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Fast jet fighter capability is the ultimate projection of military power for air forces across the globe. Recent geo-political instability and tension in Eastern Europe has inspired the necessity of modernisation among the air forces of Central and Eastern European powers in order to reach NATO standards and contribute to the air policing activities in the region. Over the past two years, the Czech Air Force has begun talks with regional partners in the pursuit of a regional training centre for fast jet pilots where partners can pool their resources, knowledge and expertise to create a joint capability far greater than would otherwise be achievable independently. 

SMi Group are proud to announce that Fast Jet Pilot Training Central and Eastern Europe will be held again in Prague on the 5th and 6th June 2017 as a forum to exhibit and discuss recent developments in fast jet training technology as well as the activities and capabilities of participating powers. The aim of the conference is to encourage improved cooperation and interoperability among the air forces of regional allies in the pursuit of enhancing air force power in the region.

 

 

• The only conference focusing on the fast jet pilot training practices of Central and Eastern European nations with the additional expertise of other international Air Force’s
• Engaging in a regionally focused event with a carefully assembled and relevant agenda that has been built upon the success of our 2016 event
• Exploration of the key recent developments in fast jet pilot training with the most relevance to Central and Eastern European Air Force’s such as synthetic training options, outsourcing pilot training and operating advanced jet training aircraft
• Keynote speeches from leading regional and international Air Force commanders offering insight into current and future training practices
• Highly specialised networking opportunities to meet relevant military and industrial figures
 

Air Force Commanders, Chiefs of Training and Senior Officers looking to advance their fast jet capabilities. Fast Jet Pilot Training Central and Eastern Europe is the foremost event for Central and Eastern European fast jet training where operational commanders can meet with their regional and international counterparts to discuss capabilities and requirements.
Fast Jet provides a unique opportunity for industry leaders to exhibit their products and services to relevant leaders and programme managers in a market of significant potential growth, thereby placing themselves at the forefront of decision making thought.
 

Past attendees include:

Aero Vodochody A S; ATAC; Austrian Air Force; Brazilian Air Force; British Embassy Prague; CAE; Czech Air Force; Czech Armed Forces; Czech MoD; Draken International; DRS Technologies; European Defence Agency; Fimeccanica; FMV; Frontiers; German Air Force; Hellenic Air Force; KF Aerospace; Lithuanian Air Force; Lockheen Martin Canada; MoD Czech Republic; MoND Poland; NATO; Ocean Software Pty Ltd; Omnipol A S; Omnipol Ltd; Pilatus Aircraft Ltd; Polish Air Force; Portuguese Air Force; PRAMACOM-HT; Reiser Simulation and Training GmbH; Romanian Air Force; Royal Danish Air Force; Swedish Air Force; Swedish Armed Forces; Tactical Communications Group L L C (T C G); UK MOD; University of Defence, Czech Republic; VR Group, a.s.; ZLIN AIRCRAFT a.s.;

Conference programme

8:00 Registration & Coffee

8:30 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

Colonel Jaroslav Mika, Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force

8:40 The Ongoing Modernisation Efforts of the Czech Air Force and Future Development

Major General Jaromír Šebesta

Major General Jaromír Šebesta, Commander, Czech Air Force

• Current activity and fast jet capacity of the Czech Air Force
• Feedback from ongoing joint operations with regional and international partners
• Future upgrade plans and how these will be achieved through cooperation
• Importance of clear planning for effective pilot training in the modern Czech Air Force
 

9:00 The Hungarian Acquisition of Cutting Edge Fast Jets in order to take a Leading Role in Regional Air Policing

• Lease-purchasing of JAS-39M Gripen’s from the Swedish Defence and Security Export Agency (FXM) and recent contract extensions
• Implementation and maintenance of cutting edge pilot training in line with and advanced fighter fleet and operating the JAS39D twin-seater as a jet trainer
• The Hungarian role in leading Baltic Air Policing rotation under NATO Command
 

Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik

Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik, Commander HDF 59th SZD Airbase, Hungarian Air Force

Lieutenant Colonel Zoltan Litauszki

Lieutenant Colonel Zoltan Litauszki, Head of Flight Training, Hungarian Air Force

9:40 Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor

10:20 Morning Coffee

10:50 Air Policing, a CAOC perspective…

Major General Thierry Dupont

Major General Thierry Dupont, Commander, Combined Air Operations Centre Uedem , NATO

• Orientation in the NATO Air C2 structure
• CAOC’s mission
• Peace time Air Policing
• Resource Requirements
• Outlook: expectation towards future Air commitments

11:30 Session Reserved For Event Sponsor

12:10 Networking Lunch

13:10 The Canadian Experience of Providing Fast Jet Training for International Allies

