officer modification program
21 April 2014