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ETC's Aircrew Training Systems Completes Factory Acceptance Tests for Highly Advanced Suite of Training Equipment for the Republic of Korea Air Force Aeromedical Center
Date:11/29/2011

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Environmental Tectonics Corporation (ETC) (http://www.etcusa.com/) announces the successful completion of the Factory Acceptance Tests of the suite of the advanced aeromedical training devices purchased by the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) of the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF).  The suite of training devices were designed and manufactured for the Korean Air Force by the Aircrew Training Systems (ATS) business unit of ETC.  The training devices provide the opportunity for air force personnel to train for high G, hypoxia, spatial disorientation, night vision, ejection seat preparedness and recompression.

This turnkey aeromedical center, which marks ETC's largest contract in the East Pacific region of the world, includes the six (6) high performance trainers further described below: 

The ATFS-400 Phoenix, like ETC's prior trainers, integrates high fidelity virtual tactical simulation and creates a fully flyable human training and research centrifuge.  The 25-foot spinning arm is capable of generating up to 15 G's, and the device comes with two interchangeable cockpit modules supporting F-15K and KF-16 aircraft.  All cockpits feature HLA connectivity and can be inserted as full mission simulators inside the ATFS-400 or used as standalone trainers outside the ATFS-400.

The GYROLAB Model GL-4000 is a Spatial Disorientation, Motion Desensitization and Upset Recovery Trainer for both fixed and rotary wing aircrew.  The continuous pitch, roll and yaw axis provide sustained G (up to 3 G's) and motion cueing for motion desensitization training. 

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