• Flight training operations at 15 Wing CFB Moose Jaw, principle site of NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC)
• Progression of pilot training at 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron
• Operating jet training through cooperation between military and industry for more effective pilot training
 

Colonel Denis O'Reily

Colonel Denis O'Reily, Commander 15 Wing, Canadian Air Force

Lieutenant Colonel Mike  Grover

Lieutenant Colonel Mike Grover, Commander 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron , Canadian Air Force

13:50 Ensuring Royal Air Force Pilots are prepared for Active Duty through Advanced Training Systems

Squadron Leader Tim Davies

Squadron Leader Tim Davies, Officer Commanding OC Standards and Instructor Training Hawk T2, RAF Valley

• The RAF approach to fast jet pilot training
• Developing pilot training gradually through various stages of aircraft use
• RAF experience of adapting pilot training in preparation of 5th generation jet fighters
• The reality of utilising synthetic training methods in the pursuit of improving training efficiency

14:30 Session Reserved For Sponsor

15:10 Afternoon Tea

15:40 Integrating Multi-National Pilots during Early Flight Education to Encourage Future Cooperation and Improve Air Force Interoperability

Colonel Jiri Kacer

Colonel Jiri Kacer, Head of Department of Air Force and Aircraft Technology, University of Defence, Czech Republic

• The evolution of Czech fast jet pilot education
• The Czech experience of the Military Erasmus scheme
• Importance of pilot integration among allies and considerations for enhancing future cooperation through education and training practices

16:20 From Concept to Implementation: Developing Synthetic Solutions to meet the Netherlands Armed Forces Training Needs

Mr. Erikjan Bor

Mr. Erikjan Bor, Project Manager, Simulation, Defence Material Organisation, Defence Material Organisation, Netherlands

• An overview of the activity of the DMO in simulated training solutions
• Determining the training needs of the Royal Netherlands Air Force and exploring how synthetic training solutions can optimise pilot training
• Developing and managing adjustable simulated training programmes based on developing Air Force requirements
• The potential of simulated training and how it can continue to maximise pilot training

17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

Colonel Jaroslav Mika, Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force

9:10 Creating the Next Generation Czech Air Force

Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

Colonel Jaroslav Mika, Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force

• Current modernisation plans and roadmaps
• The importance of regional and international cooperation
• Expanding the fleet: plans for new fast jet trainers and extended use of the GRIPEN platform
• Selection and training priorities for the modern Czech Air Force

9:50 Pooling and Sharing Initiatives and the Potential for Fast Jet Pilot Training

Air Commodre Peter Round

Air Commodre Peter Round, Director of Capabilities, Armament and Technology Director at European Defence Agency, European Defence Agency

• EDA history of supporting joint pilot training initiatives
• Lessons to be learned from the success of joint helicopter pilot training
• The potential benefits of pooling capabilities and resources for improving and expanding fast jet pilot training in Europe
• Thoughts on reviving joint fast jet pilot training and recent developments
 

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Recent Developments Leading the Italian Air Force to Forefront of Fast Jet Training

• Development and operation of the Italian Alenia Aermacchi M-346 “Master” jet trainer
• Reducing overall cost of fast jet training through the use of advanced trainers that can more closely mimic the characteristics of fighter aircraft, thereby reducing time spent training in fighter aircraft and the associated costs
• Why the Lecce Galatina airbase is considered a prime candidate for the European Air Training Centre and how its systems and personnel have made it so
• The Italian view of NATO’s “pooling and sharing” concept
 

Colonel Luigi Casali

Colonel Luigi Casali, Commander 61st Stormo, Italian Air Force

11:40 Session Reserved For Event Sponsor

12:20 Optimising the Development and Deployment of German Air Force Fighter Pilots

Colonel Thomas Tillich

Colonel Thomas Tillich, Deputy Director of Flying Operations Branch , German Air Force

• Examining current pilot training demands across the fleet and use of international training bases
• How the German Air Force operates a successful overseas training base to maximise the efficiency of pilot training
• Advanced jet programs and development: from 2nd to 5th generation trainers and fighters
• Participation in coalition operations and deployments: Maximising integration of varied mission sets into training

13:00 Networking Lunch

14:00 Improving Capability whilst Reducing Costs: The Importance of Regional Cooperation for Central and Eastern European Air Forces

Major General (Ret'd) Bohuslav  Dvorak

Major General (Ret'd) Bohuslav Dvorak, Former Deputy Chief of General Staff , Czech Armed Forces

