NATO

Does your country lack the resources or impose limitations or restrictions on the range or aircraft employing live ordnance?

At Blue Air Training we have a variety of weaponized aircraft that are designed to meet your training requirements by employing BDU-33s, 7.62mm strafe, and 2.75in rockets.  We have employed live ordnance on a variety of different bombing ranges across the United States and because of this already have established relationships with the range staff.  Like all military aircraft, all of our weapon systems are in the dropdown menu of the WDZ program to ensure a maximum degree of safety.

Is your country already paying to send you on CAS trips to the US to work with US military assets with no guarantee that you will meet or exceed all your currency requirements?

With Blue Air Training being a civilian run organization, we can be more agile and dynamic than a military organization.  We are not handcuffed by a rigid daily or weekly flight schedule.  Our priority is your training and we have dedicated aircraft and aircrew assigned to support you.  What that means to you is if weather is marginal, we will delay until you decide to cancel.  If that happens, then we can look to add additional sorties later in the week.  We regularly schedule a spare aircraft to ensure aircraft issues don’t affect training.  Our mission completion rate is typically more than 98 percent.

When you train with military assets the pilots and JTACs typically have competing desired learning objectives or training requirements.

 

At Blue Air Training, our customer service first attitude is what sets us apart from most military organizations and our competitors.  All aircrew understand they are training aides and their focus is on ensuring you meet all your training objectives.  Our aircraft are capable of on station times of more than 3 hours, so it is not a problem if the JTAC-I needs to pause the scenario to give some instruction.  As part of the white cell, we can take your intent and help drive the training scenarios that meet all your training goals.

When you go to NATO Hill at Gila Bend it is impossible to face to face brief or debrief with the supporting aircrew.

Our aircrew come from a variety of backgrounds from all services that employ CAS aircraft.  This depth of knowledge is not paralleled anywhere.  Since your training is our priority, our aircrew make themselves available for both face to face briefs and debriefs.  We want to set you up for success with the pre mission brief and then allow you to leverage our experience and knowledge in the debrief.