T-6C Military TrainerTraining Systems

T-6C Training Systems

A Total, Customizable Training System

Beechcraft offers the largest and most successful flying training system in the world. Each training system is purposely designed for your specific mission. Our T-6 simulators are ideal for training cockpit and emergency procedures – all in a safe, controlled, efficient, and cost-effective environment. Our training system for the T-6 aircraft delivers:

  • Proven, customizable pilot training courseware
  • Media-integrated training lectures
  • Computer-based training and training management systems

For Aircrew Training, the T-6C Ground-Based Training System (GBTS) Includes:

Operational Flight Trainer (OFT)

Operational Flight Trainer (OFT)

Exactly replicates cockpit layout and aircraft performance with domed 270° x 70° wide-field-of-view system and a single axis dynamic seat that provides tactile simulation of inflight movements and sensations.

Instrument Flight Training Device

Instrument Flight Training Device

Same cockpit layout, dynamic seat and performance as the OFT with direct-view 45° x 33° field-of-view forward visual display.

Unit Training Device

Unit Training Device

Same cockpit layout and performance as the OFT for cockpit procedures training, including normal ground and flight training procedures, basic instruments, emergency procedures training but without the dynamic seat.

Desktop Avionics Trainer

Desktop Avionics Trainer

Large touch-screen computer, with the T-6B/C avionics hosted on it—displays the three MFDs and Up Front Control Panel, allowing the student to touch the same buttons and receive the same result as in the aircraft.

Egress Procedures Trainer

Egress Procedures Trainer

Replica forward cockpit, ejection seat, and canopy. Includes pilot restraint, oxygen and G-suit hook-ups for practice of entry, egress, and emergency egress procedures.

Ejection Seat Trainer

Ejection Seat Trainer

Realistic replica of Martin-Baker MKUS16LA ejection seat–instructs pilots in correct hook-up and removal of restraint and life-support systems without use of more expensive assets. Easily moved to classroom or simulator facility.

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