• Creating a stronger and more capable CEE policy on Air Force Pilot Training
• Examples of shared requirements and solutions available
• More efficient collaboration and joint procurement opportunities to harness the best available at a share cost

14:40 Maintaining a Combat Ready and Deployable Fast Jet Capability of the Czech Air Force

Colonel Petr Tomanek

Colonel Petr Tomanek, Commander of the 21st Tactical Air Base, Czech Air Force

• Roles and responsibilities of the 21st Tactical Air Base in CÁSLAV
• Keeping the fast jet fleet ready and deployable
• Training initiatives and current results
• Cooperation with NATO forces and joint exercises
 

15:20 Afternoon Tea

15:50 Current Trends and Capabilities in Simulated Flight Training Technology and What of the Future of Flight Simulation?

Mr. Andy Fawkes

Mr. Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd

  • Current synthetic options for fast jet pilot training and how these can improve the efficiency of pilot training
  • How to effectively manage these systems to ensure maximum pilot combat readiness while safeguarding investment
  • The potential of synthetic training technology and it can be integrated into pilot training for optimum output
  • 16:30 Panel Discussion: Improving Cooperation among Regional Allies to Enhance Fast Jet Capabilities and Secure Sovereign Air Space

    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Colonel Petr Tomanek, Commander of the 21st Tactical Air Base, Czech Air Force

    Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik

    Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik, Commander HDF 59th SZD Airbase, Hungarian Air Force

    Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

    Colonel Jaroslav Mika, Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force

    Air Commodre Peter Round

    Air Commodre Peter Round, Director of Capabilities, Armament and Technology Director at European Defence Agency, European Defence Agency

    Major General Thierry Dupont

    Major General Thierry Dupont, Commander, Combined Air Operations Centre Uedem , NATO

    Colonel Thomas Tillich

    Colonel Thomas Tillich, Deputy Director of Flying Operations Branch , German Air Force

    17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

    Colonel Jaroslav Mika, Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force

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    Colonel Denis O'Reily

    Colonel Denis O'Reily

    Commander 15 Wing, Canadian Air Force
    Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

    Colonel Jaroslav Mika

    Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force
    Major General Jaromír Šebesta

    Major General Jaromír Šebesta

    Commander, Czech Air Force
    Major General Thierry Dupont

    Major General Thierry Dupont

    Commander, Combined Air Operations Centre Uedem , NATO
    Squadron Leader Tim Davies

    Squadron Leader Tim Davies

    Officer Commanding OC Standards and Instructor Training Hawk T2, RAF Valley

    Air Commodre Peter Round

    Director of Capabilities, Armament and Technology Director at European Defence Agency, European Defence Agency
    Air Commodre Peter Round

    Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik

    Commander HDF 59th SZD Airbase, Hungarian Air Force
    Brigadier General Csaba Ugrik

    Colonel Denis O'Reily

    Commander 15 Wing, Canadian Air Force
    Colonel Denis O'Reily

    Colonel Jaroslav Mika

    Chief A7 Branch and Chief of Combat Training, Czech Air Force
    Colonel Jaroslav  Mika

    Colonel Jiri Kacer

    Head of Department of Air Force and Aircraft Technology, University of Defence, Czech Republic
    Colonel Jiri Kacer

    Colonel Luigi Casali

    Commander 61st Stormo, Italian Air Force
    Colonel Luigi Casali

    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Commander of the 21st Tactical Air Base, Czech Air Force
    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Colonel Thomas Tillich

    Deputy Director of Flying Operations Branch , German Air Force
    Colonel Thomas Tillich

    Lieutenant Colonel Mike Grover

    Commander 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron , Canadian Air Force
    Lieutenant Colonel Mike  Grover

    Lieutenant Colonel Zoltan Litauszki

    Head of Flight Training, Hungarian Air Force
    Lieutenant Colonel Zoltan Litauszki

    Major General (Ret'd) Bohuslav Dvorak

    Former Deputy Chief of General Staff , Czech Armed Forces
    Major General (Ret'd) Bohuslav  Dvorak

    Major General Jaromír Šebesta

    Commander, Czech Air Force
    Major General Jaromír Šebesta

    Major General Thierry Dupont

    Commander, Combined Air Operations Centre Uedem , NATO
    Major General Thierry Dupont

    Mr. Andy Fawkes

    Director, Thinke Company Ltd
    Mr. Andy Fawkes

    Mr. Erikjan Bor

    Project Manager, Simulation, Defence Material Organisation, Defence Material Organisation, Netherlands
    Mr. Erikjan Bor

    Squadron Leader Tim Davies

    Officer Commanding OC Standards and Instructor Training Hawk T2, RAF Valley
    Squadron Leader Tim Davies

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