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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2012 12:34 pm    Post subject: The Turkish National Police (TNP) to Use BITES CBT Reply with quote

The Turkish National Police (TNP) to Use BITES Defence & Aerospace Multilingual Computer Based Training Systems

The Turkish National Police (TNP) is negotiating computer based training systems and courses for the Turkish National Police Aviation department. The negotiation covers training solutions such as helicopter simulators and training aids.

Ankara-based BITES Defence & Aerospace company is expected to provide helicopter basic and advanced computer based training systems and courses to the TNP Aviation department.

“We have a long history with Turkish Armed Forces TuAF aviation schools and Turkish National Police Aviation training facilities, we can and will provide the TNP with the best training platforms to meet their requirements,” said BITES Defence & Aerospace company officials. “ Through these next generation computer based training systems and courses, the trainee pilots, trainer pilots, test pilots and technicians will have access to the very latest in advanced simulation for training. Moreover, part-task trainer systems, virtual maintenance trainer systems, mission planning and debriefing systems and fleet management system considered to be in these negotiations.”






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